Book Club Saturday July 21st

This is a reminder that the Riverton Area Book Club will be meeting this Saturday, July 21, at 10 am for a discussion of Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls.  Hope everyone can make it! Everyone is welcome--movie goers, book readers, and those just plain interested!Pamm

Book Club News - July 21

Read the Book, Watch the Movie!
On July 21 the Riverton Area Book Club will discuss The Glass Castle, by Jeannette Walls.  This 2005 memoir chronicles the unconventional and poverty stricken life of the Walls family. It is told through the eyes of Jeannette who describes her dysfunctional parents Rex and Rose Marie and how she and her siblings manage to survive a nomadic lifestyle in their childhood. The "glass castle" refers to the house that Mr. Walls dreams of building some day.

Adding Hours!

Starting on May 1, 2018 the Riverton Village Library will be adding extra hours. On Monday -Thursday we no longer be closed from 2-3pm and we will remain open until 7pm. Saturday hours will remain 10am-2pm. 

Our new hours will be Monday-Thursday 10am-7pm and Saturday 10-2. 

Come enjoy what the Library has to offer!

June Book Club - June 16th

On June 16 the Book Club will discuss The Lying Game by Ruth Ware, at the Riverton Village Library, 10-11 am.English-born Ruth Ware is known for her crime thrillers with themes of psychological suspense and this 2017 novel does not disappoint. She has admitted that her work is influenced by the writings of Agatha Christie.Books have been ordered through interlibrary loan. If you need to get a copy please contact your local library.See you in June!Pamm

Book Club - March 17, 2018

Hi, Readers,

This is a reminder that on Saturday we will be celebrating the French instead of the Irish. The Riverton Area Book Club meets this Saturday at 10 am at the Riverton Library to discuss Almost French, by Sarah Turnbull.

This is a first-person account of the adventures of Sarah, a writer from Australia, as she begins a relationship with Frederic, a Parisian. Her memoir records the stories of patience, tolerance, forgiveness, and humor needed to to navigate French customs and idiosyncrasies.

Some of the questions we may ask of the book are:

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