Young Adult Social Issues Book Club Kick-Off
The library is proud to announce our limited edition Social Issues Book Club for Young Adults. In this 6 month series, participants will read one book each month that highlights a particular social issue we are currently dealing with and discuss it at a meeting. While this program is designed for young and emerging adults, 15 to 25 years of age, teens and adults of all ages are welcome. At this first meeting, we will gather feedback from participants about topics of interest and best times to meet. The goal of this series is to help teens and young adults understand major social issues that affect their lives and communities and to help teach them how to hold a civil discussion about these topics.
Not able to attend the meeting? Surveys for feedback on the possible topics will be available on the library’s social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), our website, or in print at the library. Let us know what topics you want to discuss! The surveys will be available from May 15-31. This program will be held via Zoom and participants need to register at bit.ly/YASOCIALISSUES in order to receive a link to the session. This program series was made possible by the Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries Grant from the American Library Association.