The Great Books Discussion Group at Beavercreek Community Library was started 30+ years ago and is still going strong.
Be a part of an informal book discussion just for millennials, because we read too!
The group meets on the second Tuesday of the month at Beavercreek Community Library. The discussion is informal and any adult is welcome to join us.
The Cedarville BDG (for Book Discussion Group) has been meeting since early in 2007. We read and discuss a variety of literature, both fiction and nonfiction, and new members are always welcome.
A mystery book discussion group for adults. Members are invited to bring a book-related food item to share.
The Downtown Xenia Now Book Club provides a discussion forum focusing on the planning and redevelopment of the city of Xenia.
Meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the downstairs meeting room of Fairborn Community Library.
Bookin’ and Cookin’ is a unique fiction discussion group. Not only are books selected by the members for the discussion, but members also bring a food to share that they feel is somehow related to the book.
The Greene County Public Library Online Book Club is a book discussion group that meets exclusively online. Join us for a new book each month.
The Jamestown Book Club is a casual group that meets to discuss various types of literature. New members and new ideas are always welcome.
A fun library book discussion group that meets at a local vineyard.
The Winters-Bellbrook Library’s book club, Winters BDG (for Book Discussion Group), has been together since 2001. The meetings are casual and new members are welcome. The group reads a variety of good literature.
The Xenia book discussion group meets once a month on Friday (usually the second Friday of the month) at 10:15 a.m. The discussion is informal, and new members are always welcome.
The Yellow Springs Mystery Book Discussion Group meets the second Thursday of each month at 12:30 p.m. in the Virginia Hamilton Meeting Room at Yellow Springs Community Library.
Yellow Springs Books on Tap meets to discuss books of interest to 21- to 30-year-olds on the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.