Beans 'n' Booksprogram logo

Sit 'n' sip while our staff talk about their favourite books and authors. Each month we explore a different theme. Call 905.639.3611 ext 1321 to register.

Location: Centennial Hall, Central Library.

And watch for our classic book talk with a twist—Beer 'n' Books—served up, from time to time, at a local pub.

Titles Book Club

Meet with other book lovers and participate in lively, self-directed discussion for the 8-month season. The library picks and provides the books and the discussion guides—you provide the conversation! Sign up occurs annually in the fall unless there are vacancies during the year.

Read Freeprogram logo

Adults with special needs meet each week for an hour of stories, activities, and fellowship in this book discussion group. Participants sign up for a 12-week period; two weekly sessions run with a maximum of eight group members. Locations: Brant Hills and Aldershot

Every member is encouraged to read aloud to the group, take part in the discussion, and do a craft. Read Free respects the abilities and limitations of all members within a safe and supportive group environment. The program is free and open to adults with special needs who are able to participate without the help of a caregiver. Presented in partnership with Community Living Burlington.

Book Club Kits

We believe that sharing a great book doubles your reading pleasure! We have selected a variety of excellent literary selections that are certain to generate plenty of discussion. Each kit contains twelve books and a book club discussion guide. Use the library catalogue to reserve a kit for your book club today. List of library book club kits