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Whitwick & District U3A

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Saturday, 21 May 2022

Saturday, 21 May 2022

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Whitwick & District U3A - Reading Group

This group is for those with a general interest in all books and reading. At each meeting we choose the book we will read during the following month and discuss the book we have just finished.

If you've looked at, or even read, some of our choices, why not come along and join us? You don't have to join in with the discussion if you don't want to. All you need is a love of reading a wide range of books and we would be delighted to see you.

You can choose to get email reminders about the group's meetings by using the reminders page in the Members' Area.


Hall Lane Methodist Church


2nd Monday of the month for approx 1 hour starting at 10.30 am.

To make the process of selecting a book for the group to read, we decided to limit our choices to the following categories for this year: Auto/biographies, Short listers or prize winners, Short stories


Mon May 9th We will be discussing Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich. Set on and around a North Dakota reservation, this novel tells the story of the Lamartines and the Kashpaws- two extraordinary families whose fates are united and sustained in a harsh world by the strength and diversity of their love.

If you've enjoyed this or any novels, do come and join us. There's never any compulsion to join in, your presence would be most welcome.


Lynda Hall at reading at whitwicku3a dot org dot uk or zero one five three zero four one five nine two two

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Some of the books read and enjoyed over recent months.

Various books spread out including  The Great Gatsby

More books including Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and Notes from a Small Island

Book covers on a display board  including Howards End

World War one books on table including All quiet on the Western Front
Books read recently, linked by the theme of WW1 and the centenary of the outbreak of that great conflict

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