11 Meetup Groups match “Avid Readers” near Bartlett, IL
This group is for anyone who loves good company and good books. I am an voracious reader and would love to meet, socialize and having interesting conversations about books.
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Do you live in the western suburbs? Are you looking to meet some new people around your age and discuss some interesting books? If so, this group is for you! We're hoping to meet other readers in their 20's, 30's and 40's for some lively discussion at local coffee houses or bars. The books we read are predominantly fiction from the last 15 years. Our meetings are usually held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7pm, and locations may vary. We hope you can join us!
Want to start reading something that will give you ideas to improve yourself spiritually, mentally, physically, for your career, for pleasure, or just to gain a new idea on improving yourself? Then this discussion is for you! We're friendly people that read one book a month on a topic of personal improvement. It can be on business skills or life fulfillment. Each meetup has the book we'll read for that discussion. Please read the book and come ready to discuss. We want to hear everyone's thought …
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This is Book Club for those who have a passion for reading. We will select books that are simply so good you have to talk about it ! If you have a book you have read and you want to swap with someone that would be great too. If you have not yet read the book but have heard about it. We will read our fav parts and hopefully motivate you. Men and women ages 18 and up are welcome.
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This is a monthly book club that will meet on the last Monday (evening) of the month & discuss the books that were read. The meet up place can change from coffee shops to personal homes, where ever the wind takes us on the north side. A new book will be decided after every meet up based on participant votes. The book club is supposed to be relaxed and social & to bring people together who love to read & want to meet new people in the north side neighborhoods.
We are a group of black women who love to read, want to read more and meet like minded women. We are here to inspire women to read, share literature, fellowship, and encourage others in the joy of reading. We meet in New Lenox at Paradise & Smoothie Coffee Shop on Lincoln Highway/Route 30. We are an eclectic group of women and so are our reading selections. Find out more at our web site www.mochagirlsread.com
Are you an avid reader who'd like to get together with other lively, intelligent and inspiring women regularly to discuss books over some fine wine? Well this may be the group for you! The aim of this group is to expand our thoughts and perceptions through great discussions about books. We all bring our own experiences, culture, and filters into the perception and understanding of literature, and hopefully these discussions will all enrich us. We'll choose serious fictional and non-fictional boo …
Read the Book? Now, let's book the author to attend our next meeting. Each month, we vote on the author we will read and schedule. Authors attend meetings by Skype, phone, or in-person (when possible). We select our books from Book Club Reading List - a directory of authors who have made themselves available to attend book club meetings. Website: https://bookclubreading.com/?ap_id=chicago
Chicago Black Literature Book Club seeks to bring together both women and men who enjoy thought-provoking black literature -- both modern and contemporary -- to partake in discussion, debate and dining!
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We meet once a month to discuss writings by the great authors of Western civilization: philosophy (Plato, Descartes, Kant); biography and history (Plutarch, Gibbon); plays (Sophocles, Shakespeare, Chekhov); epic poetry (Homer, Dante); novels and stories (Tolstoy, Chekhov, Hemingway); even some math and science (Newton, Hawking). We tend to stick to the "Great Books" lists drawn up by folks like Mortimer Adler and Clifton Fadiman but sometimes branch out a little. Have been meeting for 20 years a …
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