History buffs, would you like to share your favorite books with like-minded readers?
The library’s History Roundtable is a go-to place for connecting with others and exploring diverse perspectives whether your interest is in local, national, or international history. Present whatever history book you are currently reading (even if you’re in the middle of a book) and enjoy a spirited dialog. In a readers’ circle, conversation inevitably covers the books presented plus other topics, so everyone walks away with inspiration for further reading. We will limit group size to 10 to ensure that everyone can be heard in the time allotted.
The library can accommodate in-person attendance for up to 6 people in the Meeting Room, AND will also host this event via Zoom for those who prefer to attend remotely. Please note that the Meeting Room has its own separate air handler, and we have installed an Austin Air purifier in the room.
If you choose to attend via Zoom, their technicians recommend downloading the latest version of their (FREE) app prior to login to get the best audio and video experience. Please login to your free Zoom account and click JOIN A MEETING in the upper right corner of your screen. When prompted, enter the Meeting ID 883 9446 6289 and the Passcode 350745. Another option is to copy-paste this link into your browser:
Contact: Front desk staff 641-472-6551 ext. 2