We’ve put together a compilation of 9 top book clubs in Vermont in this post. Read on to learn about them.
Based in Vermont, Vermont Uniting Community Centre Book Clubs are a number of book clubs run through Vermont Uniting Community Centre. The community centre was established by Vermont Uniting Church in 2003 to create a place where locals could come together and connect with others in the area. Today they offer different programs and activities towards that end, including Vermont Uniting Community Centre Book Clubs.
Book club members can look forward to insightful discussions about shared monthly books at Vermont Uniting Community Centre Book Clubs. There are two offerings, the “Evening Book Group” which meets on the second Tuesday of the month and the “Daytime Book Group” which meets on the third Tuesday of each month.
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Created in 2022, Waterbury Women’s Book Club is a book club targeted at women who love to read and are located in the Waterbury, Vermont area. Group organizer Brittany welcomes any women who enjoy reading literary fiction and welcomes group member recommendations.
Book club meetings will be held in person every 6-8 weeks at a local venue or a group member’s home. Books that Waterbury Women’s Book Club is interested in looking at include “Dinners with Rush” by Nina Totenberg. Information about future book club meetings and reading material can be found on their Meetup.com website.
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Serving readers in Burlington, Vermont, Literary League is a book club welcoming adult readers in the area, no matter their gender or background. Book club members will find Literary League a supportive community of readers who will encourage them to finish one book a month along with other book club members and to join everyone for an insightful conversation about the reading material at Literary League’s book club meetings.
Literary League offers online and in-person meeting options and gathers for their book club meetings on the last Tuesday of each month. Some of their past shared books have included “Our Wives Under The Sea” by Julia Armfield. In addition to Literary League’s Vermont chapter, there are Literary League chapters in over 35 other cities around the world.
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Dorothy Alling Memorial Library has been a part of the Williston, Vermont community since its establishment in 1905. It continues to offer locals a place to read, meet others and participate in social activities such as being a part of Dorothy Alling Memorial Library Book Clubs.
Dorothy Alling Memorial Library Book Clubs are a number of book clubs managed through the library. “Brown Bag Book Club” is one of them, a book club that meets in person at the library on the fourth Tuesday of every month. “After Hours Book Club On Tap” meets on the second Wednesday every month and for those who prefer to meet online, “Book Club Buffet Online” is an online book club that meets on the third Tuesday of the month on Zoom.
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Situated in St. Albans, Vermont, VPA Book Club is a book club created by the Vermont Pharmacists Associations (VPA). The VPA aims to be a resource for local pharmacists in the form of providing updated field-specific information, as well as a community for any pharmacist looking for social support. VPA Book Club aims to be a place where pharmacists in Vermont can let go and relax with other peers as they enjoy a book and conversations and get away from the stress of their regular work.
VPA Book Club meets once a quarter on the second Monday evening of the month. The books that VPA Book Club reads together include material relevant to the profession, such as “Ten Drugs: How Plants, Powders, and Pills Have Shaped the History of Medicine” by Thomas Hager and “The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong Child, Her American Doctors and the Collision of Two Cultures” by Anne Fadiman.
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Bear Pond Books Book Clubs are a number of book clubs organized by Bear Pond Books, a bookstore located in Montpelier, Vermont. The bookstore has been a part of the community since 1973 when it was founded by Michael Katzenberg.
Bear Pond Books Book Clubs consists of two different book clubs. “The Not Just Fiction Book Club” meets on the second Wednesday of the month, and the “Sci Fi+ Book Club” meets on the third Monday of the month, focusing on books from science fiction, fantasy, and horror.
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Located in Vermont, Better Together Book Club is the creation of founder and book lover Genevieve Trono. As an extension of her book review business, she decided to create a website and blog, Gen The Bookworm, with a book club that welcomes locals who love reading and would like to connect with other local book lovers.
Better Together Book Club’s meetings happen on the second Wednesday of the month. Books that Better Together Book Club will focus on include titles like “To Have and To Hold” by Molly Millwood. Book club meetings take place in person at The Charlotte Library, in Vermont.
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St. Albans Free Library Book Clubs are a number of book clubs hosted by St. Albans Free Library, an establishment in St. Albans, Vermont. St. Albans Free Library first opened in 1855 and has continued to be an invaluable presence in the community.
The book clubs available for locals through St. Albans Free Library Book Clubs include “Tuesday Night Book Group,” a monthly book discussion of a shared book held on the second Tuesday of every month and “Mornings, Muffins, & Mysteries Book Group” a book club that focuses on mystery novels on the third Thursday of every month. Specific group information can be found on St. Albans Free Library Book Clubs’ online calendar.
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Burlington, Vermont is home to the Mayor’s Book Group, a book club established by the Mayor’s Office and the University of Vermont Humanities Center. Books that Mayor’s Book Group follows every month are available to book club members free of charge.
“Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic” by Sam Quinones and “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America” by Richard Rothstein are a few examples of Mayor’s Book Group’s past books. Mayor’s Book Group meets monthly, and more specific information about book club meetings, including future book titles and meeting times, is available from Mayor’s Book Group.
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