Women's Book Club
The women of Pilgrim Church meet monthly, usually the third Friday of the month, at 7:30 pm. We take turns hosting and facilitating the book discussion. All women are welcome for food, fun and community! We read a wide variety of books from novels to nonfiction. Reading the book is not required but highly suggested (you don’t need to have finished the book!). The books are available at the Oak Park Main Library on Lake Street approximately 3 weeks before the meeting. For more information Contact Debbie Kent 708-763-0695.
July 21st at Karen Migneault's home. We will read "The book that changed America: How Darwin’s Theory of Evolution ignited a Nation" by Randall Fuller, facilitated by Jane Ann Moore.
August 18 at TBA . We will read "Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage” Alfred Lancing, facilitated by Wendy Ritchey.
September 22 at Sylvia Stein’s home. We will read "The Badass Librarians of Timbuktu" by Joshua Hammer, facilitated by Debbie Kent.
October TBA at Tamara Witzl's home. We will read "The Hillbilly Elegy" by JD Vance, facilitated by Emily Phillips.
November 17 at Gloria Cox's home. We will read "Underground Railroad" by Colson Whitehead. Facilitated by Evelyn Finegan.
December 15th hosted and facilitated by Carol Bustamante and skyping with the Author. We will read "Appalachian Daughter" by Mary Saylers.