Lafayette READS! is a quarterly reading and discussion group, under the umbrella of Lafayette Public Library. We select books that are not only great reads, but that are relevant to today’s issues. Informal discussions are open to all, and focus on the book itself, as well as on ways in which the story sheds light on the contemporary world. Lafayette READS! covers both fiction and nonfiction, new books and rediscovered classics.
Independent book clubs meet at the library and new members are always welcome.
Last Word Book Club meets the first Wednesday of each month at 11:30 am. Call Kathy for details (303-665-5061).
Newcomer's Book Club meets the first Wednesday of each month at 10:00 am. Call Judy for details (303-325-7862).
Lafayette Book Club meets Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm. Call 517-927-8748 for information.
Start a New Group
Meet at the Library!
Book groups are independently run; the Library cannot provide staff assistance for book groups.
Groups open to the public may use the Library conference room (capacity: 15) free of charge.
Groups closed to the public may use the room for $20/hr
Book Group to Go Kits. Each kit contain 10 copies of a title, discussion questions, author information, and more great ideas for your group. Groups do not have to meet at the Library to check out the kits. Check-out time for the kits is typically 6 weeks (verify with staff when you check out!).