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Richmond Reads Book Discussion at GO Art!
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Join us at GO Art! at 201 E Main St, Batavia for a discussion of our Richmond Reads title, Southernmost by Silas House!
This event is open to all, and the only requirement to attend is that you've read the book.
There will be a cash bar available.
Richmond Reads is a community one-book program designed specifically for the Richmond Memorial Library community. The goal of the program is for the community to join together in reading the chosen title, and then to participate in subsequent discussions and programs.
Books are available to check out at the library in hardcover, paperback, audio and large print.
The audiobook and eBook can also be accessed via our OverDrive and Hoopla apps!
Books can also be purchased at the library courtesy of Lift Bridge Books in Brockport. Paperback copies are $14 and hardcover copies are $24.
Richmond Reads is sponsored by The Friends of Richmond Memorial Library!
This project was made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by GO ART!