The Library Book Club meets 7 P.M. on the fourth Monday of each month (except December). We have a round table discussion sharing views and insights for the first 30 minutes or so. Afterwards, members suggest and discuss a title for the next month. A show of hands or bribery seals the deal. Any genre is possible as long as there’s sufficient copies available for checkout and the title hasn’t been read by most. The helpful library staff orders copies and you’re notified when yours is ready for pickup. So, no purchases necessary!

Why join? You’ll meet fun people; read something you might not think of trying; do a book a month; be exposed to another’s perspective; and, almost always, engage in some friendly banter and chit-chat. We guarantee book discussions have never resulted in an ER visit. There’s nothing intimidating nor stuffy about the meeting. Everyone's welcome. So come try us out and see for yourself!

Take a look at past titles to see what we've been reading.

Still on the fence or have a question. Check out the Book Club FAQ!



O'Fallon Public Library - Upstairs Conference Room


November:  Amity & Prosperity; one family and the fracturing of America by Eliza Griswold
December & January: Random Family: love, drugs, trouble and the coming of age in the Bronx by Adrian N LeBlanc
February: Jefferson's Daughters by Catherine Kerrison



We meet on the 4th Monday of every month at 7 pm (unless otherwise noted). Please note that there is no meeting for the month of December. Check back later to see more upcoming titles!



This is a free event and open to the general public. Registration is not required, but if you'd like an event reminder you can signup below.

Contact Jessi at [email protected] with any questions.

There are currently 6 spots available

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