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Book Group of the Community for Understanding and Hope
The CFUH Book Group meets at Kirkwood Public Library next Thursday, February 23, at 7pm.
Our book this month is Unbowed by Wangari Maathai. She was the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. She won in 2004 for her environmental efforts in Kenya, establishing the Green Belt Movement that promoted the planting of native trees while employing and empowering women.
Sue Stivers will lead our discussion. Please join us whether you have read the book or not. It should be a terrific conversation!
More About Kirkwood Public Library
Kirkwood Public Library offers residents access to an extensive collection of new books, adult fiction, teen fiction, adult and teen non-fiction, magazines, audio books, large-print books, music and movies. Patrons can enjoy learning about their favorite subjects while relaxing in one of the building's comfortable seating areas located on the ground floor. They can also conduct research online at one of the ground floor's 14 computer work stations. The lower level of the library boasts a spacious, colorful children's section with additional computer work stations, and the building's upper level offers secluded work stations. If residents can't find what they are looking for, friendly front-desk staff will work to locate materials through the municipal library consortium.
Other events here
- Book Discussion: No Crystal Stair Thu, May 30, 7:00 pm–8:30 pm