Book-To-Movie Club

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DFL Book Club

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The Dover Free Library Book Club is reading Northeaster: A Story of Courage and Survival in the Blizzard of 1952 by Cathie Pelletier.

The meeting is Wednesday, February 14 at 1:00 pm.


Please call to reserve your book.



Monday Movie

The Dover Free Library Presents the Monday Afternoon Movie Series! Every Monday, unless we are closed, we will be showing a movie at 3pm in the Community Room. It is free and open to the public. We just ask that you be respectful to the other movie-goers and do not eat or talk during the movie. We hope you come and enjoy one of our movies! Information about what movie will be playing is on the homepage of the website as well as on the Dover Free Library Facebook page. 


Silent Book Club

January 9 5 PM Sawmill Bar and Table 1

It's as simple as bringing a book, sitting down, and reading with friends.

Dover Free Library will provide some small snacks and the bar will be open for attendees to purchase drinks and other food if they wish.

Silent Book Club is a global community of readers and introverts, with more than 500 chapters in 50 countries around the world led by local volunteers. SBC members gather in person and online to read together in quiet camaraderie.

Often with traditional book clubs there's the scramble to finish the assigned book, and the pressure to have something smart to say. Wouldn't it be great to have a book club where you could just enjoy books, friends, and drinks—without any homework? At Silent Book Club, there's no assigned reading.

Silent Book Club is about community. Everyone is welcome, and anyone can join or launch a chapter. We encourage people all over the world to start their own Silent Book Clubs. All you need is a friend, a comfy public setting, and a book. We have active chapters around the world in cities of all sizes, and new chapters are being launched by volunteers every week.

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