Join the Dayton's Bluff Book Club to read and discuss books written by Minnesota authors. Book discussions usually include issues related to social justice, equity, and anti-racism.
This neighborhood club meets the first Wednesday of the month on Zoom to share thoughts about selected books.
Books are provided at no charge.
Call Jennifer DeJonghe at 651-793-1626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About the Book Club
The Dayton’s Bluff Book Club is a collaboration of the Metropolitan State University Library and the Dayton’s Bluff branch of Saint Paul Public Library whose members live, work or attend classes on the East Side. We prioritize our selection of titles to those written by Minnesota authors, that have a local setting, or that are written by people of color and other diverse authors. Book discussions usually include issues related to social justice, equity, and anti-racism. We encourage book club members to use both the university and public libraries in pursuit of lifelong learning and the joy of reading. Discussions are frequently facilitated by authors, Metropolitan State faculty, or other guests from the community.