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Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! The Eagle Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of every month at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! The Eagle Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of every month at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! The Eagle Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of every month at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! The Eagle Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of every month at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

New York Times

Get free online access to the New York Times!  Enjoy access to the daily paper, blogs, videos, podcasts, and the NYT Time Machine featuring historical content dating back to 1851. You will need to create a New York Times user account (unless you already have one) using either link below. 

For unlimited access from within library buildings just click the At Library Link button and enter your NYT account user name and password. 

The Last Mrs. Parrish posted by Robyn

This cautionary tale told by two women is the perfect example of “Be careful what you wish for!” Amber Patterson is trying to escape a dark past and assumes a new identity.  She does her research and befriends Daphne, wife to handsome and extremely wealthy Jackson Parrish.  Amber becomes Daphne’s “best friend” when she invents a story that she lost a beloved sister to the same disease which Daphne’s sister died from years ago.