New book club debuts at Alberni’s VIRL

If you’re an avid readers who likes to peruse a good book and meet new people then the Port Alberni branch of Vancouver Island Regional Library has a club for you.

A new book club is debuting in the Valley.

If you’re an avid readers who likes to peruse a good book and meet new people then the Port Alberni branch of Vancouver Island Regional Library has a club for you.

The club is launching on Sept. 27 at 6:30 p.m., and will meet on the last Tuesday of every month.

The club will also serve as a discussion venue for Alberni residents.

The first book slated for discussion is The Birth House, by Ami McKay.

Book club selection will be based on VIRL’s new Adult Book Club Collection, which is comprised of 150 classic and popular titles.

Both fiction and non-fiction titles are offered and Canadian and international authors are highlighted as well.

To register for the Adult Book Club, or to ask any questions you may have about it, please call 250-723-9511 extension three, or visit our VIRL Port Alberni branch at 4255 Wallace St.

reporter@albernivalleynews.com

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