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Book-lovers unite

Surrey Public Library is encouraging those who love to read to either join one of their existing book clubs or create their own.

Clubs currently cater to all ages, from seniors to kids. They include Forever Young, a young adult literature club for adults aged 19 and older, held at City Centre Library (call 604-598-7438 or email ealarssen@surrey.ca); and Books & Bites Seniors' Book Club at Ocean Park Library (register at 604-502-6449 or jnbalenzano@surrey.ca).

Teen book clubs are available at the Ocean Park, Fleetwood and City Centre libraries.

For details on how to start your own book club, visit a branch of the Surrey Public Library or www.surreylibraries.ca

 

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