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Books are available at the Circulation Desk one month before each program.
Free. No registration required.

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Check here for booklists and library events planned for 20 & 30-something readers like you.

 

This program is open to any 20-something/30-something looking for a great book discussion. No registration is required and the program is free. Non-Syosset residents are welcome. Copies of the book will be available at the Readers’ Services Desk on the 2nd floor one month prior to the event. Please call 516-921-7161 ext. 239 for details. The discussion will be led by 20-Something Librarians Jackie Ranaldo and Jessikah Chautin. Look forward to seeing you there!

 

Past 20 & 30-Something Book Club Events

20 & 30-Something Title Swap

2015-07-27 20-Something Title Swap

With Stacey Levine, Readers' Services Librarian


Monday, July 27, 2015. 7 PM.

Share the titles of your favorite books with the rest of the 20 & 30-Something group. You tell us your favorites and we’ll tell you ours.

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Check out our Facebook page for upcoming events, reading suggestions, and book lists. Become a fan and post your own favorite reads.  Join the Syosset Public Library 20-Something Facebook page… It’s not your mother’s book club!

Wednesday, Jul 01, 2015
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