Up for Discussion

Interested in joining a book club? Brampton Library offers Up for Discussion book clubs at three of our locations.

Book club members meet to discuss the book of the month and find common bonds through books. A variety of reading interests are represented in these clubs: contemporary, classic and international authors. You will read and enjoy books you would never have chosen yourself!

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In-house book clubs run from September through December and March to May. To register, please visit any Brampton Library branch or call (905) 793-4636 or TTY 1-866-959-9994.

Mondays - 1:00 pm to 3:00pm (Cyril Clark)

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Wednesdays - 10 am to 12 pm (Chinguacousy)

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Thursdays - 2 pm to 4 pm (Four Corners)

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PAMA Connections Book Club

Literature and visual arts connect in this unique book club.

Join our librarian on Thursday, March 8th 7-9 pm, to discuss Through a Dog’s Eyes: Understanding Our Dogs by Understanding How They See the World. This is a transformative, inspiring book with the power to change the way we understand and communicate with our dogs.

The discussion will be paired with a tour of Peel Art Gallery + Museum and Archives exhibit: Beyond Sit & Stay: Dogs In Our Service.

Please register in any branch or by calling 905-793-4636. Pick up your free copy of the book at Four Corners Library.

Location: Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives, 9 Wellington Street East, Brampton.

Amnesty International Book Club

Brampton Library is pleased to partner with Amnesty International. Our Amnesty International Book Club encourages all of us to read recommended books on the theme of human rights. Browse the reading list  to find books and discussion guides for your next meeting.

Off The Shelf: Build your own book club

Are you part of a book club or thinking of starting one? Check out our Off the Shelf book club-ready displays at any of our library branches!

Here you will find multiple copies of recommended titles that you can borrow in single or multiple copies, on a first come, first serve basis.

There is no need to place holds or renew, books are available for 3 weeks at a time.

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