Here’s help keeping that resolution to read

The Cloverdale Library announces two new book clubs – for adult readers – starting up in the new year.

Meaning to read more novels and books in 2013? Perhaps a little structure – and company – will serve as inspiration.

The Cloverdale Library has announced two new book clubs for adults starting up in the new year.

Off the Shelf is aimed at people who love to read, but have trouble finding the time. The book titles will fit a busy lifestyle. The group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month, from 7-8 p.m., starting Jan. 30.

Books with Buzz meets on the second Wednesday of the month (afternoons from 1:30 to 2:30), starting Feb. 13. No matter the genre or format, if it’s in the news, let’s read it, organizers say.

Sign up now for the time and theme that suits your interests the best by calling 604-598-7327 or by emailing cscasenas@surrey.ca.

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