African American Museum of Bucks County Embarks on Virtual Book Club with Indy Bookstore in Yardley

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The AAMBC is holding its first-ever virtual book club meeting on October 7.

The African American Museum of Bucks County (AAMBC) is holding its first virtual community book club meeting on October 7 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The event is a joint effort between the museum and the Commonplace Reader, a Yardley independent bookstore. Lisa Gage paged through the details for the Yardley Patch.

As with this inaugural edition, the book club’s meetings moving forward will continue to be on the first Thursday of each month at the same time.

Virtual attendees for the first discussion will examine We Are the Stories We Tell – The Best Stories by North American Women Since 1945.

Elizabeth Young, owner of Commonplace Reader said, “I am delighted to partner with the African American Museum of Bucks County on this project. Based upon our book sales, I can say that there is a great interest in books about social justice and equity in our community. I am confident the book club will generate a lot of interest. I encourage people to sign up as soon as possible.”

Linda Salley, President and Executive Director of the AAMBC added, “We encourage all members of the Bucks County community to join.”

More information about the event (including sign-up instructions) and this collaboration between the AAMBC and Commonplace Reader is available online.

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