Bookmarked: Zoom Book Club
- York Civil War Roundtable
- If These Walls Could Talk
- Homeschool Days
- Bus Trip to the B&O Railroad Museum
- South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
- First Friday
- All About!
- Second Saturday Series
- Oyster Festival
- Wander in the Woods
- Hidden Histories
- Bookmarked: Zoom Book Club
- Writers’ Roundtable
- Spirits of the Past: Historic Mixology
Join the Zoom Book Club and experience a lively discussion about history.
Each club meeting will include one of these opportunities:
-Engaging with the author
-Viewing archival materials
-Discovering modern media resources
Held quarterly Bookmarked the zoom book club will showcase one book with possible York County ties per meeting. We ask you to register for each book club meeting separately. Register for November’s session here.
Come prepared with questions and insight! To help guide the discussion, club members will receive a discussion sheet prior to the meeting via email. Additionally, it will be led by History Center member Dr. Scott Deisley and Caroline Smith, Manager of Public Programs.
If you are interested in accessing the book selections through the York County Libraries but do not have a library card you can easily get one here! If you have any questions please contact Caroline Smith at email@example.com.
November 27 at 7 PM
Susquehanna River of Dreams | Susan Q. Stranahan
Stranahan’s book details the modern issues of the river and its geologic origins. Her perspective offers a unique look at the Susquehanna and the impact of environmental issues.
Borrow a copy from the York County Libraries.
If you want to view some of 2022’s reads visit our Bookmarked playlist here. Please note not all sessions from 2022 were recorded.
2023 Past Reads
The Splendid and The Vile | Erik Larson
“The Splendid and the Vile is the story of the London Blitz, the Churchill family, and London’s defiance of Nazi Germany. The book delves into not only the politics of the times and the brutality of the war but into the personal lives of Churchill’s family and friends.” -Laura, Amazon Book Review
You can borrow a copy from York County Libraries here.
480 Codorus St: Surviving Unpredictability | Sandra Kearse-Stockton
Surviving Unpredictability is the first book of the 480 Codorus trilogy that showcases Sandra’s story. Her life has been filled with both pleasant and unpleasant memories as she recounts the impact of racial unrest, domestic violence, and murder.
Purchase a copy today.
Borrow a copy from York County Libraries.
Nine Months in York Town | James McClure
McClure tells the story of York’s key role in the founding of the nation’s government.
Order a copy of the book here.
Find a copy to borrow at York County Libraries.