Last Tuesday of every month, 7pm at Words Worth Books

Our informal book club is free and open to anyone who wants to share their passion for reading.  Join us for a fun and lively discussion, and delve deep into works of fiction or non-fiction as chosen by people-in-the-know.  Book club books are 20% off!

January 31: Do Not Say we have Nothing by Madeline Thein (Winner of the Giller and Governor General's Award)
February 28: Arcadia by Lauren Groff
March 28: Sudden Death by Alvaro Enrigue

For a full list of previous selections click [here]


Second Thursday of every month, 7pm at a top secret location

The lads meet at a local watering hole for discussion, libation and an occasional fist-fight over selected crime-fiction titles.  Long-standing grudges are expected and encouraged.  This group of dedicated and discerning readers numbers between 12 to 15 core members, though there is always room for one more. 

January 12: Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson
February 9: Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson
March 9: Tourist Season by Carl Hiaasen
April 13: TBA

For a full list of previous selections click [here]


Dates as announced, 10:30am at Words Worth Books

A fun-filled half hour of stories and songs to help you bond with your little bookworm.  Suitable for babies and toddlers; must be accompanied by a guardian.

January 20
February 24
March 24

Last Wednesday of every month, 7pm at either Death Valley’s Little Brother or Princess Café

While we call ourselves the Steampunk Literature Guild, we don’t just stop at that genre.  All science-fiction and fantasy novels are fair game.  The book club is free, friendly, open to anyone, and the selected title is 20% off at Words Worth Books. Click [here] to visit their website.

January 25: Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone
February 22: TBA
March 29: TBA
April 26: TBA

For a full list of previous selections click [here]


Dates as announced at Relish Cooking Studio

We’ve put a fun and delicious twist on a book club by combining it with a cooking class series.  Members meet to discuss the book selection and cook a dish based on the book’s theme.  Book discussion is led by Words Worth Books, and cooking instruction provided by Donna-Marie Pye from Relish.  Find out more at 

November 8: On the Noodle Road by Jen Lin-Liu
October 11: The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy Reicher
September 13: Recipes for Love and Murder by Sally Andrew


Dates as announced at The Public Kitchen & Bar, Kitchener

A book club that fuses great literature with great food and great people.  Meet the author and discuss the book over dinner and drinks at The Public Kitchen & Bar. 

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November 7: a selection of works by Michael Crummey
November 9: Wonder by Emma Donoghue

Both events are sold out.