BFL Virtual Cookbook Club
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Introducing Baker Free Library’s Virtual Cookbook Club! An environment for novice and seasoned cooks alike to explore new cookbooks and share recipes with other group members.  We will highlight a new cookbook every other week and members can email  their creations and reviews to or tag us on social media @bakerfreelibrary with #BFLCookbookClub

Stay Home BINGO
The Library has created a BINGO CARD with challenges and activities to help you enrich your downtime.  BFL's virtual resources will grant you access to eBooks, audiobooks, online courses, movies, tv shows, and more, and we also encourage you to take up a new hobby, spend time outside or tackle your reading list!

Monthly Book Talks
Meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.


Do you love to read outside of your comfort zone?  Do you enjoy talking about books with others?  Then our monthly Book Talk is for you!  This informal discussion group takes place at two separate times on the second Tuesday of the month - it doesn't matter which session you attend.  We vote annually in October for the books to read during the next calendar year. We choose among fiction, nonfiction, recent award winners, and classics.  Copies of the latest book are available at the Circulation Desk.  The following list shows upcoming book discussion dates and the book(s) to be discussed:

January 14th - The Department of Sensitive Crimes by Alexander McCall Smith
February 11th  - The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See
March 10th - Educated by Tara Westover
April 14th - A Gentleman in Moscow
May 12th - Beloved by Toni Morrison
June 9th - The Library Book by Susan Orlean
July 14th - Crossing to Safety by Wallace Stegner
August 11th - The Friend by Sigrid Nunez
*September 22nd - Forever by Pete Hamill
October 13th - Say Nothing: a True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland by Patrick Radden Keefe
November 10th - The Weight of the Piano by Chris Cander
December 8th - Seven Days of Us

                         Asterisk* denotes meeting will take place on third Thursday of the month.

Suggestions for the next year's potential reading list can be submitted anytime January through September, with voting on all suggestions taking place during the month of October.  Please contact Amy Bain, Library Assistant, with any reading suggestions at