SKOWHEGAN — The Skowhegan Free Public Library has been selected by the Maine Humanities Council to offer “Let’s Talk About It,” a free reading and discussion group with copies of books available through the library. The program is provided by the Maine Humanities Council’s Maine Center for the Book in cooperation with the Maine State Library.

The series, Refreshing the “Whodunit,” begins at 6 p.m. Monday at the Library and continues for five sessions.

Books to be read and discussed include: “The Beekeepers’s Apprentice,” by Laurie King; “Dance Hall of the Dead,” by Tony Hillerman; “The Skull Mantra,” by Eliot Patterson; “A Cold Day for Murder,” by Dana Stabenow; and “Inspector Morimoto” and “The Japanese Cranes,” by Timothy Hemion. Author and director of the Margaret Chase Smith Library, David Richards, will facilitate the discussions. The library is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday.

This program is offered to Maine libraries through the Maine Humanities Council by a grant from the Belvedere Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.

Augusta and Waterville news

Get news and events from your towns in your inbox every Friday.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.