‘Time for Tea and Thee’ to resume

Special to the Daily News

September 25, 2013

“Time for Tea and Thee,” a popular local monthly reading club, resumes Oct. 22 at the Middlesborough-Bell County Public Library.

Join leaders Pam Blank and Michele Lawson for the book club’s ninth season.

Set aside leisurely time for yourself to enjoy twinkling lights, a hot cup of tea or coffee with light refreshments and the pleasure of talking with a group of adults about the book read each month.

Books are available for loan approximately one month in advance of the scheduled meetings. The books may be checked out for one week only.

Registration is required in order to accommodate seating.

Come by the library during the remainder of September to register and pick up the reading list, or call 248-4812. Programs will be on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. each month.

The schedule includes: Oct. 22 — The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, by Aimee Bender; Nov. 19 — Velva Jean Learns to Drive, by Jennifer Niven; Dec. 17 — Snow Globe, by Sheila Roberts; Jan. 14 — My Name is Mary Sutter, by Robin Oliveira; Feb. 11 — Queen of the Big Time, by Adriana Trigiani; March 18 — Gilead, by Marilyn Robinson; April 15 — Any book by Dixie Cash; May 13 — The Art of Racing in the Rain, by Garth Stein; June 24 — The Lost Saints of Tennessee, by Amy Franklin-Willis.