Date: Thursday, May 21, 2015
Time 12 Noon to 1pm
Location: Forum Building, State Librarian’s porch off of Room 223
In case of rain we will meet in Room 313
The book we will be doing is
“The Grace that Keeps the World” by Tom Bailey
Gary and Susan Hazen—high school sweethearts married for many years, born and bred in the Adirondack community of Lost Lake—live a simple and honest life and have instilled values in their two grown sons by example. But despite their efforts, Gary senses that his sons are starting to pull away and can’t help but feel he is at fault. His younger son, Kevin, has ambitions that extend far beyond the snowy edges of their small town. And his elder, Gary David, so fears disappointing his father that he is keeping an important part of his life secret. The Grace That Keeps This World is a story about family, community, and the shared values that underlie and sustain human relationships. And ultimately, it is a tale of profound loss, human fallibility, and the love—romantic, neighborly, or familial—that can sometimes blur our line of vision.
Please R.S.V.P me at the contact information below so we know how many chairs to use. You may bring friends but I need to know how many to plan for.