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Classic Book Club

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Record #: OAK3723 Last Full Update: 06 Feb 2014
Contact Information
Primary ContactPamela K. Spicer, President; Phone: (Residence) 905-825-2495
Agency Information
Agency DescriptionA member chooses a book that must be a classic and facilitates the discussion of the book, covering all aspects, e.g. motive, plot, author, characters, themes, period of time written. The final discussion at the end of the meeting is "What makes this book a classic?" 
 
New members always welcome.
Service Level(50) Non Profit
Established1993
Service Information
Service DescriptionA member chooses a book that must be a classic and facilitates the discussion of the book, covering all aspects, e.g. motive, plot, author, characters, themes, period of time written. The final discussion at the end of the meeting is "What makes this book a classic?" 
 
New members always welcome.
Meeting Detailsthird Sunday of each month, 1 pm-4 pm  
 
Areas ServedBurlington ; Milton ; Oakville
LanguagesEnglish
FeesNone ; members are responsible for obtaining the chosen book of the month
Site Information
Located In CommunityOakville (Bronte)
Address & Map
2100 Thornlea Dr
Oakville, ON L6L 1K6
Nearest Main IntersectionThird Line and Lakeshore Rd.
Wheelchair AccessibilityNot Accessible
Taxonomy and Classification
Service CategoriesLiterary Societies/Book Reading Clubs