Join our walking book group in 2019!
A first for York, our monthly walks are a great opportunity to share and talk about interesting books you have read, meet friendly local people and discover easy walks, and the best cafes in York.
Three easy steps:
- Read a book around a theme
- Walk and talk about your book and hear about what others have read
- Enjoy a chat in a café afterwards
We offer some suggestions for books which come largely from the library catalogue and our leader’s knowledge and love of books, but there is no requirement to read any of these, feel free to bring memories of your own reading on the theme.
We meet 11am, first Thursday of the month. Our meeting place is outside York Explore on Museum Street. https://goo.gl/maps/SZPa7WU7v6K2
Everyone is welcome!
Thursday 5 December- theme is the Snow
Some suggestions for reading around this theme drawn from York Explore Catalogue:
The big snow by Park, David
The snow geese by Fiennes, William
The snow leopard by Matthiessen, Peter
Last snow by Lustbader, Eric
Stealing snow by Paige, D. M.
Red snow by Dean, Wil
Snow angels by Dorries, Nadine
These easy walks aim to be suitable for most ages and abilities. They are on pavements or good footpaths, mostly on the flat. They last around an hour with breaks if necessary. Please wear walking and mud-friendly shoes and bring waterproofs or sunscreen and water, depending on the forecast. We may adjourn to a cafe during or afterwards, depending on what the group wants to do.
We are looking for volunteers to help us run the walks, so do get in touch if you are interested – see volunteer role description here.
If you’d like to find out more, talk to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01904 274790.
“Beautiful way to spend an hour. Gave me a warm glow that lasted the rest of the day”. Katrina.