Boston’s Best Book Clubs

August 26, 2013 10:00 AM
Boston’s Best Book Clubs

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" As a city with numerous learning institutions, libraries, bookstores and a rich literary history, it is not surprising that Boston residents have numerous options when it comes to book clubs. There are those that cater to certain demographics. Some focus on a certain type of literature. Other still are open to anyone and everyone who is willing to read and show up. Readers can even book club hop so they can read the books that interest them. Few of these clubs have requirements that would make this difficult.

Book Club for the Curious Cambridge Innovation Center Charles Conference Room, 14th Floor Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 723-2500

The Book Club for the Curious is an interesting sort of book club that was actually created at the city’s Museum of Science. It is meant for the reading and discussion of books that focus on science, technology and all of the great topics these two fields produce. The club meets once a month on the second Thursday at 5:30 p.m "

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