Cather Book Club
The Willa Cather Foundation Book Club is a group of readers who gather to discuss the works and life of Willa Cather. Book Club reads one selections per month, with an option of two discussion times: Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. at Cherry Corner Estates, OR Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. in the Red Cloud Opera House. Education director Tracy Tucker leads these discussions. Complimentary refreshments are provided, and new readers are always welcome! Learn More!
Lincoln City Libraries Book Groups
Lincoln City Libraries offers several Book Talk and Book Discussion Groups. All of the groups are free and open to the public…simply drop in at one of the gatherings, or call the branch location where the meeting is taking place if you have additional questions. Learn More!
Omaha Public Library Book Clubs
For information about joining any of the Omaha Public Library's book clubs, call April at 402.444.4800. Learn More!
Nebraska Literary Heritage Association
If there’s a heart to the sprawling body of Nebraska Literature, it’s quietly beating in the Heritage Room.
– Ted Kooser
The Nebraska Literary Heritage Association’s mission is to encourage the collection, preservation, and promotion of work by and about Nebraska authors through support of the Lincoln City Libraries special collection, the Jane Pope Geske Heritage Room of Nebraska Authors, and to foster the creation and appreciation of this literature through programs, collaborative partnerships, and the use of technology.
Nebraska 150, March 1, 2017
Our 150th birthday presents a unique opportunity in time to honor our heritage, celebrate our growth and plan for our future. The Nebraska 150 Celebration will commemorate this historic occasion and celebrate the great State of Nebraska and its diverse history and cultures by engaging, educating and inspiring our citizenry and leaving a legacy for future generations.
Nebraska 150 Books is an Official Program of the Nebraska 150. Read Nebraska Books!
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This website is brought to you by Humanities Nebraska, a statewide, non-profit organization inspiring and enriching personal and public life by offering opportunities to thoughtfully engage with history and culture, with additional funding from the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.
If you enjoy the Nebraka 150 Books program and this website, please consider supporting Humanities Nebraska with a contribution. Donations are matched by state and federal funds. Your support helps preserve our past and inform our future!