Let's Talk About It

Let's Talk About It

Since 1985, Let’s Talk About It has been bringing adult reading discussion groups together with humanities scholars in Idaho’s public libraries to discuss fine literature. These book readings and discussions explore American values, history, culture, aging, classics, and much more.

The presentation by and interaction with a program scholar is what sets these discussions apart from traditional book clubs and discussions. See the Statewide Program Schedule 2017-2018    for book titles, dates, and times of programs near you! 

To apply for the 2017-2018 program year of Let's Talk About It, submit your library's application, along with letters of support, to ICfL by the deadline of June 2, 2017. Click here to access the application form.

 

Participating Libraries--2017-2018

Theme

Ada Community Library - Star Branch The Humanity of Science & Technology
Camas County Public Library - Fairfield  American Classics
Coeur d'Alene Public Library Growing Older, Growing Wiser
DeMary Memorial Library Pulitzer Prize Winners
Eastern Owyhee County Library - Grand View Biographies & Autobiographies
Grangeville Centennial Library Global Perspectives
Idaho Falls Public Library Connecting Generations
Kimberly Public Library We Are What We Eat
Kuna Public Library Humor & Satire
Larsen-Sant Public Library - Preston Pulitzer Prize Winners
McCall Public Library American Classics
Mountain Home Public Library Humor & Satire
Salmon Public Library

Living in the Modern Rural West

Twin Falls Public Library Biographies & Autobiographies

 

The Let's Talk About It program is made possible by the Idaho Humanities Council, the National Endowment for the Humanities, a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services which administers the Library Services and Technology Act, and the program is administered by the Idaho Commission for Libraries.