Book Discussion

Check our calendar for upcoming discussions and other events related to books and authors.

Downtown Book Group

A library-run book group that meets on the second Friday of the month in the afternoon. It’s a great time and place to meet new people and have a book discussion. Everyone is welcome!

Nashua Novel Readers

The Nashua Novel Readers group, which meets at the library on the second Thursday of most months, is open to all.

Book Group for Adults with Asperger/Autism

For adults with autism spectrum disorder and related conditions who can participate in discussions without help from a caretaker. Facilitated by the Asperger/Autism Network. Usually held on the first Monday of the month at 6 pm. Please register for each session at

Nashua Reads

We usually hold several book discussions in the fall as part of our Nashua Reads: One City, One Book program.

Spring Book Retreat

This event happens in early June, subscribe to our newsletter so you don’t miss it!

Private Book Groups

If you’re a member of a book group that meets in private homes, call (603) 589-4611 or email to find out about getting multiple copies of the same book for your members.

Martha Hall Kelly (left), best-selling author of “Lilac Girls,” was interviewed at the library by Lisa Allen as part of the Nashua Reads program.