Grass River Reads, GRNA's environmental reading group
Grass River Reads is a nature-themed reading group that meets at the GRNA center the second Thursday of the month at 10 am. Anyone is welcome to this program, although the reading material is geared towards young adult and adult. You do not have to register to participate. If the book of the month sounds like something you would enjoy reading and talking about with others, then stop in. That being said, we would love to see you every month!!
The goal for this group is to have thoughtful conversations with others about topics large and small. We want you to walk away from these books and this experience feeling inspired but also well-informed. We have selected these books with this in mind.
January 11 at 10am
"Ravens in Winter" by Bernd Heinrich
Why are ravens, who are generally solitary birds, so willing to share food between each other during the winter? Join us as we explore these unconventional birds as we discuss "Ravens in Winter" by Bernd Heinrich.
February 8 at 10am
"The Earth is Enough: Growing up in a World of Flyfishing, Trout and Old Men" by Harry Middleton
What was it that first made you fall in love with the outdoors? Join us as we explore the journey of a boy as he discovers his passion for nature.
Due to the unpredictability of northern Michigan winters, we will be following Bellaire Public Schools for cancellations of this program due to weather. Please check in with 9 and 10 News for current closings.
We try to select books that are found at your local library. If you are having trouble finding a copy of a specific book or have any other questions please contact Kendra at email@example.com or (231) 533-8314.