SHELTON >> Written Words Bookstore has introduced a book discussion group that exercises the mind and body: WALK, TALK, RIVERWALK!
After reading pre-selected short fiction works, the group will meet on Saturday at 8:30 a.m (starting on July 11) at the Veteran’s Memorial Park in downtown Shelton. Discussion will take place while members walk along the scenic Riverwalk. Approximate walk time is a half hour.
“We love being downtown and the Riverwalk is practically right outside our door.” said Written Words Bookstore owner Dorothy Sim-Broder in a press release. “What a great way to take advantage of the beautiful outdoor setting while exercising your brains cells! We all have busy schedules nowadays, so we’ve designed this to make it accessible: We’re reading short stories which do not take long, you get to exercise your mind and body at the same time, it’s early enough so you’ll still have a whole day ahead of you after the discussion, and as a bonus: the Farmer’s Market will be right there so you could pick up fresh produce on the way out!”
Discussion is free and open to the public. Interested parties are encouraged to support the bookstore by purchasing discussion books at Written Words, which are usually available at a special book club 15 percent discount.
The information above was provided in a release from Written Words Bookstore. Written Words Bookstore is located inside the Conti building at 415 Howe Ave. For more information, call the bookstore at 203-944-0400.
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