Book Clubs

Joining a book club is a great way to connect with your neighbors and find a community of fellow readers. Gunnison County Libraries facilitates book clubs in both Gunnison and Crested Butte locations. They are free and open to anyone to join.

How it works: Book clubs meet on a recurring basis, every month, to discuss a title the group has all read, often over light snacks. Copies of books are placed on hold for book club participants and are available to check out at the library. Titles for the next month’s meeting are announced a month before. They will also be available in e-edition, audiobook, large print, etc.


Crested Butte


For those who like to imbibe in books, beverages or both! This group meets the second Tuesday of every month from 5:30-7 pm at local watering holes. They read mainly contemporary fiction, with a few non-fiction titles every once in a while.

Tuesday, January 10 @ Iron Horse Tap – “Infinite Country” by Patricia Engel

Wednesday, February 15 @ Montanya’s Distillery -“The Lions of Fifth Avenue” by Fiona Davis

Tuesday, March 8 @ Tully’s, CB South – title TBA

Tuesday, April 11 @ Martichelli’s Gourmet Noodle – “Go As a River” by Shelley Read, discussion with the author

Tuesday, May 9 @ Talk of the Town – title TBA



Gunny GoodReads

This is a traditional book club that meets once a month to discuss books over light snacks. They read contemporary fiction, with a taste for the suspense or thriller genre and meet on the fourth Wednesday of every month from 4-5:30 pm (some changes due to holidays).

January 25: The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave

February 22: Billionaire Wilderness: the ultra-wealthy and the remaking of the American West by Justin Farrell

March 22: Guncle by Steven Rowley

April 26: Empire of the Wild by Cherie Dimaline

Summer only: Hiking Book Club & Bilingual Book Club. Check back in 2023 for more information.


If you are interested in receiving email communications or additional information about these book clubs, please reach out to adult programming coordinator, Taylor Worsham (