Each year the communities of Lafayette, Louisville, and Superior join together to present On The Same Page, a community-wide reading program that poses the question, "What would happen if everyone read the same book at the same time?"
This year’s title, named as a New York Times top ten non-fiction title in 2017, investigates a series of murders of indigenous Osage people in the early 1920s—after oil deposits were discovered beneath their land.
More than 100 books are available at Lafayette and Louisville libraries, thanks to funding by the Lafayette and Louisville library foundations and the Town of Superior. Formats include: Book club sets, books on CD, downloadable e-books, books in large print, and Spanish versions.
Read the book this summer, and join the conversations in the fall!
Lafayette Public Library: September 24, 6 pm Louisville Public Library: September 10, 7 pm and September 19, 12 noon Superior Bungalow, 122 E. William St.: September 12, 6:30 pm
Stories on Stage
Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave.: September 27, 7 pm