Wine Book Club has a new Location and Host.

The Palm Springs Public Library is proud to announce a new partnership with Crave, a dessert and wine bar in downtown Palm Springs, as the new host and location of the monthly Wine Book Club.

ImageGoing into its fourth season, the Wine Book Club is a group, led by a Librarian, that meets the last Wednesday of each month (December’s meeting will be on 12/19/12). Attending is FREE and open to the public, anyone over the age of 21 is welcome to attend and join in the discussion of that month’s book selection over a glass of wine (for a nominal fee). Crave will also be offering happy hour for the attendees at a special price.

The new schedule for the Wine Book Club’s 2012-12013 season will begin on Wednesday, September 26th at 6:00 p.m. at Crave, located at 390 N. Palm Canyon Dr. in Palm Springs. The group is reading and will discuss Grimm Legacy by Polly Shulman. The full schedule can be found on the library’s web site at or on a book mark available at the Library or at Crave. All books are available to be checked out at the library and many of the books are available as an eBook or downloadable audiobook and can be downloaded from the Library’s website.

Crave is a new dessert bar that opened in downtown Palm Springs in April 2012.  Their focus is to have a place where people can decompress from their day and connect; with each other and the community. These connections are the heart of Crave’s unique experience and that focus made it the perfect location for the Wine Book Club.

Crave is open Wednesday through Sunday evenings for dessert and on Saturday and Sunday mornings for coffee and fresh baked croissants and scones. To find out more about their hours, menu offerings and special events visit their web site at or call 760-469-4587.


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