In the new year, local book clubbers will be expanding their literary horizons, one page at a time. And moving forward, members in Pacifica will be able to attend monthly meetings in person or via Zoom, which allowed book clubs to survive during the pandemic.

Claire Huysentruyt, library assistant for the Pacifica libraries, serves as a liaison for the Sanchez Book Club. She said the group held virtual meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic and will be shifting to a hybrid format next month.

April Seager is a staff writer covering events and endeavors in the Coastside community. She received a master of arts in German literature from Brigham Young University and completed graduate work in German studies at Washington University in St. Louis. 

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