Hilltoppers is a community of mature adults (55+) who are interested in current affairs, cultural experiences, Jewish-related issues, and local life. Everyone is welcome to join us at our Board and Program meetings, as well as on our day trips, theater excursions and Book Club meetings.



Please join us by calling Liz Mellman at 610-649-7807.

 

Hilltopper Meeting Schedule

 

Board Meetings
Dates: 1st Thursday of the month except where noted by ‡
Time: 10:30 AM

Program Meetings
Dates: 3rd Thursday of the month
Time: 7:30 PM

Book Club
Previous discussions have included books such as Suite Francaise, The World To Come, The Glass Castle, and A Thousand Splendid Suns.
Dates: 4th Thursday of the month except where noted by †
Time: 1:15 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HILLTOPPERS YEAR IN ADVANCE
2015-2016

MM-Monthly Meeting BD-Board Meeting
BK-Book Discussion Group TBA-To Be Announced

(All Thursdays except where noted *)

 

 

2016      
September      
8 BD 10:30 am  
15 MM 7:30 pm Dr. Matthew Kerbel: The Most Controversial Presidential Election in U.S. History
29 BK 1:15 pm All The Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr
       
October      
6 BD 10:30 am  
  MM   No meeting
27 BK 1:15 pm Gray Mountain, by John Grisham
       
November      
3 BD 10:30 am  
17 MM 7:30 pm Roger Opstbaum: Global Warming: Your Worry and Mine
  BK   (none)
       
December      
1 BD 10:30 am  
15 MM 1:30 pm Sally Friedman, award-winning journalist & novelist: What Is A Family?
22 BK 1:15 pm The Lake House, by Kate Morton
       
2017      
January      
5 BD 10:30 am  
19 MM 1:30 pm The Grateful Alive Band (musical performance)
26 BK 1:15 pm Most Wanted, by Lisa Scottoline
       
February      
2 BD 10:30 am  
16 MM 1:30 pm Robert A. Miller, author: “A True Story of an American Nazi Spy”
22* BK 1:15 pm A Backpack, A Bear and Eight Crates of Vodka, by Lev Golinkin
       
March      
2 BD 10:30 am  
  MM   (no meeting)
30 BK 1:15 pm The Japanese Lover, by Isabelle Allende
       
April      
6 BD 10:30 am  
20 MM 7:30 pm Linda Kenyon, re-enactor, One-Woman Show: “Julia Child”
27 BK 1:15 pm Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania (nonfiction), by Erik Larson
       
May      
4 BD 10:30 am  
18 MM 7:00 pm (Closing Dinner) Fiddlekicks! Appalachian Clogging Troupe, with live musicians
25 BK 1:15 pm The Year of Living Biblically (a memoir), by A.J. Jacobs
       
June      
1 BD 10:30 am  

Alternate book selections
 My Name is Lucy Barton, by Elizabeth Strout