Upcoming Events

Literary Women & Wine Book Club

First Thursday of each Month | 5 pm *ONLINE*

Michaela Carter, an author and frontlist buyer for the Peregrine will facilitate this book club with a focus on the best new releases of literary fiction. The group is currently discussing Leonora in the Morning Light by Michaela Carter.


Prescott Esoteric Friendship Circle

Every Monday | 5:30 - 7 pm

Prescott Esoteric Friendship Circle meets Monday nights to contemplate the truth or "Dharma." The group is currently discussing Where the Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens. For more information and meeting details, please contact John Lorenz (928) 445-5179.

About the Book


Literary Fiction Book Club - ONLINE

June 23rd | 6:00 pm *ONLINE*

Join us for this monthly book club! June 23rd @ 6pm. Our Meetup.com page is currently at Lit Fic Book Club but we are planning on transitioning over to an app called Bookclubz. Bookclubz is our preferred method for RSVPs and scheduling meetings.  

This month's book: 
Ian McEwan’s symphonic novel of love and war, childhood and class, guilt and forgiveness provides all the satisfaction of a brilliant narrative and the provocation we have come to expect from this master of English prose.


The Highlands Center for Natural History Book Club

Friday, July 2nd | 11 am *ONLINE*

The Highlands Center for Natural History Book Club, Co-Sponsored by The Peregrine Book Company. This book club is for adults eager to learn more about the natural history of the Southwest and connect with others who are as well. Meetings are free, but pre-registration is required. https://highlandscenter.org/adult-programs/


Online Open Mic

3rd Wednesday of Each Month | 2 pm *ONLINE*

In partnership with AZ Wordsmith, experience the power of the spoken word! Readers and listeners welcome. If you would like to read a piece, please email susan@peregrinebookcompany.com to sign up. No sign up is required if you would like to simply watch the reading live!


Equine-imity Book Event

Tuesday, July 13 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us for apresentation with Beverly Kane from Stanford Healthy Living Program to give insights from her book, "Equine-imity—Stress Reduction and Emotional Self-Regulation in the Company of Horses," teaches qigong, a tai chi-like moving meditation, with horses, especially for non-equestrians and non-meditators. Equine-imity draws on principles and practices from yoga, tai chi, Reiki, mindfulness meditation, Daoist philosophy, and nature-based therapy. It includes Western scientific information on stress physiology, mirror neurons, the physics of energy, and Jungian psychology.