Café au Libris: Joan C. Curtis
Tuesday, November 28
In Multipurpose Room A
Joan C. Curtis is an award-winning writer who has published seven books and numerous stories. Readers compare her to the great Southern writer, Fanny Flagg. “She writes characters and a story that will stay with you.” Her debut mystery/suspense novel, The Clock Strikes Midnight, won the Royal Palm Literary Award in 2015. The e-Murderer: Book 1 Jenna Scali Mysteries won the Gold from the Global EBook Awards 2016. Her newest release, Murder on Moonshine Hill: Book 2 Jenna Scali Mysteries, is a finalist in the Global EBook Awards for Mystery.
Café au Libris:
Dr. Allan M. Armitage
Thursday, December 7
In Appleton Auditorium
From teaching to trialing, breeding and developing plants to writing texts, Armitage’s adventures have added up to 30 years of an unrivaled passion for horticulture and teaching those who love to learn. He’s known as the perennials guru of the South, but Armitage has touched nearly every sector of the plant industry. The author of 13 books on topics ranging from geranium growing manuals for growers to encyclopedias about annuals and perennials, to stories about the origins of plants and people who discovered them, his enthusiasm is inspiring and contagious.
Pop-Up Holiday Book Sale
Saturday, December 16, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Children's Books. Cookbooks. Puzzles + Games!
The Friends will be hosting a small pop-up sale to help with your holiday shopping. We will also have a little wrapping table available.
The Friends Spring Book Sale
The Book Sale will be held at the Library March 7-10. Book donations are appreciated!