All Lanier Library programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.
In our Display Case in October: Our display this month focuses on the ever-popular game of Clue in celebration of its 70th anniversary. It features old and new editions of the game from various library members.
Tuesday, October 15 at 12 noon – Live@Lanier with Jerry Soderquist of the Tryon Cemetery Commission
Come hear Jerry Soderquist, Chair of the Tryon Cemetery Commission and Managing Director of the Tryon Archival Research Center, discuss his passion for preservation as he has worked cleaning up and photographing the gravestones in the Tryon Cemetery since at least 2011.
Thursday, October 24 at 6 PM – Live@Lanier with BearWise
Staff of the NC Wildlife Resources Commission discuss the BearWise program will discuss the natural history of black bears in western North Carolina and how to use that information to safely coexist with these North Carolina treasures.
Saturday, November 2 at 10 AM – Book Lovers
Join a group of avid readers to discuss what you have been reading and come away with a list of others’ favorites! It’s casual, enlightening, and fun! The only prerequisite is a love of books!
Saturday, November 9 at 10 AM – NeedleArts Club
Spend a relaxing morning with like-minded lovers of needlework and share your own work. Bring any yarn or thread craft you are working on and enjoy each other’s company for a few hours the second Saturday of each month.
Sunday, November 10 at 1:30 PM – Nonfiction Book Club
For nonfiction lovers – another club for the library which meets the second Sunday of each month! November’s book will be Radium Girls by Kate Moore.
The Nonfiction Book Club will meet upstairs in the Holmes Room.
Think you missed something? Check here for a complete list of past and future library events of 2018 and 2019.
The Lanier Library hopes to have videos of past programs available soon.
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