Upcoming Events







All Lanier Library programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.

In our Display Case in OctoberOur display this month is in honor of the Tryon Beer Fest happening November 2.  It features miniature beer trucks from the collection of board member Gary DeRemer.  Gary inherited the Matchbox minis after buying them as gifts for his father over the years.

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.

Saturday, November 23, 4-6 PM – Conversations with Mary Alice Monroe & Friends

Join us at the historic Tryon Theatre for this ticketed event featuring Mary Alice Monroe’s discussion with friend, Cassandra King Conroy, about her new memoir Tell Me a Story, reflections on her life with author Pat Conroy.  Visit https://thelanierlibrary.org/upcoming-events/mary-alice-monroe/ for more information and tickets.


Thursday, December 5 at 6 PM – The Journey from Polk County to Hollywood with Chris Riddle

Chris Riddle grew up in Polk County, roaming the forests and performing in plays at TLT.  As an adult he followed his passion in directing and film-making to Hollywood, where he has had numerous opportunities starting on shows such as Homeland and moving on to VEEP, Banshee, Barry and Paper Towns and others.  Chris will join us here at the library to tell about his journey from Polk County to Hollywood.


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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