Speaker @ the Center

Speaker @ the Center to host Author Lucinda Clark - April 26, 2018

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Join us for our next author talk and book signing: View from the Middle of the Road by Lucinda Clark at noon on April 26, 2018. View from the Middle of the Road deals with the many aspects we encounter on this journey called life.

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Join us for Speaker @ the Center featuring author Kimberly J. Simms

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Join us from noon to 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 22, for this month's author talk and book signing: Lindy Lee: Songs on Mill Hill by Kimberly J. Simms. In her debut book of poems, Southern story-teller, Kimberly J. Simms, chronicles the lives of textile workers in the Carolinas with historical accuracy and imaginative insight.

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Speaker @ the Center - James Everett Kibler, Jr. - November 9, 2017

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Join us for November's author talk and book signing: Taking Root: The Nature Writing of William and Adam Summer of Pomaria by James Everett Kibler, Jr. Written across two decades, this collection of essays by the Summer brothers offer an impressive environmental ethic. Sustainability and long-term goals were key to their philosophy.

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Free Author Talk and Signing: Champions of Civil and Human Rights in South Carolina with Marvin Lare

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Join us on August 24 at noon for this month's author talk and book signing: Champions of Civil and Human Rights in South Carolina, the first volume in a five-volume anthology. Lare introduces more than one hundred civil rights leaders from South Carolina to chronicle a massive revolution in American society.

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Former SCHA officers discuss Civil War, Reconstruction Era during next Speaker @ the Center Session

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Join us June 1 for our next author talk and book signing: South Carolina in the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras: Essays from the Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association by Michael Bonner and Fritz Hamer.

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