Books Sandwiched In returns

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The Friends of the Beaufort Library have announced the 2020 schedule for the popular 8-week annual Books Sandwiched In series, featuring book talks by local personalities to provoke interest in books; both fiction and non-fiction.

After each talk presenters will welcome questions.

The programs are held on Mondays (except Jan. 20) from noon to 1 p.m. through March 2. The public is invited to this free series at USCB Center for the Arts, 805 Carteret Street, Beaufort.

“Each week we get to enjoy a wide-ranging, lively discussion with home-made refreshments and terrific raffle prizes donated by civic-minded local businesses — a wonderful way to celebrate a new year with other book lovers in Beaufort!” Friends President Carol Brown said.

“I look forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting new book lovers and library friends. Mark your calendars! I will see you there!” BSI co-chair Vicki Mix said.

For program details, email Vicki Mix at scvgamix7@gmail.com.

The Friends of the Beaufort Library is an all-volunteer organization that supports the Beaufort, Lobeco and St. Helena libraries. For more information, visit friendsoftheBeaufortlibrary.com.

2020 Books Sandwiched In Schedule

Jan. 13 – Educated by Tara Westover, presented by Dr. Andrea Allen ••• Jan. 27 – Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher, presented by Dawn Freeman ••• Feb. 3 – The Tubman Command by Elizabeth Cobbs, presented by Roland Gardner and Herman Gaither ••• Feb. 10 – State of the Heart: South Carolina Writers on the Places They Love, a panel discussion with Aida Rogers (Editor), Patti Callahan Henry, David Lauderdale, Stephen G. Hofflus and Sallie Ann Robinson, presented in cooperation with the Pat Conroy Literary Center ••• Feb. 17 – Minnow authored and presented by James McTeer ••• Feb. 24 – Being Mortal by Atul Awande, presented by Dr. Steve Kessell ••• March 2 – Islands in the Stream by Ernest Hemingway, presented by Liz Farrell

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