Wednesday, January 21 @ 12:30pm
Celebrate St. Augustine's literary legacy and join the Friends as David Nolan, author, historian, and civil rights activist, presents an armchair tour of St. Augustine's historic homes of literary significance. Nolan is a contributing author to A Booklover's Guide to Florida, published in 1992. He worked on the first official survey of old buildings in St. Augustine. After what he describes as a "twenty year love affair with historic architecture," he collaborated with artist Jean Ellen Fitzpatrick and photographer Ken Barrett to produce The Houses of St. Augustine, published in 1995.
For this special program, reservations will be required. Seating is limited, so please call the library at 827-6940 to make your reservation. Patrons are welcome to bring their lunch; beverages and snacks will be provided. For more information, please contact Friends President Toni Siriani.