Brad Sanders will discuss the maps and historical resources that can recreate the route of the Bartrams.
This month's title is Riddley Walker by Russell Hoban.
Meet Georgia author Cassie Beasley in celebration of her middle grade book, Circus Mirandus.
Meet Margaret Lazarus Dean in celebration of her book, Leaving Orbit: Notes From the Last Days of American Spaceflight.
(Jackson Street Building, Room 123) David Rubin, founding principal of landscape architecture and urban design studio Land Collective, speaks on "The City as a Landscape: Empathy, Design and the Space Between Buildings."
Meet YA author David Levithan in celebration of Another Day, a companion to Every Day.
This month's title is The Supremes at Earl's All You Can Eat by Edward Kelsey Moore. Newcomers welcome.
Meet author Naomi Jackson in celebration of her debut novel, The Star Side of Bird Hill.
Holocaust survivor George Dynin will sign his memoir Aryan Papers, the story of his family's escape from Poland.
Holocaust survivor George Dynin speaks and signs copies of his memoir, Aryan Papers, which tells the story of his family's escape from Poland to Belarus.
Meet local author Mark Katzman in celebration of his second book, Playdate.
Meet author Liza Wieland in celebration of her book, Land of Enchantment.
Meet local author Philip Lee Williams in celebration of his latest poetry volume, The Color of All Things: 99 Love Poems.
Learn about compassionate, healthy eating. Hosted by Food Responsibility and Enjoyable Eating (FREE).
Meet bestselling author Garth Stein in honor of the paperback release of his book, A Sudden Light.
Former U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis presents a lecture, "The Climate Conscience of a Conservative."
(UGA Demosthenian Hall) The debate's topic is "What's the best economic argument for sound climate policy?" Debaters include UGA professor Jeff Dorfman and former U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis.
This month's title is Waiting by Ha Jin. Newcomers welcome.
Meet bestselling author Lauren Groff in celebration of her latest book, Fates and Furies.
Meet award-winning author Steve Sheinkin in celebration of his book, Most Dangerous.
Dorinda Dallmeyer speaks on "Natural Curiosity and Natural History: John Bartram's Observations on the Land and Life in Georgia." Followed by a reception, book signing and gallery tour.