Farmer featured in Hollis lectures at Carnegie

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James Farmer will introduce his newest book, “Dinner on the Grounds,” in the first in a series of Hollis lectures at the Newnan Carnegie Library Monday, May 12, at 6 p.m. in the second floor auditorium.

The Edgar B. Hollis Distinguished Speakers Series is on the theme “Georgia Treasures.”

Farmer, a fresh young voice from Kathleen, Ga., has appeared on NBC’s “Today Show,” Paula Deen’s “Best Dishes,” HGTV Gardening and is a Southern Living editor at large, author, cook, landscape and interior designer, garden-to-table lifestyle expert and lover of small town life.

He is a 2013 “10 under 40” honoree.

A book signing will follow his presentation.

For more information contact library director Amy Mapel. The Carnegie is at 1 LaGrange St. on Newnan’s Court Square. Reservations are requested – all 770-683-1347.



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