EVENTS

Talks & Signings

Member of the SC Humanities Speakers Bureau

Speaker? Visit http://www.schumanities.org  Contact me at tompol@earthlink.net

2021

Feb 25, Clemson University, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Feb 2, University of Georgia Mary Frances Early College of Education

June 24, Zoom Talk, “The Last Sunday Drive,” Lexington County Library at 6:30

July 9, Taping SCETV show, “By The River,” Beaufort, SC

July 10, Author Book Sale, 314 Penn St, Edgefield, SC, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

July 13, Community Center, Fairfield County

Aug. 3, Still Hopes, Classic Carolina Road Trips, West Columbia, SC 3:30

Aug. 7, Beech Island Agriculture Club, Beech Island, SC, Noon.

Aug. 8, Little Stevens Creek Baptist Church

Aug. 26, Lexington Country Club, Stories, 11:30 a.m.

Sept. 2, SC State Library/Georgia Center for the Book Virtual Interview of Philip D’Anieri of THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL: A BIOGRAPHY

Sept. 7, Address USC Honors Class, USC, Cola SC

Sept. 21, Oasis Club, Salem Methodist Church, Irmo, SC, Time TBD

Oct. 4, Private Event

Oct. 20, Palmetto Garden Club

Oct. 20, Banksia Museum, Aiken, SC

Oct. 23, SCOPe Conference, City Municipal Auditorium, Aiken, SC 9:30 a.m.

Oct. 23, Colleton County Museum, SC’s Back Roads, 2 p.m.

Dec. 8, University of SC DAR, 2:30, Eau Claire Presbyterian Church, SC Back Roads

2022

Jan. 20, Long Cane DAR Chapter, McCormick, SC

Feb. 5, US Daughters of 1812, Charleston Chapter, Summerville, 11 a.m.

March 13, Lancaster, Afternoon of Prose & Poetry, Featured Reader, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

April 12, McKissick Study Club in Greenwood at 11:30 at the Greenwood Country Club

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