AUBURN, Ala.- The Auburn Public Library invites the public to a series of local author visits this fall.
Friday, Sept. 8, noon – Mark & Laura Steltenpohl
Ever wonder about the rocks along the roadside? The public is invited to join Mark & Laura Steltenpohl for a lunch-and-learn to talk about Alabama’s rich geological history. Attendees are welcome to bring a sack lunch. Books will be available for purchase, and an author signing will follow the event.
Saturday, Oct. 7, 2 p.m. – Allan & Dottie Gravely
Allan & Dottie Gravely have authored numerous Christian nonfiction titles, such as “Shoe Leather Church: Boots on the Ground Faith” (Allan) as well as personal memoirs, including “Alabama and Beyond: Creating a Lasting Legacy” (Dottie). Books will be available for purchase, and an author signing will follow the event.
Saturday, Oct. 14, 1 p.m. – Emberly Zellars
Children’s author Emberly Zellars will read from her debut book, “My Friend Maddy,” at Movers & Shakers story time. Free promotional items will be available, and signed copies of her book will be available for purchase.
These events are free and open to the public. For more information, email Library Events or call (334) 501-3296.
The Auburn Public Library was established in 1947 to serve the residents of Auburn, Alabama. Today, the Auburn Public Library inspires, enriches and delights our residents with vital and valuable resources, services and experiences. The Auburn Public Library provides residents with a collection that reflects the diverse and dynamic interests of our community, with access to public technology and information resources and with programs and activities that contribute to an engaged, literate and informed society. The Auburn Public Library is located at 749 E. Thach Ave.