Lunch & Learn Programs @ Main Library

Join your neighbors at the library in Statesville for “Lunch & Learn” programs. The programs feature authors and speakers from our community discussing a wide range of topics, including health, literature and the arts. Programs are Wednesdays from 12:00 p.m. until 1:00 p.m.

The public is invited to bring a brown bag lunch and eat while enjoying an entertaining and informative program. The Iredell Friends of the Library will provide drinks and desserts for these free programs.

Wednesday, December 31 @ Noon

Radio Controlled Model Flyers

RC Flyer

Learn about the fascinating hobby of RC Model Flying from members of the Statesville Model Flyers Club. Find out how to get started with RC Flyers and see some examples of model planes.

Wednesday, January 7 @ Noon

What Are You Reading Book Club

What Are Your Reading Book Club

If you love to read, talk about books and discover new titles and authors, this is the book club for you! Come ready to share information about a book you want to recommend to others. No preregistration required.

Wednesday, January 14 @ Noon

The Mystery of Robert E. Lee

Robert E. Lee

Professor Elliot Engel examines the unusual forces which shaped Lee's early life, and reveals the man beneath the monument in this DVD presentation.

Wednesday, January 21

Getting To and Through Retirement - An Educational Seminar


Kevin Phinney, a registered representative with First Investors Corporation will discuss financial planning for those nearing retirement, as well as strategies to manage one's income after retirement.

Wednesday, January 28 @ Noon

Skype with Author Dan Walsh

Dan Walsh

Join us for a live video conference with author Dan Walsh. Walsh writes character-driven novels, both contemporary and historical. Several of his books are love stories and family-life dramas, often compared by reviewers to the works of Nicholas Sparks. He also writes suspense novels. Walsh says, "Even when writing inspirational books, I want to keep the pages turning. My goal, whether writing contemporary or historical, inspirations or suspense, is for my readers to feel satisfied and thoroughly entertained."