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Southern 'guru' to speak March 6 at Averitt Center
James Farmer coming to Statesboro
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James Farmer will speak Sunday, March 6 in the Emma Kelly Theater as part of annual lecture series.

            James Farmer has been described as "A skilled and entertaining speaker, he is truly a young and fresh voice for his generation. Whether he's teaching how to plan the perfect summer picnic, using everyday items to create exquisite tabletops, creating drop-dead gorgeous flower arrangements and wreaths or making his grandmother's skillet peach pie, Farmer masterfully guides his audience through the art of elegant garden living."
        Farmer will be the featured speaker for the 2016 Averitt Lecture Series set for 3 p.m. Sunday, March 6 in the Emma Kelly Theater inside the Averitt Center for the Arts.
        Farmer is now a well-known guru of all things Southern. In addition to his popular AllThingsFarmer.com blog, he is an editor-at-large for Southern Living magazine and a popular guest on national television and radio shows. You can view some of Farmer's designs and read more about him at www.JamesFarmer.com. Farmer's six books are available through www.Amazon.com and www.BooksAMillion.com.
        Tickets for the Averitt Lecture Series are $10, which includes a reception, too.
        Tickets are available for purchase at the Statesboro Herald or the box office of the Averitt Center for the Arts. All proceeds benefit the Georgia Southern Botanic Garden.
        Farmer's lecture is hosted by the Bulloch County Historical Society, with support from the Jack N. and Addie D. Averitt Foundation, Inc.

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