In April, the Belcourt Theatre was packed with 332 Friends of Vanderbilt Libraries to watch Marshall Chapman, Matraca Berg, Lee Smith and Jill McCorkle perform “Stories & Songs.” If you missed the event, more on the amazing night may be found in the May 20 New York Times article by Margaret Renkl, “Shame and Salvation in the American South.”
If you enjoy literary and musical evenings with notable thinkers, fascinating exhibits, cultural and political discussions and access to world-class resources, then we need to be friends! The Friends of Vanderbilt Libraries are an active group who support and advocate for the libraries by engaging and inspiring the Vanderbilt and Nashville communities. We host evenings with rare book experts, talks about the history of card playing, readings by award-winning authors, and so much more.
If you’d like to learn more about Friends of Vanderbilt’s Libraries’ programs and talks, please email Nancy Dwyer.