Upcoming Events: September 2014


'BORED' meetings every Wednesday evening.
Temperance League meets on the first Tuesday of each month, and Parliament Sessions are held on the third Tuesday of each month.
Check the calendar for locations.


Greenwood Area Luncheon
Sat. October 4 - 12:00 p.m.
La Hacienda, near Lowes
515 Bypass 72, Suite C
(864) 943-4300


Anderson Owl Fest:
Thurs. September 11 - 5:30 p.m.
Carsons Steak Warehouse
150 W. Beltline Blvd.
(864) 226-9400
RSVP : Tom Summers - (864) 224-0653 by Sept 10


PAM Book Club:
Mon. September 8 - 11:00 a.m.
Earth Fare Supermarket Community Room
3620 Pelham Rd
(864) 527-4220

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The Monthly Speaker Meeting:
Sat. September 20 - 4:00 p.m.
Greenville County Library, Symmes Branch
1508 Pelham Road
(864) 288-6688

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First Friday Spartanburg:
Fri. October 3 - 6:00 p.m.
Chiefs Wings & Firewater
1519 John B. White, Sr. Blvd.
(864) 574-0371

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PAM Book Club and Out to Lunch Bunch
For September: Any novel by Pat Conroy

For September, we have chosen to read any book by South Carolina resident and living legend, Pat Conroy. Truth blended with fiction and literary genius have given us spell-binding stories even prior to 1972’s "The Water is Wide." Two of his novels have been made into Oscar nominated movies. We have a lucky thirteen choices, the latest being 2013’s The Death of Santini.

Come and share your favorite with the group and join us for lunch, too. We will reconvene for lunch about 12:30 at Le Peep, 3935A Pelham Road, Greenville, SC 29615, 864-558-0396. This breakfast/lunch restaurant is located across Pelham road from EarthFare, just a couple of minutes drive. It's in the same strip of stores as Five Guys. We'll help you find it. Come for lunch, even if you can't make it to the book club discussion.

(Photo: "Pat Conroy, Miami Book Fair International, 1995 " by MDCarchives is licensed under CC BY 3.0)

Author Pat Conroy

Larry Bounds

The Monthly Speaker Meeting
Larry Bounds: A Magician Among the Unexplained

Larry Bounds will share the history of psychic phenomenon in the Modern Age from his unique perspective as a professional magician. His experiences include many years with the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Corporation in its Gardner’s Museum of Witchcraft and Magic and the Ripley World of the Unexplained Museum. He has also performed with both American and European psychic presenters. Incidentally, his great grandfather was a seventh son of a seventh son and was well known to his East Tennessee neighbors for his contacts with the “other world” through the popular, late nineteenth century presentation of table-knocking. The multi-media presentation is at 4 pm on Saturday, September 20, at the Symmes Library Branch on Pelham Road in Greenville.

(Photo by Mensa member Ronald Allan Charles)