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Diane Flynt, Southern Apples Lost and Found: The People & Places Behind 300 Years of Apples in the South

February 20 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Join Greensboro Bound, Well-Spring Retirement Community, and the Greensboro Public Library as we welcome DIANE FLYNT. A multiple-time James Beard Award finalist for Outstanding Wine, Spirits, or Beer Professional, Flynt founded Foggy Ridge Cider in 1997 after leaving her corporate career and produced cider until 2018. She now sells cider apples from the Foggy Ridge orchards in the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains. READ MORE ABOUT DIANE.

A light reception and book signing will follow the conversation with Diane.


This event is free and open to the public, however, a reservation is required.


This event is presented as part of the Greensboro Public Library’s One City, One Book event offerings. Every other year, the Greensboro Public Library, along with the Greensboro Public Library Foundation and a host of community partners, sponsors the One City, One Book community read. This year’s selection is The Carolina Table: North Carolina Writers on Food, a collection of essays exploring our heritage through food-related stories set in North Carolina, edited by the late Randall Kenan. The library is hosting a series of events and book discussions related to the One City, One Book read.  Be sure to check out the full listing of events on their events calendar.




February 20
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Well-Spring Retirement Community – Virginia Somerville Sutton Theatre
4100 Well Spring Drive
Greensboro, NC 27410
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Greensboro Bound