Historic Macon hosts a series of lectures and talks known as Sidney’s Salons in honor of the famed poet Sidney Lanier. Historic Macon inherited the Sidney Lanier Cottage from the Middle Georgia Historical Society and continues to uphold the legacy of Sidney Lanier through these programs.
Salons are generously supported by Capital City Bank and Bob and Carolyn Hargrove.
All Salons begin with a reception at 5:30pm and the presentation begins at 6pm. Salons are free for members, $5 for non-members, and $3 for students.
On Tuesday, August 14th, Historic Macon is pleased to host Mercer professor David Davis, who will be speaking about his new book: World War I and Southern Modernism. This book explores "the impact of the Great War on southern writing".
Beginning with a reception at 5:30pm and the presentation begins at 6pm. Salons take place at the Sidney Lanier Cottage (935 High St.) and are open to the public.
Admission is $5 for non-members and $3 for students. Salons are free for Historic Macon members