Life in Laurel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Life in Laurel is a monthly round table discussion of Laurel history co-sponsored by the Laurel Public Library and the Laurel Historical Society. Each discussion begins with a topic related to Laurel and the conversation goes from there. Enjoy learning something new, chatting about local history, and asking questions over light refreshments.

Life in Laurel is held monthly – typically the last Thursday of the month – from September through May at Laurel Public Library from 10:30 AM to 12:00 noon. 

2019-2020 Schedule

The next Life in Laurel meeting will be held on October 31.  The topic is “Ghosts, Goblins, and the Great Cypress Swamp.” 

Some prior topics have included:

  • 20th century Laurel historians
  • Laurel High School football coach George Schollenberger
  • Civil War in Laurel
  • Railroad in Laurel
  • Laurel’s movie theater
  • Favorite meals
  • Fires in Laurel
  • Historic churches
  • High school dance
  • “Neither Snow, Nor Rain, Nor Gloom of Night” – Mail Delivery in Laurel
  • Hefting Melons at “The Block”
  • Laurel High School: The Military Years