The program will take place 4-5:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Wells Fargo Private Bank Community Room, 255 S. County Road, Palm Beach.
Mr. Silvin has published five books, including a memoir about his friendship with the Duchess of Windsor; a history of Palm Beach seen through the eyes of architect Addison Mizner; and a historical novel about the SS Normandie.
The remaining three programs in this series will take place in the Royal Poinciana Chapel’s Fellowship Hall, 60 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach. The series has expanded from three to four programs.
“The series was very well-received the past two seasons and there are so many outstanding speakers here locally to choose from, so we added a fourth program this season,” said Enid Pollack, program committee chair.The rest of the series:
¦ Jan. 21: Robert Watson PhD. will present “Is Civility Dead…and Does It Matter?” Watson is an award-winning author who has published 40 books and hundreds of scholarly articles on history and politics.
¦ Feb. 19: Richard D’Elia PhD will present “Churchill: France, India and Other Little-Known Controversies.” D’Elia is a retired U.S. Army officer and a college professor.
¦ March 18: Deborah Pollack, a Palm Beach art dealer, author and speaker, will present “Beauty and a Couple of Beasts.”To celebrate its 25th anniversary season, the Fellowship is offering a variety of programs with the theme “Seeking Common Ground.” The Fellowship was founded in 1993 by a handful of Palm Beach residents who were determined to take aim at intolerance and discrimination.
“This is the third season for Sunday Conversations, our lecture series designed to bring people of all backgrounds together to share common interests,” said Fellowship Chairman John C. Randolph. “The presenters are all top-notch speakers on a variety of historical and cultural topics.”
Light refreshments will be served. Reservations are requested. Visit www.palmbeachfellowship.net or call 561-833-6150. ¦