Keeneland Library Lecture Series Returns in January, February


Keeneland | Coady

The popular Keeneland Library Series, which features new works about Thoroughbred racing, will kick off 2020 with two programs that go beyond highlighting traditional nonfiction material when Robin Traywick Williams discusses her award-winning novel, “The Key to the Quarter Pole,” Tuesday, Jan. 21, and the documentary film “Born to Rein” is shown Tuesday, Feb. 4.

“Our Lecture Series continues to showcase the culminating work of researchers who have tapped into the Keeneland Library’s resources to generate new contributions to the industry record,” Head Librarian Roda Ferraro said. “We are pleased to provide varied writers and artists a platform to share those contributions.”

The Library Lecture Series is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Guests can reserve a ticket at or call 859 254-3412 and ask for Keeneland Ticketing. Registered guests may check in at the Library entrance. Doors open at 6 p.m. ET, and the event begins at 6:30 p.m.

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