Lionel King will present a discussion on classical music at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the library. He will discuss the history, styles and characteristics of classical music and provide musical examples and illustrations. King has taught and directed music for more than 25 years and has been the band director for Citrus County schools for 16 years. In 1982, he started string programs at Inverness Middle and Citrus High schools and now is in his third year as the full-time orchestra teacher at both schools. He has been the director of performing arts at the Citrus County Art League's Festival of the Arts for the past 21 years and directs the chancel and bell choirs at First Presbyterian Church of Inverness, where he serves as minister of music.
The library will show John Huston's Dublin and Atea: Search for the World's Deepest Cave at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.