We all want to be stronger, smarter, and more aware, but how and why do we "Push the Limits"? How do advances in science and technology affect our lives every day? Get involved in these questions in a new four-event reading, viewing, and discussion series here at the Library.
For our first event from 6 pm - 7 pm on February 24, Alli Chase and David Shamsi will lead a discussion about the book "Arctic Drift," by Clive Cussler, watch an author interview, and watch a "human interest video" about a family that "pushes the limits" of their machinery and knowledge daily in running the farm, modifying their competition combine for the annual combine derby, dealing with a water shortage, and fending off the administration of the closest city, which wants to tap their well. The book does not have to be read prior to this event in order to participate. There will be light refreshments.
Stop by the library to check out a display of books and videos related to survival.
Pushing the Limits is a reading, viewing and discussion program for adults in communities served by rural libraries, made possible by a grant from the National Science Foundation.