The Ashton Public Library Presents: Pushing the Limits, A reading viewing and discussion series.
We want to be stronger, smarter and more aware, But how and why do we push the Limits? How do advances and technology affect our lives every day? Get involved in these questions and more in our four part reading, viewing and discussion series at the Ashton Public Library that is to begin on Saturday march 22nd at 1:00 pm.
Each section will focus on the topics of nature, connection, survival and knowledge and will include a book discussion and the viewing of two short videos. A light lunch will be served and the participants will receive a free copy of all four books.
- when the killings done by TC.Boyle
- Thunderstruck by Eric Larson
- Artic Drift by Clive cluster
- the land of the painted caves by Jean M Auel
Contact Heather at the Ashton Library to register or for more information, Phone: 724-6426, Email: email@example.com
Pushing the limits is a reading, viewing and discussion program for adults in communities served by rural libraries, made possible by A grant form the national science foundation.