Pushing the Limits reading series in Waterloo

The Waterloo Library will host a free four-part reading, viewing and discussion series for adults called Pushing the Limits. The series brings together books and video featuring authors, scientists and everyday people who thrive on exploring the natural world. We will also be partnering with Seneca Meadows to create a reuse and recycle design project that will help the library and community improve on how to live a Greener lifestyle. WHO: The series is open to all adults in the community and is led by Waterloo Library Staff and Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows.WHEN: The series will be held at 6pm on the last Wednesday of the month from February to May (2/26, 3/26, 4/30, 5/28).WHERE: The Waterloo Library, 31 East Williams Street, Waterloo, NY 13165WHY: The program is part of a national initiative funded by the National Science Foundation. The Waterloo Library is one of the rural public libraries nationwide hosting the series. The program has been developed by a team of library professionals, scientists, and filmmakers. Their organizations include Dartmouth College, the Association for Rural and Small Libraries, the Califa Group (a California-based library consortium), Dawson Media Group and Oregon State University. It offers an occasion to bring diverse groups together at the library to discuss how we as humans have imagined and achieved ways to push the boundaries of the physical world. CONTACT: Brandi Rozelle at the Waterloo Library, (315) 539-3313, email: [email protected]: For additional information, please visit the Waterloo Library and Historical Society on Facebook.

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