‍‍‍‍‍‍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. The program is the work of a team of library professionals, scientists, and filmmakers from organizatio‍‍‍ns including Dartmouth College, the Association for Rural and Small Libraries, the Califa Library Group, Public Library Association, Dawson Media Group, Institute for Learning Innovations, Goodman Research Group, and Oregon State University.

The Land of the Painted Caves
b‍‍‍y Jean M. Auel

When the Killing's Done
‍‍‍by T.C. Boyl‍‍‍e

by Erick Larson

‍‍‍Arctic ‍‍‍Drift
by Clive Cussler and Dirk Cussler

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James Green, will lead a discussion of the book and videos of human interest stories.  He has studied Civil Engineering, Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics.  James has also learned Basic programming in the early years of PC's, and continued to spend years in product development for large scale computer systems as well as management positions in various computer companies.  He has had a lifelong interest in science, astronomy, natural history and aviation.  Please join us for this exciting STEM program for adults.


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Explore ideas about Motion and Heritage.

Pushing the Limits is partly a viewing, reading and discussion program series for adults to explore everyday science. This series brings together articles/books and video featuring everyday people who are pushing their own limits every day.

Since the beginning of time, humans have imagined and achieved ways to push the boundaries of the physical world.  We want to be stronger, smarter, and more aware, and we create stories to bring those dreams to life.  But many of those stories are no longer just stories; and with great new advances in science and technology, we are finding ways in which all of us are able to push the limits every day.

The Pushing the Limits program will explore these ideas in discussions that will include feature film quality videos and articles or books.  The overarching theme is one of real people, real stories and real science.

All programs will be held at Louisburg Library. Please REGIST‍‍‍ER to participate in this continuing series.  - All Sessions Closed until Fall 2018

March 13 & April 10, 2018
2nd Tuesday of the month
7:00 pm @ Louisburg Library

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‍‍‍Theme 7:  MOTION‍‍‍
Tuesday, March 13
7:00 pm @ Louisburg Library

Theme 8:  HERITAGE‍‍‍
Tuesday, April 10
7:00 pm @ Louisburg Library

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Station Ele‍‍‍ven‍‍‍
by Emily St. John Mandel

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
by William Kamkwamba

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
by William Kamkwamba