Pushing the Limits is Here!

A fun new way to introduce S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) to older adults by way of a “book club”. Please read the description below for more information.

Pushing the Limits is a S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Program designed for older Adults.  During this program, adults will read books that pertain to certain themes as related to S.T.E.M. over the course of several months.  This year’s themes are: Tradition, Transformation, Motion and Heritage.  Sign-up begins on August 26th and will run through September 9th.  On September 10th, registrants may pick up the first book, “Friday Night Lights”, by H.G. Bissinger.  Our 1st meeting is tentatively set for Thursday, October 17th at 6 PM in the Community Event Room of The Richards Library.  All meetings should last no more than 1 hour.  To register, call The Richards Library at 518-623-3011 or stop by in person.  For additional information, call the library at the aforementioned phone number and ask for Mike Sullivan.  This is a fun and informative program and we hope you will join us, meet new people and share your ideas and opinions! 

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