Discuss Climate Change and Films at Key Center Library

Community members will have an opportunity to participate in a discussion after viewing the films.

Local residents are invited to discuss climate change and films they will watch together during free events at Key Center Pierce County Library in March.

Friday, March 8, 7 p.m. Climate Change

Why was Hurricane Sandy so devastating? Learn about climate change, and what citizens can do about it, from climate leader and physicist Gary Klauminzer.

Sundays: March 10, March 17 and March 24, at 2 p.m. Silver Cinema Series

The Silver Cinema Series will focus on the art of aging in film and community. Each documentary film will feature the life of a person who made a positive difference in creative, social and spiritual realms.

Moviegoers will have an opportunity to participate in a discussion after viewing the films.

The Mustard Seed Project and Friends of the Key Center Library sponsor these free events, and will provide refreshments. Transportation will be available. For more information, contact The Mustard Seed Project at 253-884-9814.

Harborite February 20, 2013 at 11:29 PM
It makes no sense spending time talking about climate change as it's been changing one way or another since the beginning of time.
Joseph February 21, 2013 at 07:12 PM
Right on!! We would still be under 200 feet of ice if it weren't for "Climate Change."


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