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Tar Sands Documentary
"Tipping Point" is a documentary about the mining of tar sands in Alberta, Canada told from several points of view including the indigenous Indians, the Canadian government, the corporations, scientists and physicians. The film will be screened by the Lexington Global Warming Action Coaltion, LexGWAC.org at Cary Library. Admission is free and open to the public.
More About Cary Memorial Library
Cary Memorial Library was renovated and expanded, reopening in April 2004, with a larger children's room, more public service spaces, enhanced meeting rooms and technological advances. There is a meeting room that seats 125 people, and numerous quiet study areas available. The library also offers a children's room, young adult collection, adult fiction and non-fiction collections, reference materials and a range of audiovisual material.
Other events here
- The Dream Realized: Lexington Author Meikle Paschal Shares His Personal Journey Thu, May 30, 7:00 pm