This year’s selection is Hope Beneath Our Feet: Restoring Our Place in the Natural World edited by Martin Keogh.
This anthology poses the question:
In a time of environmental crisis, how can we live right now?
It collects meditations, stories, and essays from prominent environmentalists, writers, poets, grassroots activists, religious figures, CEOs, artists and more… including:
- Diane Ackerman
- Barbara Kingsolver
- Bill McKibben
- Michael Pollan
- Francis Moore Lappe
- Alice Walker
- Vandana Shiva
- Howard Zinn
Their responses help illustrate to readers positive actions, meditations, and ideas in which to channel energy and fight hopelessness and stagnation through engagement and participation. It’s a celebration of what we can do for ourselves, our community, and our world!
Join the Discussion!
When: Thursday, March 12 @ 6pm
Where: Hyde School Mansion, 616 High Street in Bath (Google Map)
Join KELT volunteer, Jenifer Van Deusen, and a diverse group of community leaders for engaging discussion. We’ll tackle the book’s pivotal question and attempt to add local and regional insight.
Delectable refreshments will be served thanks to Solo Bistro.
To register for the discussion event, please contact KELT at 442-8400 or email Becky Kolak.
KELT has two copies of Hope Beneath Our Feet for loan. Contact the office to check availability.
The evening event is free and open to the public thanks to the generous sponsorship of First Federal Savings Bank and The Merrymeeting Bay Trust.