and author Rachel Carson warned the world of the potentially dire environmental
impact of chemical pesticides in her best-selling 1962 book, Silent Spring. In this living-history
program set in 1963, actress and historian Leslie Goddard portrays Carson as
she discusses her childhood love for the living world, her passion for writing,
and her work to awaken the world to the beauty and fragility of nature.
Hybrid event with virtual presenter.
Live on Zoom. Register to receive the information to join. A limited number of seats are available in-person at the library. To register for an in-person space, click here.
Event Type(s): One Book, Online Program, History, Science, Adult Program