Sunapee hosts Sustainable Living Study Circle

There’s still time to join Choices for  Sustainable Living, a study circle meeting at Sunapee’s Abbott Library, says Library Director John Walden. The discussion course meets at the town library on Thursdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tonight’s October 8th session is the second of seven meetings and will delve into “ecological principles.”

In an age when the word sustainable means a lot of things and reflects many ideals, this series gives us an opportunity to dig deeper into our own lives and decide what the term means to us, our families, and our community. — Mario Capozzoli, Sunapee.

“The fashion in which the Vermont Earth Institute (VEI) suggests we run our sessions allows each participant time for reflection, serious thought, and casual chit chat that revolves around a rigorous roster of well researched readings,” added Capozzoli.” I find this a successful way to explore new ideas in a small group setting.”

The library has the coursebook available for loan; participants read a chapter each week prior to meeting. For more information, call Abbott Library at 603-763-5513 or email info@abbottlibrary.org.

Capozzoli is founder of greatgrandmother.org–“your portal to an edible world”– a website devoted to the local sourcing of food and sustainable practices.

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