On Sunday, September 11 at 4pm at Cary Hall (1605 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington), Bill McKibben–climate activist, writer and founder of 350.org and Third Act–will speak about his latest book (and sign books afterward) and other topics. A prolific author and major voice on the environment, Bill’s newest book is The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon: A Graying American Looks Back at his Suburban Boyhood and Wonders What the Hell Happened. The title of the talk is “Lexington and a Troubled World–Looking Back and Looking Forward.”
The event is free and open to the public, and you can get more information at LexCAN.org. Masks are encouraged.
Presented by Lexington Climate Action Network and co-sponsored by: Cary Memorial Library, SustainabLEX, Energize Lexington, Sustainable Lexington Committee, Lexington Living Landscapes, Mothers Out Front Lexington, LPS Green Teams, Citizens for Lexington Conservation, LexZeroWaste Collaborative, Lexington Green Network, Sustainable Middlesex, and 350MA MetroNorth.