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Library's survival series goes north
"Never Cry Wolf" is a Walt Disney movie. - photo by Studio photo

The public is invited to the second of a free four-part movie and discussion series, "Pushing the Limits" for adults, at the Pembroke Library on Feb. 24.

Explore the limits of survival, nature, connection and knowledge in everyday life; stories about real people.

The theme is "Pushing the Limits of Nature" in everyday life and includes a movie, door prizes and pizza provided by Deano’s Pizza.

The PG-rated movie, "Never Cry Wolf," starts at 6 p.m. The 1983 movie sends a government researcher to research the "menace" of wolves in the north, but who learns about the benefits and positive nature of the species. With Charles Martin Smith, and Brian Dennehy.

A book recommended for the discussion, "When the Killing’s Done" by T. C. Boyle, is available at the library.

Film historian Jim Reed will moderate. His column, "Film Scene," appears in the Savannah Morning News’ DoSavannah.

The library is one of 100 rural public libraries nationwide receiving funding from the National Science Foundation for this series. It is at 1018 Camellia Drive. Call 912-653-2822 to sign up.

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