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Meet Ann Kearney, an expert on creating a joyful, adventurous family life with less stuff. Ann has wonderful life experiences to share about how much is possible on a limited budget. In 2016 she and her family of five sold their 2400 square foot home in Canton to live in a 24’ RV trailer and travel the country. For two years, as her husband found local work and her children tackled homeschooling, life was filled with trips to 53 National Parks and Monuments, other recreation areas, and countless opportunities to discover new interests. Now back living a stationary life and working on their fixer-upper house in Burlington, Ann continues to homeschool her three children. She cooks all of the family’s vegan meals and teaches all of her children life skills to cook, sew, knit, and experience the outdoors.
In addition to describing her experience, Ann will show how to create a digital dream board to visualize and clarify your goals, priorities and hopes in order to take the next steps in your own plans. She will describe what might be done to simplify your household possessions, to store keepsakes, and to meet all the family’s needs in an environmentally sound way for far less expense. You can live much more lightly on the land even if you don’t live in a trailer.
We invite you to participate in Ann’s talk for Canton Public Library on Tuesday, February 9, at 7 pm on Zoom, through a link we email to you. The program is free. To join us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain login information. For other questions please check out Ann’s website, https://abzadventure.com, or call/email Katie Bunn at the library, (860) 693-5800.
Inclement weather policy: If Canton schools or afterschool activities are cancelled for weather-related reasons, so too are events for teens and children at the Canton Public Library. The library is often still open, please contact us with questions or concerns at 860.693.5800.