Library to screen documentary about Dorchester sea level rise
EASTON — The Talbot County Free Library at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, will show the film “High Tide in Dorchester” on its big, professional screen.
This documentary was created to foster a conversation about sea level rise and erosion caused by climate change, and leverage that conversation into action.
In land area, Dorchester County is the fourth largest of Maryland’s 23 counties, but it is expected to drop to the 14th largest by 2100 — or sooner — as global warming causes waters to rise.
“High Tide in Dorchester” is a creation of the team of Sandy Cannon-Brown, Dave Harp and Tom Horton. Cannon-Brown will be on hand at the library to answer questions and discuss the film. If schedules permit, Harp and Horton will attend, as well.
All library programs are free and open to the public. Patrons do not need to pre-register to attend this screening. For more information, call the library at 410-822-1626 or visit www.tcfl.org. ----Online: www.hightideindorchester.org
The Talbot County Free Library will screen the documentary “High Tide in Dorchester” on Monday, Dec. 10. In the photo, Tom Horton stands where he played ball as a child.