We all have our own mountains to climb. Your mountain may be a
4,000-footer in the White Mountains. But it could also be going to
college, getting a job, bringing up children or caring for aging
parents. Maybe your mountain is reorganizing a business, tackling a
difficult project, losing weight or starting an exercise program. It’s
your own personal mountain and it is hard.

It’s Not About the Hike is a presentation that will bring you into your heart, lift your spirits, and inspire you to climb that next mountain in your life. It is a not a presentation of “look at these two women…see what they did.” It is a presentation of “look inside you…you can do it too.” You will want to go back and hear it again and again, bringing friends and family to share the experience.

This hour-long program highlights the journey of two 50 plus year old
non-hikers who one day decided to climb the 67 mountains in New
England over 4,000 feet. Nancy Sporborg and Pat Piper are two ordinary
women who went on an extraordinary journey over the mountain summits
and into their hearts. This is the story of what they found inside
themselves as they hiked over 1,000 miles to the tops of over 170
mountains through all four seasons.

This presentation is for everyone — hikers and non-hikers, people who
are sedentary or active, outdoor enthusiasts and indoor home bodies,
10 year-olds and 90 year-olds and everyone in between. The presentation
It’s Not About the Hike is an inspirational and motivational program
about pushing ourselves outside of our comfort zones, overcoming our
fears, finding our passions and living our lives to the fullest.

This talk is a multi-media presentation including movies, music and
photographs. It is both humorous and touching, as the speakers share
about their personal lives in a way that makes the message and
learning universal.

Please come hear their story at 7 p.m. on Wed., July 21st at the library.

“It’s Not About the Hike” Program at 7 p.m. on Wed., July 21st
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