UNION — The Vose Library will feature “A Young Family’s Travel Adventures that Led them to a Home in Maine” as part of its “Zoom with Vose at 6 p.m.” series on Wednesday, March 17.

Polly Brandoff, a nomad at heart, a sociocultural anthropologist and a mom, will share the experiences from her family’s adventurous journey around the United States in 2019. She will reflect on the ups and downs of traveling across the country with her husband, a toddler and a dog, while also working remotely.

One sunny day that January, Brandoff and her family gave up their Florida apartment, donated most of their furniture, moved their sentimental objects to a small storage container, and stuffed their car with everything they would live off of for a year.

In search of a place to call home, they traveled across 22 states, stopping for a week or for a month at different points of interest — exploring, learning, meeting new people, and ultimately becoming different people themselves. In miles, their journey spans about a third of the length of the Earth at the equator.

After countless adventures on the road, they have chosen Midcoast Maine to be their home.

To request an invitation and password to this event, email [email protected] by 3 p.m. March 17.

The library, located at 392 Common Road, is currently open for curbside pick up services and in-person by appointment.

For more information, call 207-785-4733 or visit voselibrary.org.