Philosophy Think & Drink

Reeder's Alley (Pavilion/Gazebo) 119 Reeder's Alley, Helena

Our Think & Drink gatherings are monthly (dojo) sessions that consist of a “meeting of the minds” over libations. An open mind & desire to engage in thoughtful dialogue (whether from a listening or contribution standpoint) is all that’s needed! Learn more here!

Philosophy Walk: “The Pursuit of Excellence”

Mount Helena Trailhead Helena, MT

In this walk led by philosopher David Nowakowski, we'll explore what it means for us to strive for excellence in our own lives and to appreciate the excellence of others. Learn more & RSVP here!

Philosophy Think & Drink

Reeder's Alley (Pavilion/Gazebo) 119 Reeder's Alley, Helena

Our Think & Drink gatherings are monthly (dojo) sessions that consist of a “meeting of the minds” over libations. An open mind & desire to engage in thoughtful dialogue (whether from a listening or contribution standpoint) is all that’s needed! Learn more here!

Philosophy Think & Drink

Reeder's Alley (Pavilion/Gazebo) 119 Reeder's Alley, Helena

Our Think & Drink gatherings are monthly (dojo) sessions that consist of a “meeting of the minds” over libations. An open mind & desire to engage in thoughtful dialogue (whether from a listening or contribution standpoint) is all that’s needed! Learn more here!

Food For Thought Fundraiser 2022 – NO MORE TICKETS AVAILABLE/SOLD OUT!

Elkhorn View Lodge 88 Howard Beer Rd., Clancy

A fun night of food, drinks, entertainment, and thought-provoking conversations with inspiring thinkers. Our "Food for Thought" fundraiser is on Saturday, August 13th at Elkhorn View Lodge. Enjoy the night & support a great cause. Learn more here!

$150.00

Philosophy Think & Drink

Reeder's Alley (Pavilion/Gazebo) 119 Reeder's Alley, Helena

Our Think & Drink gatherings are monthly (dojo) sessions that consist of a “meeting of the minds” over libations. An open mind & desire to engage in thoughtful dialogue (whether from a listening or contribution standpoint) is all that’s needed! Learn more here!

Philosophy Workshop: “How to Meditate with a Text”

Reeder's Alley (Caretaker's Lawn) 101 Reeder's Alley, Helena

For thousands of years, people seeking after wisdom have approached important texts as invitations for meditation, whose treasures can be uncovered through careful, deliberate practices of attention. In this workshop, we’ll explore some of these techniques, combining practical instruction with reflections on the theoretical and conceptual background needed to make sense of the practices. Learn more & RSVP here!

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Philosophy Symposia: Our Relationship with Nature (Gaia & Indigenous Perspectives)

Our Fall symposia will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous perspectives and involve discussions and reflections about the inter-connectivity of earth (and its inhabitants), mythology, science, literature, and ethics. Friday, September 23rd – Sunday, September 25th. Featuring guest scholars Martin Ogle, MS (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & Lailani Upham, MA (Educator, Journalist, Storyteller, Environmentalist, Amskapi Pikuni (Blackfeet Nation) tribal member, and a descendent from the Aaniiih, Nakoda, and Dakota tribes).

Recurring

Philosophy Symposia: Our Relationship with Nature (Gaia & Indigenous Perspectives)

Our Fall symposia will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous perspectives and involve discussions and reflections about the inter-connectivity of earth (and its inhabitants), mythology, science, literature, and ethics. Friday, September 23rd – Sunday, September 25th. Featuring guest scholars Martin Ogle, MS (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & Lailani Upham, MA (Educator, Journalist, Storyteller, Environmentalist, Amskapi Pikuni (Blackfeet Nation) tribal member, and a descendent from the Aaniiih, Nakoda, and Dakota tribes).

Recurring

Philosophy Symposia: Our Relationship with Nature (Gaia & Indigenous Perspectives)

Our Fall symposia will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous perspectives and involve discussions and reflections about the inter-connectivity of earth (and its inhabitants), mythology, science, literature, and ethics. Friday, September 23rd – Sunday, September 25th. Featuring guest scholars Martin Ogle, MS (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & Lailani Upham, MA (Educator, Journalist, Storyteller, Environmentalist, Amskapi Pikuni (Blackfeet Nation) tribal member, and a descendent from the Aaniiih, Nakoda, and Dakota tribes).

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