Well, we’re in the final leg of 2020 — a year that, for obvious reasons, has been a challenging one for us all. While 2020 has helped to reveal society’s deep fissures (and in many ways ripped them wide open), it has also shown us another picture — the possibility of a better WE. This is, I think, among our most important tasks in 2021…keeping this possibility alive and moving toward that horizon TOGETHER. With gratitude & kindness…please enjoy our Merlin 2020 EOY Newsletter. Read more here!
Well….2020 has been a doozy thus far. That’s putting it beyond lightly. Every one of his has been affected in some shape or form from the world events. This is what it has felt like for us! Amidst this whirlwind, it’s our sincere hope that you and your loved ones are well, safe & healthy. We’ve been doing our best to respond & adapt accordingly (and not get too grated in the process!). Here’s a newsletter highlighting what we’ve been up to & things on the radar this Fall. Read more here!
We love our annual newsletters. They’re our way of honoring “the joy that you are” & the joy you bring to us! This year’s letter is an invitation to re-live some of the philosophical adventures of 2019, as well as an extended hand to join us on more in 2020. It features highlights from our 2019 activities, things we’ve been up to in public philosophy, announcements & thanks you’s, and things on the radar for 2020. We had a great time putting it together & hope you enjoy the ride!
As this year comes to a close…we want to say THANK YOU. 2018 has been an amazing year and we couldn’t have done it without you. This newsletter features highlights from our 2018 philosophy in the community activities, as well as a sneak peek at some of the new programs we will be offering and things on the radar for 2019. We had a great time creating it and are excited to be sharing it with you. We hope you enjoy!
We are very honored to have been selected as a grant recipient by Humanities Montana for our 2018-2019 Philosophy Symposium-Walk Series “The Environment, Ethics & Stewardship.” Humanities Montana is an independent, nonprofit affiliate organization of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) that provides support for educational and cultural public…
Last year we were pleased to release our inaugural newsletter, highlighting the various philosophy services and activities that we hosted & participated in 2016. This year, we have decided to do an bi-annual newsletter — not because we want to clutter up your in-boxes but, rather, because we were excited to share with you what has been going with our org this year and give you a preview of what’s on the radar for the rest of summer and fall.
We are thrilled to share our inaugural 2016 Merlin Mailer Newsletter with you. In it you will find highlights of the various philosophy services and activities that we have hosted & participated in over the course of the past year since our office doors opened in the Winter of 2015, as well as things on the radar for 2017.