Halloween Hayride-Philosophy Walk for Youth

Our Halloween Hayride-Walk for youth is back! Wear your costumes and get ready for the fun on Sun. Oct. 23rd. Led by philosopher Mitch Conway with special guests. Hayride, storyteller, goodie bags, hot cider, and treats. This walk is geared esp. for youth! Learn more & RSVP here!

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

Our Fall symposia series will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous Worldviews 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 scholar Martin Ogle, M.S. (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & a TBD humanities scholar of Indigenous Studies. Learn more here!

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

Our Fall symposia series will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous Worldviews 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 scholar Martin Ogle, M.S. (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & a TBD humanities scholar of Indigenous Studies. Learn more here!

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

Our Fall symposia series will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous Worldviews 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 scholar Martin Ogle, M.S. (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & a TBD humanities scholar of Indigenous Studies. Learn more here!

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