HOW FREE CAN WE BE?*
Let’s share our experiences, knowledge, and wisdom about how we might become more aware, autonomous, and true to ourselves.
*Inspired by At the Existentialist Café: Freedom, Being and Apricot Cocktails, by Sarah Bakewell.
Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017
6:00 sharp (please arrive by 5:45) – 8:00
Adelphi University’s Manhattan Center
75 Varick Street , 2ND floor
To reserve a place, please register by RSVP to GrossAssoc@AOL.com
Government-issued ID required for entry to building, please.
Followed by our CNY Leaders’ “Huddle” at 8:15.
DIRECTIONS: Subways: #1 to Canal puts you on the corner of our block. Others to other stops on Canal Street, requiring some walking: A, C. or E to Canal; J, N, Q, R, W, Z or #6 to Canal. Bus: M20 stops at the front door. Please check with MTA subway/bus schedules to be sure your route is running on time (http://www.mta.info/).
TAKE-OUT: Excellent take-out can be purchased at THE MILL, located next to the building, and brought to the meeting. http://www.THEMILLTOGO.COM,
Government-issued ID required for entry to building. We on the 2nd floor, at the Manhattan Center of ADELPHI UNIVERSITY.
Conversations New York (www.conversationsnewyork.com) is a community of volunteers which has promoted more and better conversations among New Yorkers by such activities as quarterly CONVERSATION DAYS, these monthly Conversations, an on-line calendar featuring 1,000 conversations a year, and the first national symposium on The Power of Conversation, held at Columbia University.
To receive further information about this session and ensuing ones, please send an e-mail to Ron Gross at email@example.com