Parker Palmer on Healing the Heart of Democracy: Civil Community, Creative Conflict and the Common Good
Bestselling author, internationally known educator and activist Parker J. Palmer will be in Seattle for three days in July.
Jul 16, 2013 05:30 PM
Jul 18, 2013 01:30 PM
With wisdom and wit, Parker Palmer will spark our local civic (and civil) understanding about how we each contribute to a politics worthy of the human spirit.
Are you frustrated with politics? Do you wonder if you can make a difference?
Spend a morning in a retreat led by Parker or enjoy a lunchtime panel presented in partnership with Seattle CityClub.
Half-day workshop with Parker, WEDNESDAY, July 17
8:00 – 11:30 am, Saint Mark’s Cathedral on Capitol Hill.
$99 incl. continental breakfast
Book signing to follow program.
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Civil Discourse: Moving to the Heart of the Matter, THURSDAY, July 18
Lunchtime panel with CityClub
Noon to 1:30pm, Town Hall Downstairs
With buffet lunch: $20 members. $25 co-promoters. $30 general public.
Coffee & Dessert option: $12 members. $15 co-promoters. $18 general public.
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SOLD OUT: Parker Palmer will be sharing his ideas about Healing the Heart of Democracy: Civil Community, Creative Conflict and the Common Good on Tuesday, July 16 at Benaroya Hall.
For more details, visit http://www.couragerenewal.org/july2013