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2008 Harvard Humanist of the Year, This Saturday

Posted on : Dec-03-2008 | By : Rebecca | In : Event


I may be at the free lecture in the morning! Be sure to register if you’d like to attend the seminar. Here’s the info, from Greg Epstein, chaplain of the Harvard Humanists:

The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard presents:

The 2008 “Harvard Humanist of the Year” Lincoln Lecture & Parenting Beyond Belief Seminar with Dale McGowan, Ph.D.

Saturday, December 6th Fong Auditorium of Boylston Hall in Harvard Yard

Register now/while space remains!


For more info:


The program:

Harvard Humanist of the Year Lincoln Lecture: “Parenting Beyond Belief” 11:00 am -12:00 pm (free and open to the public)

Lunch (seminar registrants only; kids eat free with parents) 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Parenting Beyond Belief Seminar 1:00 pm – 5:00pm

The Parenting Beyond Belief Seminar offers encouragement and practical solutions for secular parenting in a religious world. Based on the freethinking philosophy of the book Newsweek called “a compelling read,” the seminar empowers secular parents to raise ethical, caring, confident kids without religion.
Co-sponsored by Charlie’s Playhouse: making toys and games that teach kids about evolution, natural selection and the work of Charles Darwin. Visit http://charliesplayhouse.com

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