Join us for this filmed interview with Gregg Braden: The Science of Miracles, on Wednesday, November 18th in the Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library at 7pm.
Medical Tourism is the growing phenomena of combining your vacation with a wanted or needed medical procedure. Travelling overseas for dental, cosmetic and medical care can save you hundreds to thousands of dollars. Knowing where to go for which procedure, who to trust and what to watch out for can save you even more. Before travelling be sure to check out the new Medical Tourism Travel Guide available at London Public Library.
Join us for the last philosophy lecture in this year series Philosophy and the Emotions. From Eros to Agape: Love in Ancient and Medieval Times will be on Wednesday, October 28th in the Stevenson & Hunt room A at 7pm, Central Library. Henrik Lagerlund will be talking about different views of love through the ages and the contrast between eros or sexual/passionate love and adape or unconditional /self-less love, long dominating Western society.
The program is free, no registration required
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"Men Get Depression", a third film in the Windows into the Mind series will be presented on Thursday, October 15th at 7 pm, in the Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library.
The Medicated Child is a first presentation in 2009 Windows into the Mind film series on Thursday, October 1st at 7 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library. Millions of U.S children are taking psychiatric drugs, most never tested on kids. Good medicine- or an uncontrolled experiment?
A weekly meeting for beginning meditators and those interested in learning Buddhist meditation techniques. We will introduce Shamata, Vipassana, Maitri, and walking meditation and look at the Buddhist understanding behind these practices. This six-week course is open to anyone looking for support and guidance to establish and maintain a daily meditation practice. Chairs will be provided; bring cushions or benches if you have them.
Tuesdays, September 22nd - October 27th, 7-8 pm
Central Library, Stevenson & Hunt Room
The United Nations has declared September 21st International Day of Peace, a day of global ceasefire and non-violence. Please join us in recognizing International Peace Day with
Thursday, September 24th, 7-9 pm
Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library