Maybe some of you haven't heard, but the world is ENDING this Friday! Friday, December 21st marks the end of the Mayan calendar, and many believe that this date also marks the end of the world.
Join us on Thursday, October 11 at 6:30 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall for a screening of Journey of the Universe for an epic story of cosmic, Earth, and human emergence. This documentary is a dramatic and expansive film that reimagines the universe story and
When walking the spiritual path, an understanding of the soul is extremely important. In the Esoteric Tradition, the soul is understood as the center of one's true identity. As such, it is seeking to express itself through its outer reflection, the personality (ego). Milestones to Enlightenment talk will give an introduction to spiritual initiation as conveyed within the Esoteric Philosophy. Spiritual initiations are always taken by the soul itself.
Join us on Thursday, September 20 at 7 pm in the Wolf Hall as we celebrate once more International Day of Ceasfire and Non-Violence. Our Attracting Peace program features this year a peace educator Lee McKenna who has over 20 years of experience working in conflict zones in Latin America. Come and learn about the economic, social and cultural roots of violence, the role of consciousness in combating violence and oppression and how to organize for social and political change.
The Imam’s Daughter is a story of survival of emotional and physical abuse, of courage, and a story of victory of a soul.
Author Amor Towles' Rules of Civility is a first novel that is also a New York Times bestseller. The setting is Manhattan in the late 1930's and it is the story of a young woman who, through a chance encounter on New Year's Eve, is catapulted into the upper echelons of N
Sterling Anderson and Stephanie Dart interviewed hundreds of unfaithful men across the country for their book: Does He Cheat?
What has faith to do with the Occupy movement? On Monday, March 26, 7pm at the Central branch library's Stevenson & Hunt Room, Rabbi Debra Dressler (Temple Israel), Dean Bill Danaher (Huron Univ. College) and Dr. Wael Haddara (Muslim Assoc. of Canada) weigh in on this fascinating topic, moderated by Larry Cornies of the London Free Press.