Did you know that 5% of the population have asymmetric eyes and cannot see in 3D? Susanna Zaraysky will speak about her life seeing in 2D and the vision therapy she did to rewire her brain to see in more depth.
Local poet Dave Denny will be reading his poetry and the SASV Band will be leading us in some feel good summer songs for singing together. (Paws up!)
Ken Wharton Ken Wharton, Professor of Physics and Astronomy from SJSU will examine the possibilities of time travel. So set your time machines now so you don't miss 11am on June 11.
We meet at 890 Church Street in Mountain View in a funky old building called the Masonic Lodge. There's tea, coffee, and donuts for socializing and a live band leading us in four fun pop songs to sing together.
**Update: Let's meet at the donkey statue behind City Hall. It will be easier to gather there and then walk over to the front of City Hall, where the event begins. Look for our bright green banner. We also have a table in Caesar Chavez for the rally.
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April 22, 2017 at 10:30am
San Jose City Hall
Couldn't we all use a positive focus right about now?
And if that's not enough, we'll be singing our hearts out, hearing stories from members of the community, drinking some freshly-roasted coffee and eating one or two delicious baked treats afterwards, too.
Are nones are "reinventing religion" as a natural rather than (necessarily) supernatural phenomenon? Join author and SCU Professor Elizabeth Drescher to talk about setting aside arguments and doctrinal beliefs as measures of religion. Learn about more meaningful indicators of what religion is and does.
What will Silicon Valley leave behind? Many of us feel powerless and worried about the world we are helping to shape and the impact it will have on the next generation. Come learn about philanthropy and our community's role in leaving a legacy of empathy and beauty.
We'll sing pop songs, share news from our community, and celebrate being alive!
Planet Earth is tilting and winter solstice is here! Join us to bid farewell to the longest night of the year and welcome back the sun at an enchanting solstice celebration in Silicon Valley.
As candles are lit and extinguished, the revels will follow the rhythm of moving from light to darkness, and back to light.