Sun., Aug. 5 Events & Platform: Our Mothers’ Tongues: Babies, Bonding, Lullabies, and Language by Liz Zelman

Salmon detailPlatform: Our Mothers’ Tongues: Babies, Bonding, Lullabies, and Language by Liz Zelman

This talk will be about a recent obsession of the speaker about how lots of bits of our universe, particularly living things, move together to become groups, and often fall apart again, then repeat the cycle. Specifically, she will speak of human bonding — beginning with mother-infant bonding as part of our mammalian roots — as instrumental in the evolution of language in our own species.
11 a.m. Auditorium.

Platform Music: Mary Wittry, voice, and JD Brooks, piano

Colloquy: A guided meditation and discussion on a topic that changes weekly.
9:45 a.m. Boardroom.

Forum: Presentations and discussions on topics of the day
9:45 a.m. Hanke Room.

Child Care:
During the summer months there are 3 people on hand (2 high school teens and an adult) to watch children. The Nursery/Pre-school will be staffed as well as supervision for older kids downstairs.
10 a.m. until noon

Ethical Mindfulness Meditation:
8 – 9:30 a.m. The Foyer.

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