Waverly Library Weekly Wednesday Salon
Weekly Event - Every Wednesday: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us this summer for one of Waverly Library’s weekly inquiry sessions!
Each month, on Wednesday nights from 8:00 PM the - 9:00 there will be an intimate gathering to explore philosophy, cultural development, meditative awareness, spiritual activism, and the collective practices of mutual awakening.
The 3rd Wednesday each month will feature a special philosophical talk.
Three Wednesdays will rotate between guided meditation and collective spiritual inquiry.
Events are free and open to the public, but please RSVP to receive the details to attend.
RSVP to join our list and receive an email with the month’s schedule and you can always visit Waverly Library’s Facebook page for this week’s topic.
Look forward to seeing you!
THIS MONTH’S SCHEDULE
All events run from 8:00 - 9:00 PM
Most events will have an Q&A or inquiry session with the presenters from for 30 minutes after the talk.
Light refreshments follow. Please feel free to bring a vegetarian snack to share.
Events are free of charge.
You are welcome to invite friends.
The library has limited seating. Please RSVP so we know how many to plan for. (If events exceed capacity, we’ll happily move to an overflow space.)
The Waverly Reading Library is a private spiritual and philosophical research collection that has been turned into a reading library. It houses a beautiful 3000-book collection specializing in world philosophy, spirituality, contemporary culture & psychology. The Wednesday evening event series was established to host conversations that matter in the same spirit of fellowship and purpose that lit up the early founders of Philadelphia.
ABOUT THE PROGRAMMING
Amy Edelstein is host and program coordinator of these events. She is the author of Love, Marriage & Evolution and the cofounder of Emergence Education, whose programming brings a philosophical and purpose-driven lens to discussions about contemporary cultural issues. More on Amy's work here.