Monday, June 12th, 1-2pm
Live Call-in Broadcast with Hosts Jenifer Rooks and Keith Shortall
Marietta chats with her hosts and author Christopher Phillips about the countless merits and techniques involved in sharing philosophy with children. Questions and comments from listeners are encouraged. The show is produced by Jonathan Smith, also the producer of Marietta’s spirited interview with Diane Rehm upon the release of Little Big Minds. You can listen to the live and recorded show here.
July 13th, 14th, 17, and 18th, 2017
Join Marietta, for one day or for four, to discuss all the ways to introduce children to the art of clear thinking. Click here to view the 2017 brochure detailing the workshops as well as the registration form.
Saturday, September 23, 2017 2-4pm
JMD Farm Market and Garden Center
Join us on a lovely early autumn afternoon in the Garden at JMD Farm and Garden Center for a talk, a tasting, and a tour. This place showcases Community Sustainable Agriculture at its best—bounty and beauty from the farm and gardens. Marietta’s interactive talk, “Gardens Are Us,” begins at 2:30. The price of $30.00 includes one personalized copy of your choosing of any of her three books: Little Big Minds, How Philosophy Can Your Life, or The Philosopher’s Table, plus a tour of the Garden and fresh farm tastings. Space is limited and reservations are required. Rain or shine. For reservations or questions, visit www.stonesoupbooks.net or call 540-9430084.
Monday, October 23, 2017
Marietta returns to her beloved alma mater as a participant in this sixth annual, daylong Hollins University Conference. Her topic suits like a well-oiled baseball mitt: “Translating the Liberal Arts into a Career: Writing and Publishing.” Selected alumnae will meet with undergraduates who will face the potentially daunting transition from college to career. There’s still no better place than Hollins to convince and prepare its students to seize opportunities and to create new possibilities. The sky is not the limit for Hollins graduates! Having first set foot on an autumn day on this beautiful campus, Marietta looks forward to strolling around Front Quad and looking up at Tinker Mountain.