Events for kids

Meet authors who are visiting to do readings and sign their recent releases.

For Ourselves and Our Posterity: The U.S. Constitution, Then and Now is a series of public discussions with leading scholars from the National Humanities Center and Brooke Andrade, director of the Center’s library. During the 2020 series, we will explore the United States Constitution through the lens of the humanities. National Humanities Center Fellows from Read More

In the spirit of Marc Sautet’s “cafés-philos”, join us for a cup of tea while we engage with different philosophers on a variety of topics. The hour long sessions are split between a presentation by the speaker and discussion/Q&A. This series is done in partnership with Sharing Philosophy, which works to create opportunities for people Read More

A variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math activities.

Learn about different people and periods of time from a rotating cast of guest speakers.  Read More

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