The Buttonwood Tree is not just a music venue!
This community art center is host to a plethora of eclectic events offered by our very talented and diverse community members. Besides offering world-class music and poetry events, TBT is home to an art gallery, used bookstore and small cafe and also offers enlightening workshops, classes, benefit events, memorial services and so much more.
This Tuesday, Dec. 15, from 2 to 5 PM, come join the final meeting of MXCC Philosophy seminary PH199 Introduction to Exo-philosophy, taught by Dr. Justin Vood Good. The first time this ‘forbidden knowledge’ subject has been taught as a college seminar, students from the class will be meeting this Tuesday to discuss their final research projects as well as their general conclusions from a semester’s worth of inquiries into high strangeness.
Open Seminar: Topics in Exo-philosophy (Study of human relationships to off-world intelligences)
Some of the amazing minds in class include physicist Will Riordon and retired Asian studies / human rights activist and husband of MXCC president Anna Wasecha, Richard Kagan. This last meeting is actually the final exam period for MXCC, and the students will be presenting final projects, all on very exciting aspects of this phenomenon, even some original research by Kagan and Patti Vassia, another powerful intellect.
For more information, visit the course website: http://mxccexophilosophy.
Suggested donation: $5 to benefit TBT
The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center is at 605 Main Street, Middletown
(First) Laughter Yoga 6 pm vegetarian potluck at 7pm
(Third) Laughter Yoga 6 pm and Sound Healing with Lou at 7:30pm