May 2016 Events

The following events are open to all – please join us! You can also download the Resident Activity Calendar to view our vibrant programming.

Philosophy 102

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

This second course on Philosophy is a continuation of Philosophy 101 class from January and February. Explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? Additional topics will cover aesthetics, happiness, religion, ethics, and humor. This is a 5-week course and will end on June 1.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Philosophy 102

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

This second course on Philosophy is a continuation of Philosophy 101 class from January and February. Explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? Additional topics will cover aesthetics, happiness, religion, ethics, and humor. This is a 5-week course and will end on June 1.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Philosophy 102

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

This second course on Philosophy is a continuation of Philosophy 101 class from January and February. Explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? Additional topics will cover aesthetics, happiness, religion, ethics, and humor. This is a 5-week course and will end on June 1.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Downsize to the Right Size

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

Join us for an interactive workshop to brainstorm solutions, set goals, and write an action plan with help from Aljoya’s very own At Your Service Manager and Downsizing Specialist, Catherine Arendt.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Philosophy 102

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

This second course on Philosophy is a continuation of Philosophy 101 class from January and February. Explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? Additional topics will cover aesthetics, happiness, religion, ethics, and humor. This is a 5-week course and will end on June 1.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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