May Powwow: Cars Against Humanity, Crypto For Prosperity, Young Entrepreneurs & Game Night

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Announcing the next Freecoast Powwow and Sunschool – Sunday, May 20th!

New This Month:

• Mike Vine gives a talk on “Cars Against Humanity.” That’s not a typo, people! This will be a broadside against the role of the automobile in modern civilization – and especially in America. What does this have to do with liberty? Come to Powwow to find out!

• Chris Rockwell will give a feature presentation on trends in digital currency investing.

• During Symposium, we want to hear what you’re looking forward to at Freecoast Festival this year, in addition to open discussion of the day’s talks and other topics on your mind!

• At Sunschool, we’ll be discussing Entrepreneurship for Young People. This is a student-driven session, so bring your thoughts and questions!

• After Powwow and a lunch break, Jenny Duncan is hosting Freecoast Game Night featuring Cards Against Humanity. Apropos, eh? Game Night begins at 4pm at the Praxeum.


What Is Freecoast Powwow?

Every month, on the 3rd Sunday at noon, the Freecoast liberty community gathers at the Praxeum to have a Powwow.

This is more formal than our weekly pub nights, but it’s still a lot of fun! It’s a chance for Freecoasters to explore big ideas, share their passions, and stay connected to one another on a level beyond social media posts.

The Powwow format is:

• Greeting and Announcements – Overview of the program, important liberty news, and community announcements.
• Featured Presentations – Scheduled talks and performances.
• Symposium – An open forum for all to share and discuss. Bring a song or photo, a personal or philosophical question, a recent achievement in your life, a book recommendation, or anything else you’d like to share.

What Is Sunschool?

Sunschool is an innovative one-hour learning session for young scholars, whether homeschoolers, unschoolers, or those enrolled in traditional schools. One Sunday per month, students gather to discuss a topic with an expert mentor. The format is student-driven, exploring their questions and helping them find answers rather than passively memorizing the doctrine of a teacher or textbook.

Past topics include:

• Concepts of Good & Evil
• Philosophy of Comics
• Physical Fitness
• Theories of Justice
• Economics
• Philosophy of Science
• Semiotics

Sunschool is held on the 3rd Sunday of the month from 11am-noon. Please contact us for more information.

All ages welcome, but recommended for students 8-12.