Morning Forum resumes in-person programs, COVID-19 protocols remain in place | Community

The Los Altos Morning Forum returned to in-person conferences, with programs held from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of the month through June at Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave.

Members will be required to present proof of vaccination and booster. Masks are mandatory and social distancing will be respected. If members bring guests to programs, guests must fill in information on a guest card.

In-person programs will also be streamed live. Members will receive a link the Monday before each Tuesday program.

Upcoming speakers and topics:

• Tuesday: “How the West Was Conquered and What It Must Lose,” David Kennedy, Professor Emeritus of History at Stanford University and Founder of the Bill Land Center for the American West

• April 5: “Turning mines into vineyards around the world for 25 years”, Heidi Kuhn, founder and CEO of Roots of Peace

• April 19: “Conflict and emotions: what are they trying to tell us?” Michael McRay, Storytelling and Conflict Resolution Consultant

• May 3: “Using beauty to examine difficult environmental issues”, Linda Gass, artist/activist

• May 17: “Sport: A Platform for Social Change,” Akilah Carter-Francique, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Institute for the Study of Sport, Society, and Social Change

• June 7: “Beethoven’s deafness: psychological crisis and artistic triumph”, Dr Richard Kogan, concert pianist and psychiatrist

Morning Forum, a members-only series, is open to new members.

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