|Erick Howenstine - December 2, 2012|
|Programs - speaker|
chair of the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Northeastern Illinois University
"The Evolution of Human Beings: A Geographer’s Perspective"
Sunday, December 2nd, 10:30 a.m.
Erick Howenstine, chair of the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Northeastern Illinois University, speaks Sunday, December 2nd, on “The Evolution of Human Beings: A Geographer’s Perspective.” A self-described “armchair evolutionist,” Howenstine will discuss the role of location, place, niche, territory, and movement in the assembling of the human species. He may even challenge "our notion of what it means to be human."
Our Adult Programs:
A typical Sunday meeting begins at 10:30, ends at noon and consists of a speaker or presentation focusing on current issues, ethical philosophy, lifespan education, or the arts. Platforms are open to the public and free, although we request a donation of $5.
Our Program for Children:
The Golden Rule Sunday School, for children from birth through 8th grade, also meets every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to noon. For more info, contact the Sunday School director at firstname.lastname@example.org
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