Your Invitation to “The Kindlings Muse” Fall 2006

FALL 2006

Every Monday Night 7pm
Join us in the live audience for The Kindling’s Muse Monday nights from 7:00-8:30PM at Hales Ales Brewery & Pub. The Kindling’s Muse features a live audience and round-table of thoughtful creatives and gadflies discussing ideas, beliefs and values shaping life today.

Currently Accepting Reservations:

  • The Kindlings Muse Reservations:

  • September 11, 2006
    Where Was God on 9/11?
    with Rabbi Mark Glickman
    Rev. Earl Palmer,
    & Imam Hisham Farajallah

    September 18, 2006
    Conversations at the Intersection of Faith and Music
    Paul Simon’s album “Surprise”

    September 25, 2006
    Mitzi’s Abortion: “How We Talk About Issues that Matter”
    with playwright Elizabeth Heffron

    Doors open at 6:15PM. Reservations are required. $5 cover charge at the door goes towards your first food/drink purchase. Reserve w/ name, # in party and date:

  • The Kindlings Muse Reservations:

  • October, November, December Topics (In Progress):

    Facing the Giants: Film, Faith & the Importance of Art & Craft,
    Gospel Choirs in Pagan Culture: Why is Gospel thriving in a Secular Age?,
    Affluenza: “Spending Ourselves to Death” with John de Graaf (Nov. 8)
    Nigel Goodwin & Friends (Dec.4)
    Retailing God: Knock-off Jesus T’s & High End Vox Sacra,
    Seattle’s Quest for a Golden Age: Is Seattle the Next Center of the Universe?
    Spirituality vs. Religion: Can one be on a Spiritual Journey and not a Religious one?
    Technology as Dehumanizing: McCluhan & Postman in an Electronic Age

    Yours for the pursuit of God in the company of friends, Dick Staub.

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