Fundraising Luncheon with AC Grayling
CFI-DC will also host a separate event with AC Grayling following the luncheon. The luncheon ticket purchase includes premium seating at the 3 PM lecture so there is no need to register for both.
Please join us in welcoming AC Grayling to CFI-DC for a private members-only fundraising luncheon. We are very pleased to host this event at Kellari Taverna, DC's premier Greek restaurant.
Please note: Registration for this event will close on Thursday April 4
We have reserved a private room and there will be ample time to socialize both before and after the seated lunch. Please note that this event is only open to CFI-DC Friends of the Center.
AC Grayling is Master of the New College of the Humanities, and a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford. Until 2011 he was Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has written and edited over thirty books on philosophy and other subjects; among his most recent are The Good Book, Ideas That Matter, Liberty in the Age of Terror and To Set Prometheus Free. For several years he wrote the "Last Word" column for the Guardian newspaper and a column for the Times. He is a frequent contributor to the Literary Review, Observer, Independent on Sunday, Times Literary Supplement, Index on Censorship and New Statesman, and is an equally frequent broadcaster on BBC Radios 4, 3 and the World Service. He writes the "Thinking Read" column for the Barnes and Noble Review in New York, is the Editor of Online Review London, and a Contributing Editor of Prospect magazine. His latest book is The God Argument (March 2013).
Admission: $50 | Includes:
- Full lunch including choice of appetizer, entree, and dessert (vegetarian option available)
- Open bar including house wines and beer.
- Premium seating at the 3 PM event at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre
- Unlimited coffee and fountain drinks
Admission + Book: $73 | Includes:
- All of the above
- Signed copy of The God Argument
About Kellari Taverna
Kellari Taverna strives to shorten the time and distance any ingredient spends from the soil, or the water, or the air, to the plate. Ingredients are purchased directly from Greek and Mediterranean importers fish, oil, cheese, balsamic vinegar, sea salt and beans because they are so distinct and virtually indispensable to the creation of a great Greek meal.
The venue is wheelchair accessible.