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C.S. Lewis Summer Institute 2006!

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  • Joan Marie Verba
    ... Subject: C.S. Lewis Summer Institute 2006! Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 23:55:51 -0500 From: To: Joan M Verba
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 18, 2006
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      Subject: C.S. Lewis Summer Institute 2006!
      Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 23:55:51 -0500
      From: <smattson@...>
      To: Joan M Verba <verba001@...>

      Dear Friends,

      The countdown for the first ever stateside C.S. Lewis Summer Institute
      has begun! Here in Redlands, the staff of the C.S. Lewis Foundation is
      hard at work preparing for yet another extraordinary Summer Institute
      experience, this time to be held on the historic New England campus of
      Williams College, nestled amid the scenic Berkshire Mountains of western
      Massachusetts. Our theme is Love among the Ruins: On the Renewal of
      Character and Culture. This conference is sure to instruct, challenge,
      and inspire all who take part.

      This ten-day conference will be in session from Friday, July 7, through
      Sunday, July 16. Faculty and speakers include Tom Howard, Joseph Pearce,
      Armand Nicholi, Jim Como, James Emery White, Nigel Goodwin, Jeanne
      Murray Walker, Malcolm Guite, Karen Mulder, Dick Staub, and Ben
      Patterson, among many others. (Note: If you can join us for the entire
      Institute, by all means do come for one of the two weekends: I July
      7-9, or II July 14-16).

      Weekday seminars will permit small group discussion of a wide array of
      topics relating to the theme, while workshops in dance, drama, the
      visual arts and creative writing will offer unique opportunities to
      explore the same through the arts. An innovative children's track,
      featuring storytelling, arts and crafts and a children's choir, will
      also be offered. Special programs include such trademark events as the
      BAG-END CAFE´┐Ż (a late night haven for Hobbits) and outstanding arts
      performances in theater, film, poetry, New England Country Dance, and
      visits to Tanglewood to experience the Boston Symphony with pianist,
      Emanuel Ax, as well as the Boston Pops and the Tanglewood Vocal Fellows
      in Bernstein on Broadway Central to all will be the joy of mere
      Christians of many traditions, joining in worship together throughout
      the week. In short, the 2006 C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at Williams
      College is simply not to be missed!

      To secure your place, as room is limited, register now at:
      or by calling 1-888-CSLEWIS.

      We are truly delighted to bring a taste of Oxbridge across the pond.
      Friends old and new will enjoy what promises to be a most enriching time
      of study, recreation and worship. Do join us and invite your friends to
      share it with you.

      Yours for the journey,
      Stan Mattson
      Founder and President
      C.S. Lewis Foundation

      C.S. Lewis Foundation
      1323 W. Colton Ave
      Suite 201
      Redlands, CA 92374
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