The word Symposium comes from the Greek. A symposium was a social gathering in ancient Greece. At symposia, citizens would gather for dinner, drinking, conversation, music, and entertainment. They would engage in jokes and games, recite poetry, and watch professional musicians and dancers.
At the Symposium Club, we get together to talk about a philosophical or theological topic in a casual setting. Food is provided and anyone is welcome to eat, talk, or just listen!
Club Leaders: Tess Plaisted and Malachi RobbinsSee All Clubs