Rumi’s Wedding Night: An Evening of Music, Discussion and Healing Between Christian, Muslim and Jew, Dec. 17St. Louis on the Air also had a discussion of the interesting new "hyper-local news service" Patch.
Native American Flute, in Concert
A celebration of the poetry of the most popular and beloved
poet in America today, a 13th century Muslim poet - Rumi.
Friday evening, December 17th
6:15 panel discussion
With Fatima Kashavarz, Imam Muhammed Hasic, Howard Schwartz,
& John Renard
7:30 Concert, Rumi’s Wedding Night
John MacEnulty, Native American flute
8:30 open dialogue with audience
at the Ethical Society
9001 Clayton Rd. St. Louis MO
Admission is free. A love offering will be gratefully accepted.
Friday, December 17, 2010
Rumi’s Wedding Night: Music and Discussion At the Ethical Society
St. Louis on the Air had an excellent show yesterday about "promoting interfaith healing through an exploration of the Muslim poet Rumi." I'm a bit biased since Dr. Keshavarz is one of my favorite professors at Washington University and John MacEnulty played flute at my wedding, but I'm pretty sure the show would be enjoyable for almost anyone. They're going to be participating in a fascinating program tonight at the Ethical society: