Seasonal Programs

Grey Havens Philosophy’s seasonal programs include Family Philosophy (fall), Longmont Thinks (spring), Summer of the Mind (from the last to the first day of school in the Saint Vrain Valley School District).

Longmont Thinks! 

Longmont Thinks! Month will be proclaimed at the Longmont City Council meeting on March 19 and will officially launch on April 1. This will be an opportunity for the citizens of Longmont to experience the fun and fulfillment of doing philosophy together as a community!



Longmont Thinks Events (Check back for updates!)

April 1, 6-8 p.m., Family Philosophy Activity at CoSolve, 350 Terry St. #300 in Longmont, Theme: Superheroes! Ages 8-adult, snacks provided, drop-in, free

What kind of superhero would you be? How much power is too much power? The world of comic books and movies is rich with ethical and other philosophical themes! 

April 3, 9 a.m., Philosophy Day at Longmont Museum’s Discovery Days (school-readiness program), Theme: Bugs. Bugs, Bugs. Drop-in, $4 per child for museum members/$4.50 for non-members. 

Grey Havens Philosophy will collaborate with Longmont Museum to bring a philosophical dimension to their popular hands-on, educational experience! 

April 6, 2-4 p.m., Outdoor Philosophy with Grey Havens YA (Young Adult), Topic: “Fake News,” Ages 11-adult, St. Stephen Plaza, 500 Main St. in Longmont, drop-in, free

Learn how the tweens and teens of our Saturday philosophy group discuss challenging topics. You are welcome to join in or just observe. Come for the whole discussion or drop in when you can. 

Alternate location in case of inclement weather: Firehouse Art Center at 4th and Coffman in Longmont

April 10, 6:00-8:30 p.m., Speed Thinking at Still Cellars: a distillery and arthouse, 1115 Colorado Ave. in Longmont, adults 21+, free

We all need people in our lives who are willing to be there when we want to have a deep discussion. Speed Thinking is a series of five-minute philosophical conversations with rotating partners. Meet folks who think like you or challenge you in just the right way. You just might find your perfect conversation buddy!

April 11, Star Trek and Philosophy at Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave. in Longmont, call 303-651-8411 to register, ALL AGES WELCOME! $4 for local seniors, $5 for everyone else

Get a taste of Grey Havens Philsophy’s Pop Culture and Philosophy series to discover how much depth there is in pop culture and how much depth there is in YOU!

April 12, 6-8 p.m.: How to Have a Philosophical Conversation with your Child at The Creation Station, 510 4th Avenue in Longmont, for caregivers of children ages 3–18. $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident. Register online, keyword: philosophy, activity code: 247109.01, or call 303-651-8404 to register. 

Chances are your child asks themselves deep questions about life, death, and reality.  Grey Havens Philosophy will teach you to talk with your child about these questions in a way that is fun and enriching for the whole family. 

April 13, 12-1 p.m.: Senses, Art, and the Mind at Firehouse Art Center, 4th and Coffman in Longmont. For children 4-7 with caregiver, drop-in, free

A chance for young thinkers to experiment and create with different tools and textures while facilitators help them to explore some of the big ideas of philosophy!

April 13, 6-9 p.m., Thinking Games at Longmont Public Library’s Teen Takeover, 409 4th Avenue, drop-in, free

6-8 p.m.: Join the search for hidden symbols in one of Grey Havens Philosophy’s most popular (and mysterious) Thinking Games.  8-9 p.m. Join us for a deep conversation inspired by some of your favorite movies and TV shows. 

April 20, 2-4 p.m.: An Intergenerational Exploration of Meaning at Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Avenue, call 303-651-8411 to register, ALL AGES WELCOME! $4 for local seniors, $5 for everyone else

Does the era in which you were born shape your worldview or do we all have more in common than we think? Explore these and other questions with people of multiple generations. 

April 23, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Harry Potter Think & Drink at St. Vrain Cidery, 350 Terry St. #130 in Longmont, drop-in, free

Explore the universe through a magical lens when you sample our monthly Harry Potter discussion for grownups. You can sample some delicious, all-natural ciders at the same time! (Non-alcoholic drinks are also available.) Arrive early to grab a seat!

April 30, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Think & Drink at St. Vrain Cidery, 350 Terry St. #130 in Longmont, drop-in, free

Grey Havens Philosophy’s signature Think & Drink philosophy discussion, exploring big ideas in a fun and accessible way. Topic: Renewal and Rebirth

Would you like us to bring Longmont Thinks! to you? Email us at to schedule a discussion or activity!

Coming soon…

Summer of the Mind

Summer of the Mind is an intergenerational exploration of the big ideas of philosophy through indoor and outdoor Thinking Games, Philosophy Walks and Hikes, fascinating discussions and more!

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