Update: Dan’s presentation was covered by the Burlington County Times. You can see a video excerpt here.
Dan spoke on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 11 a.m. as part of the Medford Leas “Pathways” lecture series. His topic was “Is Happiness Necessary?”
The lecture took place in the Medford Campus Theater. Directions can be found here.
The Pathways to Learning program offers Medford Leas residents and local community members a full array of opportunities to discover new interests, learn more about the world around them, and enjoy good company and spirited conversation, from lectures and exhibits to performances, workshops, and more, our programs range from those that entertain to others which can provoke further thought and study.
Sponsored by The Estaugh, a not-for-profit corporation guided by Quaker principles since its founding in 1914, Medford Leas is an accredited community for those age 55+ with campuses in Medford and Lumberton, NJ. Since its opening in 1971, Medford Leas has been recognized nationally for its leadership and innovation, outstanding facilities and services, wide range of home designs, superior health and wellness services and prudent
As a mission-driven organization, Medford Leas recognizes its commitment to the broader community as a responsible employer, community business, and neighbor. Additionally, it enjoys a long history of developing and providing educational public programming, as well as offering use of its impressive meeting spaces to eligible, local, not-for-profit groups at no charge.