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WILD ROSE

"Three chords and the truth." It's the tattoo that adorns spitfire Rose-Lynn Harlan's(Jessie Buckley) forearm. And it's the reason the Glaswegian lass proclaims she loves good-old American country music. But although she belts the tunes with an astonishing sense of soul and clarity,it's the truth part that trips her up. Her journey to discover that is the tale of "Wild Rose," a Scottish love letter to American country music.

VITA & VIRGINIA

This exploration of Virginia Woolf's (Elizabeth Debicki) 10-year, up-and-down affair withnovelist and socialite Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton), loosely organizes itself around the writing of "Orlando," a novel inspired by Sackville-West in which the title character, born a man,spontaneously changes sex at about 30 years of age. [SEE AUG. 20]

Candlelight Compline

This is a traditional monastic service that completes (compline) the day's cycle ofprayer. Compline offers a time of meditative quiet and monastic chant in candlelight.


July/August and August Courses End

Learn to Meditate

Our core practice is Meditation and Mindful Awareness. These are key tools in the development of conscious and compassionate ways of being present to the complex and stressful reality of our lives.Free. Drop-in when you can. No experience necessary.

VITA & VIRGINIA

This exploration of Virginia Woolf's (Elizabeth Debicki) 10-year, up-and-down affair withnovelist and socialite Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton), loosely organizes itself around the writing of "Orlando," a novel inspired by Sackville-West in which the title character, born a man,spontaneously changes sex at about 30 years of age. [SEE AUG. 20]

Neuroscience Seminar: Dr. Robert Gaunt

Dr. Robert Gaunt
Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
University of Pittsburgh