All Upcoming Events
Kepler's Literary Foundation programs include live events that bring people face to face with leading intellectuals. Event formats include lectures, panel discussions, on-stage interviews, educational workshops, literary seminars, and community discussion groups covering the arts, culture, science, and current affairs. Our programs involve noted writers, artists, and original thinkers who engage with the community to discuss their ideas, insights, perspectives, and stories.
Speakers Series: Premier Events
Our Premier Events bring the biggest names in literature, science, entertainment and the arts into our community for intriguing one-of-a-kind discussions.
This Is Now with Angie Coiro
During this weekly radio program, veteran journalist Angie Coiro engages newsmakers, writers, and artists in in-depth and thoughtful discussions in front of a live audience.
Kepler's Literary Foundation currently produces nearly 100 cultural and literary events for local youth every year at Kepler's Books and in local schools. In 2015, nearly 10,000 students benefited from our youth program.
Story Is The Thing
This quarterly reading series is designed to bring emerging and established writers together to celebrate the art of storytelling.
Kepler's Literary Foundation organizes 8–10 literary discussion groups each month. Literary Discussion Groups are hosted by Kepler's staff and community volunteers are free and open to the public on a drop-in basis.
Literary Seminars are hosted by Kimberly Ford, PhD, and include an in-depth lecture with discussion. Seminars are ticketed.
The Coddling of the American Mind by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt
Literary Seminars are hosted by Kimberly Ford, PhD, and include an in-depth lecture with group discussion. Seminars are ticketed and the book is included in the ticket price.