What Good Means with Rob Bell and Dan Klyn

What Good Means with Rob Bell and Dan Klyn

Register today for an evening with New York Times bestselling author Rob Bell and current IA Institute President Dan Klyn, who'll each present a teaching and together lead audience Q&A on what it means (and some of what it takes) to make things be good.

Music entertainment will be provided by Los Tres Caballeros who are a batá vocal ensemble of folkloric proportions. Able to leap any cultural barrier in a single bound, this trio of batá toting super heroes will be sonically sampling sounds from all around the world...leaving it up to you to decipher...Is it good?

We will be serving some interesting delicacies such as: chocolate covered crickets, durian, natto and many different types of unique adult beverages to further the conversation on what good means when it comes to cultural cuisine.

Ticket price is $25, and all proceeds benefit the IA Institute thanks to our generous hosts, Santa Monica software humanizers and user experience mavens, Philosophie.

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Wed, April 19, 2017

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM PDT


1615 16th Street

Santa Monica, CA 90404

Rob Bell and Dan Kyln talk about What Good Means


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