3rd Annual Picnic. 9,997 More to Go

3rd Annual Picnic. 9,997 More to Go

Seven words encapsulate our summer picnic celebration.
We have been creating a solid foundation.
LongNowBoston wants to celebrate with our community.
Please join us to continue the conversations.
Help us to encourage long term thinking.
Foster responsibility in the 10,000 year framework.

It’s time once again for Long Now Boston’s annual picnic + fundraiser, our end of summer lazin’ on a sunny afternoon. Come meet the steering committee of Long Now Boston, some of our past and future speakers, and [possibly] some surprise guests. There’ll be plenty to eat, plenty to drink and plenty of conversation that’ll light up your brain. We’ll provide the food (including vegan) and beverages (including ethanol), we would like you to bring your neurons.

• Danny Hillis and Taylor Milsal have again generously opened their home for this intimate gathering of Long Now Boston supporters and friends.

• We’ll have a quick group go-round for everyone to share their passions, activities, opportunities, questions, answers, dreams. Be prepared to keep it brief. i.e. very brief

• You’ll get an update on the group’s progress, a peek at the upcoming season’s Conversations on Long Now Thinking and be among the first to hear the exciting journey Long Now Boston is undertaking.

As a 501c3 we welcome your tax deductible contributions. You can use the “Chip In” Button on this page to make a donation or contact us for additional information: info@longnowboston.org, Any and all support is considered generous and is much much more than appreciated. All moneys raised help Long Now Boston fund its programs and events.

By necessity, this is a small and intimate gathering. Tickets are very limited. The location of the event will be shared once you register. It is just off Mass Ave about half-way between Harvard Square and Porter Square.

Again, we thank Danny and Taylor for supporting our efforts to build a vibrant Long Now community in the Greater Boston [and New England] area.