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CANCELED: Meredith Goldstein, Author of Boston Globe's Love Letters Column

CANCELED: Due to storm conditions, this event is being canceled. We'll let you know about any plans to reschedule as soon as we have them. Stay safe!

Just in time for Valentine's Day weekend, join us for a real-life conversation about the trials and tribulations (and joys, and disasters, and confusion) of love and dating. 

Meredith Goldstein, author of the Boston Globe's super popular "Love Letters" column (a daily dispatch of wisdom for the lovelorn that gets about 1 million page views every month) will share stories, take questions, and talk about how important Humanist values are in her work providing advice, hope, and a healthy dose of realism for her readers. 

Meredith is also the author of the novel “The Singles,” which was released by Penguin/Plume in 2012 and has been optioned for film. She grew up in Maryland, attended Syracuse University, and lives in Roxbury with a carnival-size cotton candy machine that she bought for herself on her 30th birthday. 


Do you value reason, compassion, creativity, justice, integrity, awareness, environmentalism, feminism, equality, science, progress, and pluralism? 

Join us here at the Humanist Community at Harvard (a 501c3 nonprofit that aims to build and educate a diverse community of the nonreligious at Harvard and in Cambridge) for music, speakers, good folks, and more. Free and open to the public -- no Harvard affiliation needed.

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