Close to 300 years ago, Benjamin Franklin started what he called a “club for mutual improvement.” He gathered a group of his peers and fellow Philadelphia tradesmen to discuss 13 core virtues and explore how to better incorporate them in their lives – and use them as a foundation for enriching the world. The club became the launching pad for all sorts of civic initiatives: projects like the post office and the volunteer fire department, which have had a lasting impact on society.
This is an ongoing monthly program and requires no preparation to attend. We will move through Franklin’s template for self- and societal improvements. The circle only requires an open attitude for learning and sharing experiences with others. Please join us!