Hooray for Holiday season 2016! We know Thanksgiving is a time to come together and cherish time with your family and friends, but the Atlantic Institute wants to come together with its community as well! So we have started our own tradition here of hosting an early Thanksgiving Dinner so we can engage with all of you before the Holidays are in full swing!
Atlantic Institute will host its 3rd annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the Holiday Inn - Roswell on Thursday, November 17, 2016.
The evening will begin with some opening words from Atlantic Institute, followed by guest speakers Terry Walker, Director of Chapel Relations for the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel at Morehouse College and Leanne Rubenstein, Executive Director of Compassionate Atlanta. After the featured speakers, we will serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal and holiday style desserts and Thanksgiving treats!
Suggested Donation: $10,
Reception will begin at 6:00pm, and event programming will begin at 6:30pm
Please register for the event using <a href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/giving-thanks-dinner-2016-tickets-28665908504">Eventbrite link here</a>
When: Thursday, November 17, 2016 - 6:00pm
Where: The Holiday Inn - Roswell, 909 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Roswell, GA 30076
Speakers: Terry Walker, MLK Jr. International Chapel at Morehouse College & Leanne Rubenstein, Executive Director, Compassionate Atlanta
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The Atlantic Institute is an independent, non-profit organization whose goal is to facilitate dialogue and bridge cultures from both sides of the Atlantic. In order to reach a more understanding and accepting coexistence of cultures, it is necessary to embrace diversity and build tolerance and awareness for differing beliefs, traditions, and opinions. Through academic and educational programs dedicated to building cross-cultural and interfaith dialogue, the Atlantic Institute will help develop and maintain a more inclusive society in greater Southeast.
As an academic and educational organization, we seek to provide opportunities for growth and expansion of understanding through several educational programs. Our educational programs include leadership forums for university students, distinguished speaker series, sponsored international trips as a way to foster direct cross-cultural communication, as well as our annual Art & Essay Contest which features works of art and composition from Middle School and High School students across the Southeastern United States.
As a basis for its mission, the Atlantic Institute is influenced by the teachings and wisdom of many scholars and figures such as the poet Rumi, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Fethullah Gulen, who emphasizes the importance of dialogue and understanding in an effort to create a world in which tolerance and acceptance of differing cultures is the norm.