Upcoming Appearances Open to the Public

(Does not include conference/convention/corporate engagements)

For more information about ANY of these events, please contact The Socrates Project at:

1-800-813-2195 or (516) 487-0235

E-mail: Socrates@RonaldGross.com

In addition to these formal events, Socrates will appear at locations such as those below. In these encounters, he will welcome discussion of questions like: How should we live? Who is a true patriot? What makes a city great? Why be honest? What is happiness?

** on the steps of the New York Public Library at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street (in front of the giant statue of him adjacent to the main entrance)

** next to David's painting "The Death of Socrates" in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

** at Olympic Tower in mid-Manhattan, amidst the Parthenon friezes in the Lobby

WANT SOCRATES AT YOUR EVENT? For Booking Information: Socrates@RonaldGross.com.

Socrates is portrayed by Ronald Gross, whose book Socrates' Way: Seven Master Keys to Using Your Mind to the Utmost, is published by Tarcher/ Putnam. He chairs the University Seminar on Innovation, at Columbia University.

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April 6, 2006

NEW YORK

THE OPEN CENTER, New York City
May 30, 2006

BOSTON

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION
March 13

LONG ISLAND, NY

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION
 

Here's what some New Yorkers say about meeting Socrates:

"Socrates challenges us to stop lying. ENRON would not have happened if Socrates hd been on Ken Lay's board.

Burt Bauman, past-president, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, at 30 Rockefeller Plaza

"When he comes into the restaurant, Socrates is my only customer who asks me what I want -- and why."

Bia Ayiotis, Waitress, Socrates Restaurant, 101 Hudson Street

"We need to hear what Socrates is telling us about our need to Ask Great Questions, Think for Ourselves, Free Our Minds, and Care for Our Souls."

Robert Owens Scott, Editor-in-Chief, SPIRITUALITY AND HEALTH MAGAZINE, in Times Square

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