GLOCON5 5th Annual Great Lakes Objectivists Conference 2017
Thursday, August 31 - Monday, September 4
Join us for GLOCON5
Don't miss our 5th annual Great Lakes Objectivists conference in the beautifully-revitalized city of Detroit – five days of fun and philosophical presentations, including visits to:
Alden B. Dow Home in Midland, MI
Historic Detroit Public Library Main Branch
Detroit Institute of Arts
Wayne State University
Detroit Jazz Fest
Detroit Princess Riverboat Dinner Cruise
Talent show, more presentations and festivities in Plymouth, MI
An inspirational wrap-up at The Henry Ford (Greenfield Village and the Museum of American Innovation Insider's Tour)
...and presentations from Dr. Andrew Bernstein, author of The Capitalist Manifesto – AND Luc Travers, author of Touching the Art.
This year, we'll be holding our Friday-Saturday lectures and activities in the now beautifully revitalized Detroit (Wayne State Campus to Downtown). The new QLINE rail and MoGo Bike stations will provide easy access from the campus to the Detroit Riverwalk. If you're interested in reason, individual rights and capitalism – and want to see the rebirth of a city – we'll be happy to see you there!
Suggested donation at Eventbrite is $70 ($35 for students, donations optional for speakers, any and all donations gratefully accepted). Donations do not include costs for special/evening activities. Please be sure to reserve hotel and special event tickets (Dow Home and Princess Riverboat) as soon as possible, as space is limited. Feel free to contact us if you need to make any special arrangements.
Who are Great Lakes Objectivists?
Great Lakes Objectivists, or GLO, is a unique dinner and study group established in 2008 focused on friendliness, fun and the value-affirming, self-improving perspectives of Ayn Rand.
Detroit & Plymouth - 5 Days
Get inspired by interactive presentations from local and regional speakers, along with adventurous social, artistic and outdoor events. Learn about our group, network and gain new friendships with other kindred spirits interested in reason, individual rights and capitalism.