Seminar Series


Seminar: Our Deepest ConcernsCambridge Friends School is excited to announce our first Seminar Series event of the year.  This event is open to the public, and we invite you to join us on Wednesday, October 16 at 6:30 pm for an author talk with five distinguished panelists: Princeton professor and author, Imani Perry (CFS Class of ’86), historian, Kerri Greenidge (CFS Class of ’00), novelist and writer, Kaitlyn Greenidge, and award-winning playwright, Kirsten Greenidge (CFS Class of ’88, P’21 and P’23) in conversation with Jack Hill, Head of CFS Middle School and Director for External Affairs. Books will be available for purchase and there will be a book signing following the seminar.


 $20 suggested donation in advance; $25 at the door


Alumni Reception
5:30 to 6:30 pm
CFS Library

Enjoy some friendly conversation, and meet and greet our panelists prior to the Seminar. There will be wine, beer and hor d’oeuvres served. This event is an 18+ event, and is exclusively for CFS alumni, faculty and staff, and trustees.



Complimentary childcare is available from 5:30 to 8:00 pm for children of current CFS families, alumni, trustees, and faculty and staff. Children must be independently toilet-trained. Infant care is not available. 

Each year, Cambridge Friends School hosts a series of speakers, performances, and discussions in two tracts: diversity, equity, and inclusion, and modern parenting issues. Past engagements include Oprah Book Club author Darnell Moore speaking about his book No Ashes in the Fire, New York Times bestselling author Robin DiAngelo speaking about her book White Fragility, Dan Levine from Engaging Minds speaking about executive functioning in students, and Patricia Lotterman, LMHP speaking about managing anxiety in students. To join the Seminar Series mailing list, please email