Drawing from his book Rich, Free, and Miserable, Professor Brueggemann suggests that growing pressures Americans feel to work, compete, and consume have undermined our engagement in meaningful relationships and resulted in a widespread moral crisis. For individuals the effects include anxiety, exhaustion, anger, depression, obesity, divorce, addiction, debt, and rudeness, each of which has obtained startling levels of incidence. Even amidst the power of expanding market logic, however, the human resources of anger and hope among ordinary people offer viable alternatives. His recent research reveals how such people are responding intelligently to this situation. After the lecture, join Professor Brueggemann for lunch while enjoying the company of fellow Skiddies.
From West Palm Beach (approximately 75 miles), take I-95 north to SR 60 (exit 68). Take SR 60 east to Indian River Boulevard, about 9 miles, turn left (north) to Grand Harbor entrance (about 3 miles)
I-95 to Orange Avenue WEST, go to 1st traffic light at exit, Kings Highway and turn right. To US 1, turn left to 17th street. Turn right on 17th Street to Indian River Blvd. Turn left on Indian River Blvd, heading north 4 miles to Grand Harbor Clubhouse on the east side of the road.
From Orlando (approximately 95 miles), take the Beeline Expressway (528 west toward Cocoa Beach. Take I-95 south to 512. Head east on 512 to US 1, turn south to 53rd Street turn left to Indian River Blvd. Clubhouse is approximately 1/4 mile south on the left.
From Melbourne (approximately 35 miles), take US 1 south to 53th Street and turn left. Turn right to Indian River Blvd. Clubhouse is approximately 1/2 mile south on left.