The seminar of the week is tomorrow evening at the Nurturing Education Centre in North Point. A Tenth Anniversary Celebration is the title of the night and it's a chance for fans to remember and celebrate the music of a certain 1970s country folk artist and listen to what's described as 'a talk by a clinical psychologist on what we can learn from John Denver's life'. Yes, we're talking about the musician (pictured below) who gave the world such philosophical insights as Country Roads, Rocky Mountain High and Sunshine On My Shoulders. The psychologist is Kang Tsi-kit, also the founder of the altruistic motivational facility, and obviously a big fan of the late singer, who died in a plane crash in 1997. 'I'm 50 years old so I grew up on his folk country music,' Kang said. 'He was one of the first artists to be played in China. It's not really going to be a clinical psychology talk but more of what he means to someone middle-aged like me. There's more to him than just his music. He talked about a lot of issues today's artists won't discuss, like environmentalism, poverty, cross-culture topics and anti-war messages.' If you want to joins hands with other Denver-ites and go down that old Country Road once more, the talk is at 8pm at suite 202, AT Tower, 180 Electric Road. The event is free and will be conducted mostly in English with some Cantonese.