Panera Bread: 3110 New Center Point
This is a social event without a preset discussion topic…just like-minded, non-religious people getting together to both strengthen friendships and make new friends. Many of us probably miss the sense of community that came from weekly gatherings at religious services and this is a great way to create community in a non-religious environment.
Earn up to $225.00!
Potential topic arenas: agnosticism, atheism, Bill of Rights, civil rights, economics, equality, freethought, government prayer, history, human rights, law, logic, mathematics, medicine, peace, pastafarianism etc., pledge of allegiance, public education, reason, religion, reproductive rights, science, taxpayer funded religion, US Constitution, violence, war, zoroastrianism etc. and especially, the separation of church and state
Come and enjoy good food and great conversation with other Freethinkers! Bring a dish to share, bring your spouse and/or friend, and bring a bottle of beer or wine or whatever you’d like to drink; coffee and tea are provided by the host(s). Socials usually begin at 6:00 pm and break up around 9:00 pm. Remember to mark your calendar; socials are on the second Saturday of the month.
Don’t forget to bring a dish to share and something you’d like to drink!
Why Rationality Matters by Adrian Niemetz
In ancient times, virtually all humans assumed that the sun revolved around the earth, because, after all, that is
what appeared to happen when viewed. This of course, is not believed by people today because factual information showed it to be false. Yet, many millions still believe in supernatural forces deciding their fate and build large and impressive buildings to these supernatural beings which have not been proven to exist. They focus on death instead of living their lives which is the only one anyone gets.
The first speaker is Tristan Schwartz of the Colorado Springs Astronomical Society. Tristan is an amateur astronomer and science writer, recently published in the Sky and Telescope magazine. He will be talking about many popular moon myths such as the "lunar effect" and the "supermoon".
Celebrating Secular Diversity
Raddison Hotel Denver Southeast (I-25 and Parker Road)
August 15, 16, and 17, 2014
See Daily Schedules Below
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Matt Dillahunty, Host of the Atheist Experience TV Program
Jamila Bey, Journalist and Radio Show Host
Rebecca Hale, President of American Humanist Association
This is the Colorado Secular Conference's BIG DAY ! Saturday, Aug 15.
Presenters include : Seth Andrews, Greta Christina, Mikey Weinstein and Hemant Mehta
This is a bit like sipping water from a fire hose, but here we go:
8:45 am – 9:15 am Coffee and pastries. Visit Exhibitors and Vendors.
9:15 am – 9:30 am Welcome by Tom Kellogg -The Moral Compass.
9:30 am – 10:15 am Greta Christina, "Diversity in the Atheist Movement: Some Thoughts on Why and How."
10:15 am – 10:20 am Short Video by Seth Andrews.
"Getting media coverage for your group"
RADISSON HOTEL DENVER SOUTH EAST
3185 South Vaughn Way Aurora, CO 80014
Fred is "one of the greats" of the Freethought movement. He has run local groups, national associations, published The Humanist Magazine, and is a fantastic speaker.
He will be the "lead act" of the Colorado Secular conference and this is a FREE Event. !! Only costs a drive to Denver. There will be a reception following the event. Here is the write-up from the conference web site.