Join us at the Richland Public Library on October 20th, from 1:30-3:30
Susan Ayres (Chairperson) and Jill Young-McCurchie (President) of the newly established Sagebrush Elementary, will talk about what it means for the school to be “non faith-based.”
Check them out here:
Have politics become the new sacred cow? As it becomes increasingly difficult to differentiate between politics and religion shouldn’t we approach our politics with the same skepticism we approach religion? At the next meeeting of the Tri-City Freethinkers we will be talking about where your skepticism stops.
You will find this discussion at the Mid-Columbia Library on Union Street in Kennewick September 15th from 1:30 to 3:30. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Tri-City Freethinkers in partnership with Barnes & Noble are having David McAfee speak and sign books on June 22nd.
Here are links to David’s books:
McAfee is an outspoken atheist who opposes biblical literalism. He is a columnist for Canadian Freethinker Magazine and a contributor to American Atheist Magazine. As a result of his atheist activism, he was rejected by a public university from entering its religious studies graduate program. His first published book, Disproving Christianity and Other Secular Writings, is a critique of biblical literalism. McAfee’s newest title, Mom, Dad, I’m an Atheist, is a guide to living as an atheist in a society that’s largely intolerant of disbelief.
This program is being sponsored by Recovering from Religion: Tri-Cities Chapter, the Tri-City Freethinkers and Barnes & Noble
Our next meeting will be held at the 20th Annual Multicultural Arts Festival in Walla Walla. This annual Father’s Day event marks our fifth year with a booth at the festival. It’s a fun filled day of food, music, and fun for the whole family. Bring the kids the dog and Grandma down to Pioneer Park in Walla Walla between 11AM and 6PM to join us in this celebration of our diverse American culture. Click June 16th on the calendar for information and a map to the park. LINK