Join us Saturday March 22nd at the CBC Planetarium for the movie “Bad Astronomy”. After the movie we’ll be gathering at the Gordon Brothers Wine Bar in Broadmoor Park. The movie starts at 2 PM.
Tickets for the show are $6.00 and can be purchased here:
About the movie:
Were the Apollo visits to the Moon actually a hoax? Have aliens landed on Earth? Can you tell your future by the stars? Prepare to debunk and tackle pseudoscience head-on with the planetarium show Bad Astronomy: Myths and Misconceptions. Based on the popular book and website of the same name, Bad Astronomy offers a unique and fun approach to learning about the cosmos. Join the “Bad Astronomer” Phil Plait as he takes a critical look at popular myths and misconceptions to show audiences how science can be used to evaluate questionable claims. Bad Astronomy is produced by the Detroit Science Center in collaboration with Cranbrook Institute of Science and narrated by WJR-AM’s radio personality Rachel Nevada. 46 minutes.
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:
“What can be asserted without proof can be dismissed without proof.”
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 email@example.com for more information.
On August 18th you will find the Tri-City Freethinkers and guest speaker August Brunsman at the Richland Community Center from 1:30 to 3:30 PM. The Community Center is located at 500 Amon Park Drive in Richland WA right next to Howard Amon Park. See you there.