Santas for the Separation of Church and State
was a truly amazing event! I could not think of a better way to close 2011! I can't wait to post pictures and write an article about it. In the meantime, here’s what’s next for KCAC.
Time: 6:30 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15
Location: Buca Di Beppo, 310 W. 47th St., Kansas City, MO
(Under Swirk, between North Face and Walking Company)
Enjoy an all-you-can-eat Skeptic Spaghetti Marinara and Freethought Fettuccine Alfredo dinner while celebrating the new year with your favorite philanthropic Pastafarians! The Kansas City Atheist Coalition has had an inspiring first year. We were featured on the Friendly Atheist blog
for our Tree of Knowledge and for raising more than $500 for two adopted families for the holidays
, and we were the largest group of volunteers from a single organization at a Christian mission-sponsored event delivering hot meals on Thanksgiving Day
. In addition, we donated blood
, allied with SlutWalk KC
, presented at the Community of Reason
, brought attention to yet another failed end of days prediction
, counter-evangelized against street preachers
and had a whole lot of fun
in the process! For KCAC to continue doing important charitable work and provocative activism, we need a little scratch. Dine, mingle and pay homage to His Noodly Appendage as we toast a new year and share the exciting projects we have planned for 2012!
KCAC would also like to recognize and thank those individuals whose generous donations of time, guidance and support have helped us create a successful organization and without whom we would surely not be what we are today.
Price per ticket: $25 (includes tax and gratuity). Tickets may be purchased at the door, but please RSVP
on our Facebook page! The cost is just $15 for those 10 and under.
Menu: Mixed-greens salad, French bread, fettuccine Alfredo, spaghetti marinara and soft drinks. Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase separately.
Call Mitch Dibble at [masked]
with any questions.
Thank you, everyone, for a spectacular 2011! Here’s to an even greater 2012!