Friday Night Freethought: NAICL Assembly after-party!

  • May 3, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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This is our open drinks and discussion night, it is intended to be adult-centric but children are welcome - see more on this below.

The 'agenda': We will have a member highlight and a discussion topic to open the evening, after that it's about just hanging out with like-minded friends!

Member highlight: Lindsey Spear

Discussion topic: The assembly response
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This is an adult-centric event but children are welcome and childcare can be arranged. Besides the likelihood that the conversation we boring for most of a younger audience, this also means that the discussion will be unrestrained. We try very hard to create an atmosphere that feels very safe for authenticity. We don’t censor topics or language at most of our events. Some of us choose to shield our children from these kinds of discussions while other of us prefer to have our children participate. Either way your kids are welcome. A separate space for the kids to play can be created, away from “grownups” and their blah, blah, blah but if you want your kids to participate or you see other kids there, don’t let that restrain your authentic exploration of whatever comes up.
Contact us if you would like to know more.

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  • Lorena

    Coming with Izzy, and possibly bringing Mark.

    May 2, 2013

  • Bill Kurmes

    I have a short presentation on the science of Brewing for those interested in homebrewing that I could give, and some unique homebrew in several historic styles for tasting.

    April 29, 2013

    • Brian Wallace

      Bill, this one is running up against the NAICL assembly that we are trying to promote so we are turning it into the assembly after party. I'm sorry I dropped the ball on planning and missed that your presentation time was sneaking up. Do you still want to present at this one? We probably won't get everyone there until almost 8.

      May 2, 2013

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