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Casual Brunch and Conversation

The Stag’s Head offers an American-traditional brunch menu of eggs and omelets several ways, crepes, burgers, frittatas, burritos and short-rib hash, all in the $[masked] range., and including a drink. Join 15-20 other freethinkers and humanists for food, fellowship and well-fed conversation.

After-Brunch Discussion: Naming “Tom Paine Street” 

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  • Dorothy K.

    Truly excellent, what a wonderful group of people this brunch crowd is.

    August 17, 2014

    • Dorothy K.

      May I think about that John?

      August 17, 2014

    • John R.

      Of course.

      August 17, 2014

  • John L.

    Hello. Will there be a particular topic for discussion at this brunch and can I go even if I'm not an atheist? I find talking with atheists a lot more fun than with my fellow theists. Cheers.

    1 · August 7, 2014

    • John R.

      The SHSNY brunch - and all our events - are open to everyone. The after-brunch conversation will focus on our just-beginning campaign to have Barrow Street in the Village renamed for Revolutionary War hero (and freethinker) Tom Paine. John Rafferty, Pres/SHSNY

      August 8, 2014

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