The Second Sunday Social will be held on second Sunday of each month at 5:30 PM. (Details of our next "formal" Monthly MMAH Dinner Meeting are forthcoming. It is generally held on the 4th Sunday of each month unless revised otherwise for a particular month.)
Having another social get-together on the second Sunday of each month as an adjunct to the Potluck Social on the first Sunday of each month was a decision made in our Program Development and Organization Structuring Meeting, as MMAH members have such great time together that they want to spend more time together! Additionally:
The Second Sunday Social provides another consistent time and place for fellowship and community building and for others who may have schedule conflict with other times.
The Second Sunday Social will be that which provides a much more informal time for people to get to know one another.
We will start off with dinner and table conversations. An ice-breaker or other group activity will follow. The remaining time will be for whatever suits individual interests.
• Open discussion
• Book discussion
• Give a demo about one of our hobbies
• Brave folks may share a talent as entertainment
• Card games, etc.
• The sky's the limit, with plenty of room to evolve!
Time: 5:30 PM – Dinner and Table Conversations
6:30 PM – Group Activities
Place: Old Great Wall Buffet Restaurant (Private Banquet Room)
4832 W. Saginaw Hwy.
Lansing, Michigan 48917
Click on http://maps.google.co... interactive map. (Not to be confused with the World Buffet Restaurant on the same strip mall, located west of Mall Drive that runs N-S between the 2 restaurants)
Buffet $9.65 incl. tax (beverage extra except for hot tea)
Order individual entrée from the menu
Please RSVP on our Meetup website http://atheists.meetup.com/453.
We look forward to everyone joining us for another evening of fun and fellowship.
Jim Hong, Director
Mid-Michigan Atheists and Humanists
American Atheists Affiliate
Eskimo: "If I did not know about God and sin, would I go to hell?"
Priest: "No, not if you did not know."
Eskimo: "Then why did you tell me?"
--- Annie Dillard