The 10th Annual Sacramento Freethought Day is Sunday, October 23, 2011 at the McGeorge School of Law, and combines the fun and atmosphere of a fair with the education and activism of a conference.
Just us for engaging speakers, live entertainment, family activities, film screenings with Q&A, and more!
Register today -- it's free and you'll be entered to win door prizes!
- Fred Edwords - Coalition of Reason
- Elizabeth Cornwell - Richard Dawkins Foundation
- Dan Barker - Freedom from Religion Foundation
- Michael Newdow - Laywer for the Freethought Movement
- Glenn Branch - National Center for Science Education
- Amanda Kneif - Secular Coalition of America
- Zack Kopplin - Student challenger of the Louisiana Science Education Act
- The Phenomenauts
- Comedy Hour with Keith L Jensen (Coexist Comedy Tour)
- Freethought Trivia Showdown with Caralee Hickey
- Oh No! Ross and Carrie
- Freethought Heroes Gallery
- Freethought Art Gallery (submit your work - contact us)
- Contests, Giveaways, and Drawings
- Awards and Presentations
- Organizations, Exhibitors, and Vendors
Other Awesome Stuff
- Film Screenings with cast Q&A
- Family Fun Afternoon, by Camp Quest West
- Leadership and Development workshops - Hosted by the Secular Student Alliance
Support and Volunteer
Here's just a few ways you can support the event:
- Priority Seating: Individuals and Families that wish to support Freethought Day will be recognized throughout the event, and on the website. Get priority seating and a keepsake button for just $25.
- Fundraising Reception: Attend this special evening event on Oct 22nd which features a selection of cheeses and fine wines, and the company of our speakers for just $50.
- Host a Table: SCOR Members and Non-Profit Organizations can have a table for just $15. Or, be an exhibitor starting at $75.
- Sponsorship: Businesses and organizations looking for exposure can sponsor Freethought Day starting at just $250. Benefits include reception attendance, on-stage announcements, banner display, exhibitor tables, program advertisements, and more.
For questions regarding support and volunteering, please contact David Diskin at [masked].
Directions, Parking, and Carpooling
The McGeorge School of Law is located near the intersection of Hwy 99 and Hwy 50, across the street from McClatchy Park. There will be plenty of free, on-site parking, as well as free public parking on 33rd Street and 5th Avenue.
For those who prefer to carpool, please use the comments area on this page to make arrangements.
Register today -- it's free and you'll be entered to win door prizes! Consider supporting, too!