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I hope to go to the FtB con if the timing works out for me. If we
could make the Creation Museum trip at the same time as the FtB con, that would
work out great for me.
If the FtB con goes on, and our road trip is not at the same time, I would
likely just go to the FtB con, but if they are at the same time, or the FtB con
doesn't happen, I'll go on the road trip.
Google maps says it is 10 hours 36 minutes to drive the 617 miles from
Hampton to Petersburg, KY. So I think staying at least one night is a good
idea, but I would prefer to stay in Ohio rather that Kentucky. Since
Kentucky saw fit to give tax breaks to the Creation Museum and Ken Hamm's
upcoming "Ark Encounter", I would rather spend as little money in Kentucky as I
On Sep 3, 2012, at 22:05, Star wrote:
Hey there, skeptics!
Mega thanks to everyone who has come out to join our meetups and made this
group so successful. I love meeting all of you!
Anyway, Aiden and I were talking about planning a trip to the Creation
Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky (http://creationmuseum.org/). My plan is,
go through the museum, laugh at the hysterical science denial, leave evolution
tracts in the book store, then go slightly off the property and pass out
atheist literature to anyone who walks by.
We'd like to plan the trip for Summer 2013 and wanted to know how many
people would be interested in going. We were thinking about renting a van to
drive everyone down there and possibly staying overnight. I have a friend who
works in the hotel industry who might be able to get us a discount.
E-mail back if you're interested in the trip. It will take some planning,
but it would be super fun.
Southeastern Virginia Skeptics is an informal social group designed to promote fellowship and networking among skeptics, critical thinkers, and like-minded individuals. The group provides an opportunity for skeptics to talk and share ideas in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We discuss the issues of the day and whatever else is on our minds. But most of all, we have fun while promoting skepticism, science, and rationality. We also welcome those who may hold different views to join in the discussion (as long as the dialogue is civil and constructive!).
We hope to schedule a wide range of events such as dinners, book discussions, films, and perhaps attending events held or sponsored by skeptical/secular organizations, or even doing some activism of our own.