• Pride Multifaith Celebration

    Children's Home of Northern Kentucky

    This interfaith event is hosted by several different organizations for Pride month. Our own Jen Scott will be among the many organizational leaders speaking. This will be the first time an atheist/humanist has been invited to speak. This is also the first time this event will be held as a collaboration of Cincinnati Pride, Northern Kentucky Pride, and Lawrenceburg Pride. SCHEDULE 6:30-7:00pm Snacks & beverage provided by Jeff Thomas Catering 7:00-8:30pm Multi-Faith Service NOTE This is an interfaith event. There will be prayers and many religious attendees. Our participation in this is part of our interfaith work and is key to normalizing humanism, skepticism, and atheism. For some attendees, it may be the first time they actively engage with someone who is non-religious. We want that to be a good experience for them and for our members. Do not attend this event if you are not comfortable in an interfaith setting. Do not attend this event if you like to debate about religion. This is not the setting or the place for that. Reasons to attend: - Show support for the religious organizations who are open and affirming for the LGBTQ community. - Invite your religious friends to an event you can agree on - Help us with our interfaith work - Beautiful view of the cities - Snacks?

  • Cincinnati Pride Parade & Festival

    Sawyer Point Park

    This event is hosted by Cincinnati Pride. This year's theme is "Back to Stonewall". PARADE The Parade will start at 11am. The parade route begins at 7th & Central Ave, travels down Vine St past Fountain Square and ends at the Cincinnati Pride 2019 Festival at Sawyer Point & Yeatman's Cove. FESTIVAL The Cincinnati Pride Festival is a family-friendly, fun event that takes place at Sawyer Point Park on the fourth Saturday in June. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, it is FREE for everyone! Food, drinks, vendors and entertainment fill your Saturday afternoon with fun. #cincypride2019 Festival Safety Tips and Regulations: - No coolers are allowed. - Listen to Police and Pride Security. They are there to keep you safe. If you see something suspicious, say something. Tell a Pride Representative or CPD/Security. - Ignore any protesters and keep on marching/celebrating! - Pace yourself. - Stay hydrated. - Do not leave your drink unattended. - Leave your pets at home (the noise and the weather can upset our furry friends). - Keep the park clean. - Use the trash and recycling receptacles. - Park legally. - Stay aware of your surroundings when walking around. TABLING The Community of Reason will be tabling for this event. Interested in volunteering to help? Contact us at communityofreasonohky@gmail or talk to Mandy when you see her at an event!

  • Dungeons and ...

    709 Coachway Ct

  • Community Dinner at Firehouse Grill

    Firehouse Grill

    Casual, community dinner. No agenda, just casual conversation and good food.

  • Community Conversations: Next Steps for COR

    Arlin's Bar & Restaurant

    Join us for an informal discussion about our next steps and updates about everything the Community of Reason has been doing! We want your feedback and input as we move forward with building this group! There will be multiple community conversation events to accommodate busy June schedules, and we hope to see you at one! We will return the opening planning meeting format in July. Other Community Conversation events: Saturday June 15th: https://www.meetup.com/CommunityOfReason/events/262006865/ Monday June 17th: https://www.meetup.com/CommunityOfReason/events/262007129/

  • FIG: Religion in Healthcare

    First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati

    This event is hosted by the Free Inquiry Group and is their monthly meeting. Hope you can join COR for this educational event! Nathan Michael is an administrative director in a large religious health system in Cincinnati. He will explain why religion is so prevalent in healthcare and go over some of the religious rules that restrict certain types of care as well as how religious ideology prevents healthcare providers from giving certain types of care. Nathan's presentation will include personal stories related to religion and healthcare, how the two intertwine on the topics of fertility, abortion, stem cell research, and how we can keep humanism in healthcare.

  • Signs from Heathens: ASL Study Group

    CJ's House

    Join us as we learn American Sign Language together! BUILDING AND LOCATIONS We will be focusing buildings, locations and giving directions. REVIEW BASIC CONVERSATIONS AND ANIMALS We'll review signs for animals and basic conversations. NEW TO ASL No problem! Several of us are new beginners, we're learning together. WHY LEARN ASL Nearly 28 Million Americans have some form of hearing loss. Currently, a small percentage of those can only communicate via sign language, and are forced to stick within the deaf community. One great advantage of learning sign is expanding the social networking of those people, allowing them to further participate in society more easily. Other reasons to learn sign language: Become more expressive: Sign language is the key to create vivid and lasting imagery. Anyone who enjoys story telling, or making jokes can incorporate sign language to better captivate audiences. Pick up on body language: Given that sign language is a visual language, it's no surprise that you can also learn to better understand body language. Hold silent conversations with friends: Communicate in secret! Whether it be clubs, movie theaters or libraries, you don't need to whisper or yell to talk to your friends in sticky situations. Learning is fun!

  • Heathens in Nature: Miami Whitewater Foretst.

    Miami Whitewater Forest

    Join your fellow heathens for our monthly walk in nature. This month we will explore Miami Whitewater. Meet at Timberlake Shelter/Badlands Trailhead Parking lot. There we can explore 1-3 trails, each approximately 1.5 miles long. Based on temperatures, group makeup and group desire, we can do 1, 2 or all 3 trails. If the group is large enough, we can even break into slow and faster paced groups. As always, my hikes are kid and fur kid friendly. Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring water for yourself and any kiddos. After we can grab lunch nearby or do a potluck. I will put out a survey closer to date. Directions: From Mt. Hope entrance, Enter park, proceed past the guardhouse and stop at the stop sign. Take a right at the stop sign. Follow road past the campground to where the road ends in a T. At the T, take a left. Follow the road for about 1/4 mile. The parking lot is on the left. There is a restroom shelter. (Should you miss the lot, you will continue until the road ends in a circle.)

  • Lawrenceburg Pride

    311 W Tate St

    The Community of Reason will be marching in the parade and tabling for the event. The 2nd annual Lawrenceburg Pride! Free entry to Parade & Festival grounds. Food and beverage for sale, vendors, and entertainment. All ages and family friendly event. MC: Jessica Dimon Headliners: Amaya Sexton & Joey Saurez Sponsors: Below Zero, Cincinnati Pride, Lburg Drinks & More, and Dearborn County CASA Lawrenceburg Pride, A program of Love Must Win, Inc PARADE The parade will begin at Ivy Tech at noon and end at the Festival site.

  • Dungeons and ...

    709 Coachway Ct

    Join us as we play games together, usually one or two games max. Anyone is welcome, we are happy to show you how to play. Dungeons And ... is a series of meetups where we will play different dungeon crawl games such as Descent, Nova Aetus, Massive Darkness, The World of SMOG: Rise of Moloch, Masmorra, etc. Also other games will be added as the interest strikes. And we will also dive into pen and paper with DnD 5th Edition.