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This will be a general membership meeting. The title of the presentation is, "Medicare for All. Can We Afford It?" He indicated that the following might be interesting reading, in advance of the talk: https://www.citizen.org/sites/default/files/the_case_for_medicare-for-all_-_february.pdf
The Freedom from Religion Foundation - Denver chapter will be at PrideFest. Stop by our booth and say hi! Denver PrideFest takes place annually in Civic Center Park. PrideFest features the PrideFest Parade, a Dance Stage with DJs, a Latin Stage with cultural programming, and the Center Stage with live entertainment, and plenty of celebrating both days. The festival also features more than 250 vendor booths with arts, crafts, food and more. We provide a VIP area with food and drinks for sponsors and contributors to enjoy, and there’s also a family area, youth alley, and a transgender resource area. The mission of Denver PrideFest is to create a fun, safe and empowering space to celebrate and promote the heritage and culture of the LGBT and allied community in Colorado.
The Colorado Secular Conference began in 2012 in Grand Junction and has been held 4 times since then. This year, the conference will be a collaboration of Colorado secular groups. Sponsoring groups will be promoted with logos and contact information on all marketing material, along with an included exhibitor table. The main conference will be held on Saturday, July 27th from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm at the Summit Event and Conference Center in Aurora. The ticket price includes a buffet dinner. There will also be a special ticketed Friday Night dinner with the speakers. Seth Andrews, Host of the Thinking Atheist Podcast, will be the headliner and keynote speaker. Annie Laurie Gaylor, Co-Founder and Co-President of the Freedom from Religion Foundation will also be speaking along with some of the best local talent, such as Gordon Gamm. Shelly Segal, renowned national musician, singer, and songwriter, will be the featured musician along with the music of Pale Blue at the Heathen Happy Hour. The Denver Sunday Assembly will put on a show and there will be a Street Epistemology workshop. Two panel sessions, one on Humanism and one with Colorado Secular leaders will be featured. After the buffet dinner on Saturday, there will be a music session with Shelly Segal followed by a Heathen Variety Show with comedy, live music, short videos, and more. Buy tickets at https://www.secularaccess.org/ticketing