What we're about

The Inland Empire Atheists and Agnostics is a fun and active non-profit community for Atheists, Agnostics, Skeptics, Humanists, Free-thinkers and others who don't believe in any gods or follow any religions.

We seek to be an active force for good in our community and the lives of non-believers. Every month, our members host fun and welcoming social events, engage in intellectual discussions, and host entertaining and educational speakers in the Riverside, Redlands, and Inland Empire area.

We welcome you to join us and become a part of our community today! To learn more about the leadership of the IEAAH, or become involved as an Organizer, please click Here (https://www.meetup.com/InlandEmpireAtheists/pages/IEAA_Leadership/).

Upcoming events (4+)

First Wednesday LGBTQIA Secular Social Hour

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Every Wednesday at 7 pm join your LGBTQIA Humanist friends from across the country as we get together to talk about LGBT issues, our lives, and just be together on Zoom.

It's a lot of fun and a great space for LGBTQIA and gender nonbinary folks to meetup and have a place to talk about what matters to us.

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Riverside Artswalk

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This is a FYI kinda meet-up; many people enjoy ArtWalk - you might too!

I plan on getting there around 6pm maybe we can get a group of people?
Cross posted on other meetups as well.

ArtWalk Info:


"1st Thursdays | 6-9 p.m.
Downtown Riverside
Riverside Artswalk First Thursdays was launched in 2002 and is a yearly event that takes place every first Thursday of each month to celebrate the diversity of arts and culture in the Inland Empire. The founders of this community event are two well-known local artists: Cosme Cordova, director of Division 9 Gallery and Mark Schooley, director of Riverside Community Arts Association. Currently there are over 20 venues including art galleries, studios, museums and the library which participate each month. Riverside Artswalk is hosted by the Riverside Arts Council and sponsored by the City of Riverside and Riverside Downtown Partnership."

Brickwood Pub Downtown Riverside Social Gathering

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Come meet your old and new friends and experience our interesting downtown Riverside at the newish pub, The Brickwood, a charming place that is also conducive to audible conversation. They serve wine and a million beers and you can bring in food or snacks. Bring cash or a card for your own drinks. We may choose a restaurant instead. Offer suggestions in the comments and I'll make reservations.

We encourage you to bring your friends (even the delusional religious ones cuz we luv them, too), and significant others. Expect to shuffle your seating on cue several times so you get to visit with more folks. Remember to leave a tip since we're taking up a prime spot there offset only by what we order to drink and not everyone drinks at these get togethers.

The Brickwood is in the Mission Inn mall area. Find Simple Simon’s, on the same side as Brickwood across the mall from the Mission and come three doors up towards Mission Inn Avenue and you'll see it. The sign is small, easy to miss. There is street or parking in lots nearby. Google Parkopedia for free spaces before you leave. We’ll be there at 5 pm but come anytime you can. Look for us at the long table. Please be vaccinated ONLY. I've had all three and a flu shot.

Ask An Atheist Magnolia Center Marketplace

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Come join the best Ask An Atheist team in SCA with education and outreach as we meet with the greater community and answer questions from the religious about atheism and Humanism and invite unaffiliated fellow skeptics to join in our community. You DO NOT have to answer or debate anyone at all but you will enjoy the community engagement. It's fun to hang out.

Bring your lawn chair if you'd like to sit and bring some water and some cash to find food from one of the other vendors. This market is still very small but growing compared to the Redlands Market Night but Redlands is still on hiatus. Magnolia Center Marketplace is located adjacent to Riverside Place around the post office.

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Ask An Atheist Magnolia Center Marketplace

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