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/).

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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.

Meeting ID:[masked]https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2457389929

All Dogs Are Atheists or Possibly Agnostics

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It's doubtful your dog is spiritual but not religious. Certainly not any other denominations of any flavor of religion. It is possible they could think you are god-like in their own doggie way. Come to the dog park with the atheists whether you bring your dog or not. We'll watch the happy animals run around and play and we'll get in some good conversation. Wear your bug spray. Bring a drink. Come when you can, leave when you need to. There are no potties for humans. There are little doggie poop bags a plenty.

NOTE: This is a family friendly event. Dogs not required to attend.

Many of the dogs that will come do play on the large dog side of the park. There is a small dog side as well if your pup would prefer. You don't need to bring a dog to come, though. It's the outdoor camaraderie that counts.

This dog park is nice and shady on a hill with a lovely breeze. It is located roughly on the other side of Mount Rubidoux away from Riverside but NOT the dog park right at the base of Mount Rubidoux. We plan to be at the picnic table closest to the large dog entry gate unless it is already occupied. Throw a lawn chair in your trunk if more than about 8 sign up to come, which is all that will fit on the seats of the picnic tables. Plenty room for more if you have a lawn chair. Bring your dog a water bowl and water if you like. There are hoses there and usually a kiddie pool or community water bowl.

Remember that "dog" is "god" spelled backwards for a reason! The people are friendly and so are the dogs. Can't find us? Text Reb at[masked] day of if you need to.

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."

California Freethought Day 2022

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California Freethought Day combines the fun and atmosphere of a fair with the education and activism of a conference. It's a festival of freethought.

Join us at our free event to celebrate freedom of speech and thought, civic engagement, enthusiasm for science, social justice, and the separation of church and state.

Our event will be outdoors at the California State Capitol Building and livestreamed via Facebook, YouTube, and more.

📅 Program

11 AM - Visit Community Groups
12 PM - Event Starts - See the schedule on our website
5:30 PM - Event Ends

🎤 Speakers, Live Entertainment, and More

Our 21st year features the following speakers, entertainers, podcasters, authors, and more:

  • Emery Emery, comedian and producer
  • Kevon Cameron, podcast host
  • Chalice Blythe, The Satanic Temple
  • Nancy Brink, Chaplain and Americans United trustee
  • Nadya Dutchin, American Humanist Association
  • Thomas Smith, podcast host
  • David McAfee, author
  • Elbe Spurling, artist and author
  • Judy Saint, author
  • Alexis Record, author
  • Voices of Reason, a cappella choir
  • Nancy Gonzalez, poet
  • Brad Buchanan, poet
  • Sean O'Brien (as Robert Ingersoll)
  • Andy Swan (as Uncle Sam)

We're also presenting awards to Eugenie Scott, Rep. Jimmy Gomez (CA-34), and Susan Gerbic and awarding our scholarship winners.

📺 Live Stream
Watch the live stream via Facebook, YouTube, and more. Free registration will ensure you get reminders and links to join us.

🌳 In Person
Join us outdoors at the Capitol and visit with community groups, meet the authors, enjoy a picnic on the grass, and more.

🎟 Free Registration
Registration is free, supported by donations and sponsorships. To officially register, please visit our website:

Your free registration includes a full-color program and a chance to win any of our door prize baskets valued together at $300 when you attend and complete our survey.

You can support California Freethought Day with a donation when you register or by attending the Supporters' Reception on Saturday evening.

🔗 Other Links

For updates and more, follow us on all major networks @FreethoughtDay.


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