This group is for people who formerly or never believed in gnomes, goblins and gods to meet up and be openly faithless. In and around Phoenixville there are almost as many churches as there are car dealerships and far more churches than coffee shops or bookstores.
Though we aren't affiliated with this group we align closely with this mission: "The mission of Openly Secular is to eliminate discrimination and increase acceptance by getting secular people - including atheists, freethinkers, agnostics, humanists and nonreligious people - to be open about their beliefs."
Got something on your mind - about politics, separation of church and state, science? Come to this and take a load off. This place has good coffee, but they also brew their own beer, and they have food. Plenty of room too.
It is on Rt 100 S - behind the UFC gym, and across from the Target in Exton. Plenty of parking.
Weather permitting - how about the Valley Creek, Horseshoe, and Mt. Misery Trails?
Parking at Washington's Headquarters seem like a good place.
I've admired Harriet Tubman since I was a kid and I read a biography "Runaway Slave."
This event is free but you need to register - as I imagine space is limited.
Easter was sold out, so I went for the closest thing - Palm Sunday. Limited to 10 people because of advance reservations and the time of day. This place is pretty popular (we went last year). Please note it's $29.50 for the weekend brunch - but it is worth it!