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---> RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2qEQuH4_TBCoR-Meetup CFI Tampa Bay supports education, and TBTC is a premier technology resource for the Bay Area. Visit their Web site to learn of their extensive programs. Most are free. http://bit.ly/2DtFDUv TBTC has a monthly meeting every 3rd Tuesday with a different speaker and topic. You may come BEFORE this meeting (at 5:30 pm) for a Question and Answer session. Bring your computer questions! The Tampa Bay Technology Center (TBTC) recently changed its name from the Tampa Bay Computer Society. We wanted to reflect that we have added social media (like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) and hardware devices (like smartphones, tablets, kindles, etc.) to our free computer repair, digital conversions, and 50+ monthly trainings. RSVP HERE: http://bit.ly/2qEQuH4_TBCoR-Meetup
Tampa Humanist Association Meets every third Saturday of the month at, 11:00 AM North Tampa Public Library 8916 North Blvd. Tampa, FL 33604 Discussion Leaders: Lucas Hopegood & Jim Peterson As Humanists it is our task to discover the secret world above & within the level of conscious recognition. Using the instruments of reason, & critical thinking, we strive to be at one in understanding both the world that made us, & the one we are inventing. Each month a new investigation thoughtfully & critically dissects a new intersection of mind & matter. Be part of it. JP Learn more about the association at http://tampahumanist.com/ this meeting is co-hosted by Atheists of Florida, who asks that you please remember to bring personal hygiene products for our community project. We now can accept regular size containers of shampoo and soap. This quarter we donated over 150 personal hygiene items, as well as almost 350 pairs of socks to people that need them.
Dinner and conversation on current events and items of concern for state-church separation and religious liberty. We will join with the Humanist Society of the Suncoast. The location is changed on a monthly basis and will be announced for each month. For our Atheists helping the Homeless project - small bars of unused soap, small bottles of shampoo, heavy-duty socks, or money (for bulk purchase of these items) For our Atheists helping school kids - Composition Books, Index Cards, Pencils, Children’s Books, Rulers, Compasses/Protractors, Backpacks, Washable Markers, Highlighters, Glue Sticks, Scissors, Copy Paper, Pens, Large Pink Erasers, Pocket Folders, Calculators, Dividers, Crayons (24 Count), Soap/Shampoo, Tissue Boxes/Packs, Deodorant, Feminine Care Products, Kids’ Socks/Underwear, Hand Sanitizer
This month we'll enjoy dinner at a local favorite, GrillSmith Restaurant across Countryside Blvd from the Countryside Mall. Please join us for some good food and freethought company and conversation. The deadline for RSVP's is Sunday, October 13 at 11:30 pm. Limited to 15 reservations!!! This venue is wheelchair accessible. Late RSVP's please email David: [masked]. If you RSVP for this event and you are not able to attend, please change your Meetup status to "No" prior to the event. -----> Please bring non-perishable food for Tampa Bay Harvest, our Tampa Bay Coalition of Reason food program. ----->The Center for Inquiry values full participation at all of its events, including participation from individuals with disabilities. If any of you have any suggestions for future social venues, please email David at [masked] and I will inspect them for suitability before our next social.