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A coalition of over 12 organizations focused on the challenges of the human future. We meet regularly within the organizations and sporadically unite to bring distinguished leaders to discuss new propositions about life and review our current situation involving social, philosophical, environmental, and political concerns. We tend to have a strong bias toward humanistic solutions to the great changes we anticipate over the next decades. But we welcome all serious thinking on any matter, without regard to its philosophical direction.

Upcoming events (5+)

N Pinellas - Monthly CFI TAMPA BAY Humanist Social Dinner

Positano's Ristorante

This month we'll go a little more upscale with perhaps the best Italian restaurant in the North County. Please join us at Positano's on Tampa Rd for some great food and freethought company. The deadline for RSVP's is Sunday, August 18 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.

CLEARWATER: Tampa Bay Technology Center (TBTC) Monthly Meeting

Tampa Bay Technology Center

---> 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

N. PINELLAS - Center for Inquiry's SHARE Book Club

Clearwater Countryside Library

Freethinking book and idea lovers who are *current paid members of Center for Inquiry* are invited to discuss their latest literary, cultural, and philosophical forays focused on the selection of the month. It is REQUIRED that attendees have read the book! Attendance is limited to 12, so RSVP right away: http://bit.ly/2GCmOmx_TBCoR-Meetup Non-members are invited to join here and get all the benefits at all CFI activities and locations: http://bit.ly/2pTDfEj Simply bring your membership card or receipt for admission. Note that most of our booklovers continue at a local restaurant after the discussion. -------------------------------- This months book 8/24: Candide by Voltaire (Bill) Next month: 9/28 Walden by Henry David Thoreau (Bruce) -------------------------------- Center for Inquiry Tampa Bay: http://bit.ly/2ljTe9I * Our Mission: The Center for Inquiry strives to foster a secular society based on reason, science, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. * Our Vision: A world where people value evidence and critical thinking, where superstition and prejudice subside, and where science and compassion guide public policy. * Our Values: Integrity, Courage, Innovation, Empathy, Learning, Wonder -------------------------------- If you are not currently a paid member of CFI, here is your opportunity to become a member and join in this "for CFI members only" activity. http://bit.ly/2pTDfEj

Port Richey atheist meetup


Although random chit chat is always a pleasant way to spend the evening, one of our attendees said he knows of some interesting biblical contradictions that might make for a fun topic. What do you think? Know of any interesting biblical errors/contradictions you'd like to share? I know I have some favorites. As always, any atheist/agnostic/freethinker/rationalist/methodological naturalist/secular humanist or, what the heck, any atheist friendly folks are welcome - we just ask that people not come to preach or proselytize - aside from that, all are welcome! Since we're taking up table space at the coffee shop there, please consider patronizing their establishment with a purchase. Hope to see you there. Later, my fellow primates!

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