Among the necessities of life are books and food, and on the third Saturday of each month, we'll celebrate at least books.
I will list the books for several months so you can plan ahead. Books are available in the public library (or in some cases, for free online). You can also usually find books at the PCC Libraries, the use of which is free.
(Location is subject to change.)
September 15: Literary criticism/analysis or a book or play or character, preferably one you have read already.
October 20: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.
November 17: Any book by Zora Neale Hurston.
December 15: Non-Western Mythology/Religion.
January 19: Daughter of Fortune by Isabelle Allende.
February 16: Any play or collection of short stories or essays by Anton Chekhov.
March 16: Any book, fiction or nonfiction, about U. S Territories (e.g., Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, etc.).
Steven Novella, the host of the long running The Skeptics Guide to the Universe Podcast, will be at Dante's Fire to give a presentation, answer questions, and sign books. (https://www.theskepticsguide.org/)
First one of the New Year! Let's get together, share a meal, laugh a bit, and look at the different types of Atheism. Also, I want your 2019 Atheist predictions. Will 2019 be better? Show up, bring your friends but let's get this fucking thing done this year!
Because Tacos and Mexican food! Hang out with some fellow heathens and have some good food. Each month we will try a new Mexican place because this is Tucson and we are full of them. This month we try Rancho Rustico in Vail (http://www.ranchorusticorestaurantaz.com/)! This one has some veggie options.
If you have a suggestion of a place we should try just let me know.