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This is our monthly educational meeting for the Tri-State Freethinkers. Details: Rachael Lastoff, LMHC, LPC, LPCC is a Clinical Therapist and owner of Life Informed Therapy. She is licensed in the states of MA, NC, KY, and OH and offers online and in-person counseling. Rachael provides sex-positive secular therapy and specializes in eating disorders, trauma, life transitions, and gender-affirming care. Rachael was intensively in Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT) at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School Affiliated Psychiatric Hospital and is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health. Rachael will be discussing secular therapy, using humor to heal, sex positivity, gender affirming care and how we can all be better allies to the LGBTQ+ community during these dark times. This is such an important topic we hope you will join us. Please feel free to bring anyone who this may help reach out to.
Come join us to chuck some discs and get some exercise while enjoying the outdoors at a local park. This is a fun family event that anyone can join in. All skill levels are welcomed, this is a casual event you can keep score if you like or not. Wear comfortable clothes, bring disc if you have them, we have some to share, and you might want some water.
• What we'll do It's the first Monday of the month, come and enjoy a dinner with the Tri-State Atheists at Bronte Bistro inside Joseph-Beth Booksellers. • What to bring • Important to know Atheists, Agnostics, Humanists and Freethinkers meet here. New people join every month, and we all wear name tags (no quizzes). Check the Message Board for current hot topics. This is a purely social gathering. No agenda, no speaker, no rules of order. Good food, and lively conversation. Please do not RSVP if you are not going to show up. It makes it difficult to arrange for seating and restaurant reservations,
Don’t miss the final stop of Apollo 11’s national tour On July 24, 1969, the Apollo 11 mission met President Kennedy’s 1961 challenge of “landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the earth” before the end of the decade. Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission explores and honors that great achievement using genuine flown artifacts from the Apollo 11 mission on loan from the National Air and Space Museum. Featuring the Apollo command module Columbia — the only portion of the historic spacecraft to survive the lunar journey — the exhibition explores the birth and development of the American space program and the space race in time for the 50th anniversary of humankind’s greatest scientific achievement. Destination Moon gives the guest the rare opportunity to see artifacts that made the 953,000-mile journey possible, like Buzz Aldrin’s gold-plated extravehicular helmet visor and thermal-insulated gloves. The dizzying star chart that helped Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins navigate the historic journey and the rucksack and survival kit that accompanied the astronauts are also included. The star of the exhibition is the Columbia command module, on display outside the National Air and Space Museum for the first time since 1976.