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Would you come to a "Learn to play Chess" class @ The Secular Hub - weeknight or Sat Morning (free)?

Chess is a great game that is perfect for focused, intelligent thinkers (i.e. most atheists). Not only is it a fun thinking game, the strategy, planning, and anticipation skills are applicable in everyday life. I'm considering hosting a free class to teach beginners how to play chess and am trying to gauge the interest level. This will NOT be a technical chess class (for beginners only). Participants will walk out of class knowing how to set up the board, move the pieces, capture, open the game, basic strategy, basic end game strategy, and so on. Again, there wouldn't be a fee for the class, but I will have several chess sets available for purchase ($20). Those who already have sets would, of course, be welcome to bring them.

Feb 20, 2014 4 so far

Athiest Book Group: Next Book Poll

Below is a list of books to read for our first Atheist book group meeting. Please e-mail me any book suggestions that you would like added at A date for the first meeting will be picked by members at our next meeting at Hooked on Colfax. Please rank books by number in which you would like to read them (Ordered 1-12). If I can't post additional suggestions I will add a second poll.

Mar 31, 2009 19 so far

How do you feel about using polls to help make decisions for the group?

Hey there fellow non-believers. I'd like to see what kind of interest there is in using the "Polls" feature to help make decisions in the group. I realise that such polling techniques are "unscientific", in that the respondents are the ones who are more likely to prefer online polls, but regardless, the results of this poll should shed a little light on the utility of doing future polls. Please click on one choice, and thank you for your time! PS If you select #6, please email me with your thoughts!

Feb 14, 2009 27 so far

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