• Tarrant County Pub Night - Brickhouse Tap and Tavern (Grapevine)

    Ready to unwind after another week of busting your hump for the man? Join your fellow freethinkers. Come for the drinks, come for the food, and come for the company of your fellow heathens. Just get yourself to Pub Night! Learn more at:

  • Newbie Night - LOCATION TBD

    Location To Be Announced

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  • AIDS Services of Dallas Supper Club—EDITED FOR NOVEMBER

    Please note the changes for November listed in the menu link. Please indicate on the list what you would like to bring. Please click here for the list: HERE (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mKQmlx4YUYml6wPVEz6qZUvQ30gFPi7pzEjnOiKRYn4/edit?pli=1) We will provide a meal for the residents the fourth Thursday of every month. Also, if you cannot attend but would like to contribute needed items, please let us know and we will get the items from you! However, we would love to see you there! AIDS Services of Dallas (http://www.aidsdallas.org/) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides medically supportive housing to low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS. They have four facilities for people living with AIDS. We will participate in the Supper Club program at the Ewing Center, which houses 15-20 residents. The Supper Club is a program that provides the residents hot, nutritious meals every night. In addition to sharing home cooked meals, social interaction is also an important benefit. Here is a map to all the buildings at AIDS Services of Dallas: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=214153140555964570089.0004561584fdcd4c54f1e&z=14 Please note that Ewing is the GREEN dot. The address is 731 N. Ewing, BUT the entrance is on Comal. Park on Comal.

  • AIDS Services of Dallas Supper Club—EDITED FOR NOVEMBER

    Please note the changes for November listed in the menu link. Please indicate on the list what you would like to bring. Please click here for the list: HERE (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mKQmlx4YUYml6wPVEz6qZUvQ30gFPi7pzEjnOiKRYn4/edit?pli=1) We will provide a meal for the residents the fourth Thursday of every month. Also, if you cannot attend but would like to contribute needed items, please let us know and we will get the items from you! However, we would love to see you there! AIDS Services of Dallas (http://www.aidsdallas.org/) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides medically supportive housing to low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS. They have four facilities for people living with AIDS. We will participate in the Supper Club program at the Ewing Center, which houses 15-20 residents. The Supper Club is a program that provides the residents hot, nutritious meals every night. In addition to sharing home cooked meals, social interaction is also an important benefit. Here is a map to all the buildings at AIDS Services of Dallas: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=214153140555964570089.0004561584fdcd4c54f1e&z=14 Please note that Ewing is the GREEN dot. The address is 731 N. Ewing, BUT the entrance is on Comal. Park on Comal.

  • Atheists Helping the Homeless - Monthly Giveaway

    Cottonwood Creek Trail

    This event is cross-posted to Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fofdallas/events Robert and Vince are at it again and need your help! Each month, they visit the same homeless encampment bringing much needed food, supplies and friendship to the homeless population in the area. As always donations and volunteers are welcome. The most needed items are socks, t-shirts, water, new or gently used clothing, back packs, blankets, non-perishable foods, can openers and shoes. Please message us if you would like to help. The most precious thing you could give is your time. Come out and help us serve some of the most vulnerable among us.

  • Camping where the dinosaurs roamed!

    Dinosaur Valley State Park

    — The 30th is now full. If you haven’t reserved a spot with Stephen personally, I can’t verify we’ll have room available. Some campers are thinking about booking the site a night early, so that is an option, as well as getting your own site to set up camp and you can still hang out with us. See the link in a comment below for site reservation details. — Long ago, dinosaurs left footprints in the mud at the edge of an ancient ocean. Join us, as we explore the tracks they left in the bed of the Paluxy River! This long trip to the past is just a short drive from Fort Worth or about two hours from the Plano Area. We’ve reserved the Sauropod group camping site 150 yards from the parking area. Drinking water is in the parking area and restrooms with showers are about 400 yards away. The state park charges a $7 entrance fee for those 13 and older. For those of you who haven’t been there before, exploring can include getting your feet wet and possibly more, so make sure to bring appropriate shoes along with something dry to change into. The group camping site holds a maximum of 40 people. Any campers beyond that will have to try and find their own lodging/site. If you’re going, please leave a message with the number of campers in your party so we can contact you. To be good representatives of the FoF, we’ll follow "Leave No Trace" principles.

  • Friendsgiving with FoF

    Lake Arrowhead Trail

    This event is cross-posted to our public Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/fofdallas/events Come celebrate Friendsgiving with your FoF family! Will and Christina are hosting this event for our “orphan” friends who may not have family they can (or want to) share Thanksgiving with, but ALL are welcome!! (Including kids!) Doors “open” at 4pm, dinner will be served sometime between 6-7pm. Bring a dish to share. We will be smoking a turkey and have a few side dishes. Come early if you need access to the kitchen to assemble or finish your dish. 😊 Here is the sign up genius so that we don’t have too many duplicate dishes. Please RSVP so we know how big of a turkey to get! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080C4BA9A722A4FD0-friendsgiving

  • Adopt-A-Highway Road Cleanup

    Walgreens

    Come help us clean up our stretch of adopted highway! We start in the middle of our prominent 2-mile stretch at Walgreens and carry our trash to the FOF signs as requested by the Texas Adopt a Highway program. Reflective vests, gloves, and trash bags will be provided. Please bring water and wear comfortable shoes! Children must be at least 7 years of age to participate, because this is a busy road. We will meet for refreshments at a nearby cafe or restaurant afterward, for those who are interested. .

  • Trivia at Trinity Hall (Mockingbird)

    Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant

    This event is cross-posted on our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/events Trivia starts at 7:30 pm and it moves fast. We recommend showing up by 6:30 especially if you want to get your grub on. If you think trivia isn't your thing you can stop by for a beer, food, say hello, or checkout their extensive vegan menu.