The Texas Freethought Convention Inc, will be holding it's second annual event November 14, 2009 here in San Antonio Tx. It would be great if we could get some people from Freedomian Radio to represent!
Here's all the info:
It will be held at the Alzafar Shrine, on the access road of 1604. It's location is close to Blanco/1604 and Stoneoak Pkwy/1604.
It will run from 12-8pm.
This event is for individuals, families, groups, and organizations who are atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, humanists, skeptics, brights, doubters, non-theists, etc.
There will be activities for the kids, and we'll also have local and national speakers, live music, Mariachis, food, beverages, local and national organizations representing for the event. We'll also have a five person panel on topics germain to what is important to the secular community.
Bring extra cash to buy book raffle tickets, t-shirts, and other goodies. Two of Daniel Dennett's autographed books and other prominant authors are included in the raffle.
Dr. Victor J. Stenger will present for his soon to be released work "The New Atheism". Some of you may know of his book; "God, the Failed Hypothesis", his latest to come out,"Quantum Gods", among many others.
Dan Barker; Co-President of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Stuart Bechman; President of Atheist Alliance International, Kathleen Johnson; Vice President of American Atheists will all be speaking. Clare Wuellner with the Center for Inquiry will also be present as one of our five panelists towards the end of th event.
Kathleen Johnson, who works at Ft. Hood, will also talk about the events that took place recently.
Copies of his Victor Stenger's books will be available for purchase at the event and he will autograph them after his presentation.
For more information about the convention please visit: http://www.texasfreethoughtconvention.com/
You can pay via the website. Just click on Tickets and pay there. We'll have your name at the registration table.
Or you can pay by check.
Please make the check out to Texas Freethought Convention.
Bring plenty of cash, as we do not accept credit cards.