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Oct 04 2010

Greta’s Speaking Tour, NE Ohio and Western PA, Oct. 13-15

GretaIf you live in Northeastern Ohio or Western Pennsylvania — or if you’re going to be there next week — come hear me speak! I’m going to be doing a whirlwind speaking tour of the area, October 13-15, with stops in Cleveland, Kent, Youngstown, and Pittsburgh.

I’ll be speaking on three different topics, no less: Atheism and Sexuality, Atheist Philosophies of Death, and What The Atheist Movement Can Learn From the LGBT Movement. So come hear me more than once, if you like! I’ll be doing Q&A at every talk, so come with questions if you have any. And if you do come, please introduce yourself and say howdy. Here are the details:

LOCATION: Kent State University, Kent, OH
KSU Student Center, Rm 317
TIME: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
SPONSOR: KSU Freethinkers
ADMISSION: Free
TOPIC: Atheist Philosophies of Death

LOCATION: Brecksville Public Library, Brecksville, OH (near Cleveland)
TIME: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
SPONSOR: Center for Inquiry, Cleveland chapter
ADMISSION: Free
TOPIC: Atheist Philosophies of Death

LOCATION: Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH
Ohio Room
TIME: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
SPONSORS: YSU, Dr. James Dale Ethics Center
ADMISSION: Free
TOPIC: Atheism and Sexuality

LOCATION: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Spartan Room in Thwing Center (Case’s Student Union) (map here)
TIME: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
SPONSORS: Case Center for Inquiry and Spectrum
ADMISSION: Free
TOPIC: Atheism and Sexuality

LOCATION: Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA
One North Shore Drive, on Pittsburgh’s North Shore next to Heinz Field, on the Science Stage
TIME: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
EVENT: Associated with Drinking Skeptically – Pittsburgh
SPONSORS: Center for Inquiry Pittsburgh; co-sponsored by Steel City Skeptics and Drinking Skeptically – Pittsburgh
ADMISSION: $6 to non-CFI members, free to FOC. Parking $5 , $3 for Carnegie members.
TOPIC: What The Atheist Movement Can Learn From the LGBT Movement

Hope to see you there!

3 comments

  1. 1
    Patrick (Rubbs) Regan

    I’m going to try my hardest to make the Kent State talk, but if I can’t make that one, I’ll try to catch you in Brecksville. BTW, you didn’t give yourself much of a break in between! I hope to see you there,
    ~Rubbs

  2. 2
    the chaplain

    Pittsburgh is only a few hours drive for me, but I’m hosting company from Canada next week. I hope you’ll swing by the east coast again.

  3. 3
    Patrick (Rubbs) Regan

    I really enjoyed your talk at the Brecksville Library. Thank you.

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