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Living Without Religion (Grand Rapids)

Sunday, June 12, 2016, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Schuler Books - Studio, 2660 28th St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI, View Map

Description

Join others who are recovering from or have recovered from religion and want to help others do the same. We are a group of people that know and understand what you are struggling with and can offer friendly social support in a non-threatening, understanding and relaxed atmosphere. We will share experiences and resources to help cope with and deal with problems related to leaving organized religion or living without any religion.

Whether you are thinking of leaving your religion, are already living religion free, or you just wish to support others, please come join us.

Participate in discussions, share your story, ask the questions that are on your mind, meet new people, make new friends and discover you’re not alone in your search for secular beliefs.

Living Without Religion (Grand Rapids) meets on the Second and Fourth Sundays of each month.

Additional Details

To find the group go to the meeting room located in the back left corner of the bookstore (not the café).

Cost: Free, beverages and snacks are available for purchase.

Contact: Shirley Draft, , 616-318-3274



Skeptics In The Pub (Ypsilanti)

Thursday, June 16, 2016, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Arbor Brewing Company, 720 Norris Street , Ypsilanti, MI, View Map

Description

This is a great opportunity for skeptics to talk, share ideas (and yes, drink) in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We discuss the issues of the day and whatever else is on our minds. But most of all, we have fun while promoting skepticism, science, and rationality.

Don't drink? Don't let that stop you from joining us! Some of the world's most famous skeptics are teetotalers, and we are happy to have you!

Remember that drinking skeptically means drinking responsibly. If there's one thing science has taught us, it's the effects of alcohol on the human body.

Skeptics in the Pub (Ypsilanti) meets on the Third Thursday of each month.

Additional Details

To find the group, look for table signs with the Center for Inquiry logo.

Food & Beverages are available for purchase.

Cost: FREE / Donations Appreciated. Ways to Support CFI & Donate Online

Contact: Lucas Bell, , 989-780-3699



Café Inquiry (Muskegon)

Thursday, June 16, 2016, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Brew House, 225 Seminole Rd., Norton Shores, MI, View Map

Description

Café Inquiry is a casual event starting with a short 10-15 minute introduction of the day's topic followed by open discussion.

Members are welcome to propose and schedule a topic which would be of interest toward establishing a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values.

Please contact Tim Hamlin if you have a topic that you would like to discuss at an upcoming Café Inquiry.

Café Inquiry (Muskegon) meets on the Third Thursday of each month.

Additional Details

To find the group look for the table signs with the Center for Inquiry–Michigan Logo.

Food & Beverages are available for purchase.

Cost: FREE / Donations Appreciated. Ways to Support CFI & Donate Online

Contact: Tim Hamlin, , 231-282-0571



Skeptics In The Pub (Lansing)

Saturday, June 18, 2016, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kelly's Downtown, 220 Washington Square S, Lansing, MI, View Map

Description

This is a great opportunity for skeptics to talk, share ideas (and yes, drink) in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We discuss the issues of the day and whatever else is on our minds. But most of all, we have fun while promoting skepticism, science, and rationality.

Don't drink? Don't let that stop you from joining us! Some of the world's most famous skeptics are teetotalers, and we are happy to have you!

Remember that drinking skeptically means drinking responsibly. If there's one thing science has taught us, it's the effects of alcohol on the human body.

Skeptics in the Pub (Lansing) meets on the Third Saturday of each month.

Additional Details

To find the group, look for table signs with the Center for Inquiry logo.

Food & Beverages are available for purchase.

Cost: FREE / Donations Appreciated. Ways to Support CFI & Donate Online

Contact: Ken Shay, , 517-927-2805



Skeptics In The Pub (Sterling Heights)

Saturday, June 18, 2016, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Mr. B's , 48550 Van Dyke Ave., Shelby Township, MI, View Map

Description

This is a great opportunity for skeptics to talk, share ideas (and yes, drink) in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We discuss the issues of the day and whatever else is on our minds. But most of all, we have fun while promoting skepticism, science, and rationality.

Don't drink? Don't let that stop you from joining us! Some of the world's most famous skeptics are teetotalers, and we are happy to have you!

Remember that drinking skeptically means drinking responsibly. If there's one thing science has taught us, it's the effects of alcohol on the human body.

Skeptics in the Pub (Sterling Heights) meets on the Third Saturday of each month.

Additional Details

To find the group, look for table signs with the Center for Inquiry logo.

Food & Beverages are available for purchase. Be sure to include gratuity for our very attentive waiter!

Cost: FREE / Donations Appreciated. Ways to Support CFI & Donate Online

Contact: Mike Slomka, , 586-354-8501



Skeptics In The Pub (Grand Rapids)

Tuesday, June 21, 2016, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
TBD, TBD, Grand Rapids, MI, TBD

Description

This is a great opportunity for skeptics to talk, share ideas (and yes, drink) in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We discuss the issues of the day and whatever else is on our minds. But most of all, we have fun while promoting skepticism, science, and rationality.

Don't drink? Don't let that stop you from joining us! Some of the world's most famous skeptics are teetotalers, and we are happy to have you!

Remember that drinking skeptically means drinking responsibly. If there's one thing science has taught us, it's the effects of alcohol on the human body.

Skeptics in the Pub (Grand Rapids) meets on the Third Tuesday of each month.

Additional Details

To find the group, look for table signs bearing the Center For Inquiry logo.

Cost: Individuals are responsible for purchasing their own food/beverages.

Contact: Jason Pittman, , (616) 634-2471



NO Lecture (Grand Rapids)

Wednesday, June 22, 2016, 12:00 am – 12:00 am
n/a, , Grand Rapids, MI,

Description

No Lecture 4th Wednesday in June due to due to the 10th Annual Secular Summer Retreat. Hope to see you at the retreat! See the link for complete details.

Cost: n/a

Contact: Jennifer Beahan, , 616-698-2342



Book of Mormon Musical (Grand Rapids)

Wednesday, June 22, 2016, 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
DeVos Performance Hall, 300 Monroe Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI, View Map

Description

Book of Mormon

Join your friends at CFI–Michigan to see The Book of Mormon musical! Get Your Tickets Today, before they sell out!

The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical that tells the story of two young Mormon missionaries sent to a remote village in northern Uganda, where a brutal warlord is threatening the local population. Naïve and optimistic, the two missionaries try to share the Book of Mormon, one of their scriptures—which only one of them has read—but have trouble connecting with the locals, who are more worried about war, famine, poverty, and AIDS than about religion. (from wikipedia)

Don't miss your chance to see the Book of Mormon, the nine-time Tony Award® winning Best Musical from the creators of South Park. For more information, visit Book of Mormon Broadway Tour.

Additional Details

Note: This Musical contains explicit language.

We have reserved group tickets split in three blocks in the orchestra, mezzanine and balcony sections to provide a variety of prices to make it affordable for everyone to join us. See the Dark blue sections on the map below for seat locations

Ticket Prices

  • Zone 1 - Orchestra - $76
  • Zone 2 - Mezzanine - $64
  • Zone 3 - Balcony - $37

Cost: See above or Buy Tickets Now

Contact: Jennifer Beahan, , 616-706-2029



10th Annual Secular Summer Retreat

Friday, June 24, 2016, 4:00 pm – 11:59 pm
Long Lake Outdoor Center, 10370 Gun Lake Rd, Middleville, MI, View Map

Description

Join us Friday–Sunday, June 24–26, 2016, for the Tenth Annual Secular Summer Retreat at the Long Lake Outdoor Center and enjoy the company of fellow freethinkers, and the beauty of the Michigan summer. Fun for the whole family: great food, cabins, hiking, canoeing, swimming, activities.

Details & Registration: Secular Summer Retreat Information Page

Cost: See link above.

Contact: Jennifer Beahan, , 616-706-2029



Skeptics In The Pub (Flint)

Friday, June 24, 2016, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Empress of China, 2320 South Dort Highway, Flint, MI, View Map

Description

This is a great opportunity for skeptics to talk, share ideas (and yes, drink) in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We discuss the issues of the day and whatever else is on our minds. But most of all, we have fun while promoting skepticism, science, and rationality.

Don't drink? Don't let that stop you from joining us! Some of the world's most famous skeptics are teetotalers, and we are happy to have you!

Remember that drinking skeptically means drinking responsibly. If there's one thing science has taught us, it's the effects of alcohol on the human body.

Skeptics in the Pub (Flint) meets on the Fourth Friday of each month.

Additional Details

To find the group, look for table signs bearing the Center for Inquiry–Michigan logo. We gather in a semi-private room toward the back of the restaurant.

Food & Beverages are available for purchase.

Cost: FREE / Donations Appreciated. Ways to Support CFI & Donate Online

Contact: Dean Tersigni and Warren McClure, , 810-309-5043 (Dean)


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