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October 13 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Wear your tinfoil hats for an evening walk through pseudoscience (ideas that are made to sound scientific, but aren’t), woo (pseudoscientific or non-scientific explanations for phenomena), and all things bullsh*t.
Our own Tammy Blanchette will be the featured speaker for the evening. This topic should be lots of fun (if we don’t get too discouraged by all misinformation that’s out there).
Bring your questions and join in the discussion.
About our Monthly Meetings
Welcome! Our regular monthly meetings are always open to the public. Come early for dinner, drinks, or just to visit. Our social and (optional) dinner time begins at 5:30. Meeting is at 6:30 followed by the presentation at about 7:00 PM. Late-comers and drop-ins are welcome, so if you can’t make it on time or stay till the end, don’t worry. You can eat during the meeting if you’re late – the buffet is open till 8 PM.
If you are new and just checking us out, you are welcome to attend one or two events before becoming a member. After that, if you wish to continue to participate, we ask that you support the group by joining. Our annual dues are reasonable and include a limited-income option.
All events are subject to change, and some details may be TBA. In the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances, events may be subject to cancellation or details may change. Check future newsletters, the Home page of our website, our Facebook page, or Meetup for information and updates.
Charity of the Month
Our October Charity is the Kasese Humanist Primary School in Uganda. HAAM sponsors a child there. More information is in our October newsletter.