Upcoming Travel Schedule

Here’s where I’m planning to be in the next few months. If you’re going to be in one of these places at the same time and are interested in meeting up, let me know!

• Coming up soon, I’m going to Washington, D.C. on February 17, for the Sierra Club’s Forward on Climate Rally. The rally itself is on Sunday, but I’ll be in town most of that weekend.

• I haven’t made a definite decision yet, but I’m considering going to the American Atheists’ 50th anniversary convention in Austin, Texas the weekend of March 30. Anyone care to sway me one way or the other?

• The weekend of May 19, I’ll be back in Washington, D.C. for Women in Secularism 2, a really fantastic-looking conference that I wouldn’t miss for the world.

• From June 20 to 23, I’ll be in San Jose for Netroots Nation. If fortune is favorable, I may even be on a panel! More details on that one as it develops.

What conferences are you folks going to attend this year?

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  • http://www.ooblick.com/weblog/ arensb

    Anyone up for dinner in D.C.? Someplace convenient for Adam, obviously. Adam, where are you staying?
    If location isn’t an issue, I’m always up for a jaunt to the Piratz Tavern in Silver Spring.

  • Figs

    My wife’s out of town through the whole month of February. I live in Baltimore, and will be looking for stuff to do with myself on the weekends. DC would certainly work for me.

  • Adam Lee

    I have a hotel near Dupont Circle. I think Silver Spring might be a bit far, since I wasn’t planning on renting a car, but anywhere that can be reached in a reasonable amount of time by taxi or mass transit is fine with me.

    Tell you what, I’ll send out an e-mail and we’ll plan. Anyone else who wants to get in on this, let me know!

  • http://www.ooblick.com/weblog/ arensb

    I was going to say that everything is close to Metro, but then I remembered that Silver Spring is on the Red line, which violates the “reasonable amount of time” requirement.</local-snark>

  • LindaJoy

    I’m hoping to make the FFRF convention this year in Madison. It’s Sept. 27-28. Hope to see you there (again!).

  • http://www.ooblick.com/weblog/ arensb

    Well, that was certainly fun. I hope everyone agrees, and made it back to their respective homes/hotels/hospices safely.