If you live in or around Pittsburgh and would like to hang out with me this week, I’m in town! I talked at First Unitarian Church yesterday morning and I’m speaking at Carnegie Mellon today at 5.
I’d like to see as many Camels With Hammers readers as I can so I’m going to camp out on Wednesday from 5:30pm until at least 10pm—perhaps longer–at the Double Wide Grill at 2339 East Carson St.,
Pittsburgh, Pa 15203. The phone number for the place is 412-390-1111.
Also, on the off chance that anyone in Grove City would like to meet up with me, be in touch by writing me at email@example.com. I will be visiting Grove City College, my alma mater, all day tomorrow (Tuesday November 18).
I would love to meet anyone interested in hanging out. I already know a few extremely fun people I’ve met at Pennsylvania Atheists/Humanists Conferences will be coming out Wednesday. Here’s hoping you’ll be there too!
And speaking of the Pennsylvania Atheists/Humanists, Pennsylvania NonBelievers (who puts on those great conferences I’ve attended two years in a row) are running a food packing event to feed the hungry. Here’s the information on what they’re doing and how you can help:
Pennsylvania Nonbelievers, in cooperation with various other freethought organizations, has been involved in running the PA State Atheist/Humanist conference since 2012. At next year’s conference (2015), we would like to organize a food-packing event to give to people who are hungry. We will be working with a non-profit called End Hunger NE to organize a food packing event to be held at the PAStAHCon in Harrisburg, PA on the weekend of September 11th-13th, 2015.
Each meal costs 25 cents. That’s it. For every 25 cents you donate, you can feed one person one meal. We will then, at the conference, package those meals we raise money for to deliver at local food banks, providing food for those who need it. Please help however you can, and show everyone that atheists, humanists, agnostics, skeptics and other nonbelievers DO care!
Go here to donate.
Go here if you are unclear on why humanists should be doing such charity endeavors under the banner of humanism.
I hope to see you in Pittsburgh!