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Sunday, March 18 Skeptics at the Commons Sharon Hill on Paranormal’s “Scientifical Americans”  New York City Skeptics promotes critical thinking, skeptical inquiry, and science education in the New York City metropolitan area. For more information please e-mail us at contact @ nycskeptics.org or visit www.nycskeptics.org Each month we meet on a wide range of subjects. 1:00PM-3:00PM The Brooklyn …

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The SHSNY 10th Annual Darwin Day Celebration

Friday, February 9  6:30-9:30PM The Storehouse Restaurant, 69 West 23 Street Distinguished Guest Speaker: SUSAN JACOBY … who will introduce and read from the just-published New Edition of her NYTimes Best-Seller The Age of American Unreason in a Culture of Lies Confirm your place today at our celebration of Charles Darwin’s 209th birthday – and the …

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Dec 14: Secular Coalition Cocktail and Benefit Bash    

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Annual RNY Winter Solstice Party!

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Skepticamp 2017

Saturday, December 2, 2017 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM The Brooklyn Commons Cafe 388 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY We invite you to a FREE ($20 optional donation to NYC Skeptics appreciated) all-day series of lectures on Science and Skepticism topics. SkeptiCamp is like a science conference, except that its content is provided by the attendees themselves! Anyone can …

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Oct 20: CFI-LI Monthly Forum   The Center for Inquiry – Long Island is the local LI branch of CFI, a think tank working to foster a secular society based on science, reason, free inquiry and humanist values. CFI-LI sponsors public educational programs, supports local campus and community groups, and works with the media. For further information and our schedule of …

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SHSNY’s 9th Annual Freethought Day Brunch

When: Sunday October 8 Where: Pete’s Tavern, 129 East 18th Street, New York, NY With speaker Jonathan Engel on “Separation of Church & State Isn’t in the Constitution” … and Other American Myths A nationally-recognized First Amendment authority, Jon’s 2013 Freethought Day presentation for us, “The History of Church/State Separation in America”, was an insightful …

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Sep 11: Stoic School of LIfe: The role ethics of Epictetus   The Stoic School of Life is inspired (with a bit of immodesty) to the ancient Greco-Roman schools of philosophy. Plato, Aristotle, Epicurus, Epictetus and many others simply gave lectures about their favorite topics and engaged in Socratic discussions with people interested in what they had …

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Book Launch Party: Robyn DeLuca’s The Hormone Myth

Wednesday, August 2 The Brooklyn Commons 388 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Come celebrate the launch of Dr. DeLuca’s new book, The Hormone Myth: How Junk Science, Gender Politics and Lies About PMS Keep Women Down (on pre-sale at Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Hormone-Myth-Science-Gender-Politics/dp/1626255091/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1496935230&sr=8-1&keywords=the+hormone+myth   Join us at the Cafe at the Brooklyn Commons for a brief reading …

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July 26: SHSNY: Great Lectures On DVD: James Randi The Secular Humanist Society of New York (SHSNY) is a leader in the NYC area freethought community: Okay, you’re an atheist/agnostic – now what? Secular humanism is a philosophy of life guided by reason and science, free from religious and secular dogmas, promoting human happiness, freedom and understanding on this …

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