The big events in Colorado Springs and Denver this week are the panels on religious agendas in public schools with Richard Dawkins and Katherine Stewart. There are multiple opportunities to see both speakers throughout the week. If you did not get tickets to the Neil deGrasse Tyson event in late April you will be disappointed to know that tickets sold out in the first 24 hours of being on sale. Here is your week ahead:
Sunday, February 24
The Secular Sundays Brunch will be at the Eastside Panera.
Boulder Atheists will have a monthly member meeting with the theme of member's "Journey to Atheism".
Skyclad Coven of the Wolf will have their Pagan Class 101 and a social.
Monday, February 25
The "With an Open Mind" Discussion Group will be discussing drones in war and peace.
Tuesday, February 26
The Secular Coalition for Colorado will host a 25 person intimate reception with Richard Dawkins.
The Colorado Springs BodhiMind Meetup Group will have a Buddhist meditation.
Wednesday, February 27
Freethinkers of Colorado Springs will be hosting a panel discussion on "Exploring religious agendas in public schools" with Richard Dawkins, Katherine Stewart, Sean Faircloth, and Eric Cernyar.
Thursday, February 28
Boulder Atheists will have their coffee club meeting.
Boulder Atheists will have their weekly lunch social.
The panel discussion on "Exploring religious agendas in public schools" with Richard Dawkins and Katherine Stewart will be in Denver.
Friday, March 1
There will be a Katherine Stewart reception at the Secular Hub in Denver hosted by Secular Parents Club.
There will be a Katherine Stewart reception in Boulder hosted by the Richard Dawkins Foundation.
Saturday, March 2
Freethinkers of Colorado Springs will have a day of float preparation for St. Patrick's Day parade.
The Durango Skeptics and Atheists Meetup Group will be discussing internet operations and security.
Skeptics in the Pub (Fort Collins) will have a meeting.
The Grove of The Autumn Moon will have a celebration of the Full Snow Moon.