This Sunday, we’re going back downtown to a central (and secular) location. The Central Hillside Community Center is at the corner of 4th St. East and N. Lake Street. There is an off-road parking lot accessible from 4th Street and plenty of street parking in the area. Thanks to our Christian friends, street parking is free on Sundays.
As we move into the season of spring and new beginnings–along with our brand new venue–it’s time to reflect on where we are, how far we’ve come, and where to go next. So this Sunday, April 2nd, we will have a Crossroads Conference.
Under the capable leadership of our Flounder (Bill van Druten), our long time announcer and convener (Tom Patten), and our greeter and Vice-Chair (Linda Crumpton), we will have a discussion of membership, finances, programming, socials, outreach, and activism. How should we proceed? What should we do next? What are your thoughts? Be sure to come and have your say.
Coffee and pastries will be served.
As always, the doors open at 9:30 am for socializing with your free thinking friends. The meeting begins at 10:00 am and is usually wrapped up by about 11:30. Why not come out on the first Sunday of each month to support downtown Duluth and Freedom from Religion (and did we mention, coffee and pastries?)