I had a great time at Freethought Festival 2012 (FTF1) in Madison, Wisconsin. Y’all. Seriously. If you’re active in the atheist online community and want to get more involved in person “on the ground”, if you’re looking to connect with other freethinkers, if you want to compare notes with other organizations and people from other parts of the country, you gotta, gotta, gotta get to a conference.
Next weekend the Hubby and I are road-tripping down to Madison, Wisconsin for Freethought Festival 2012. The event is being organized by the Madison Coalition of Reason, a group of seven individual organizations in the Madison area (thatsa lotta freethought groups in one area!). The speaker lineup is amazing, there’s going to be an off-site concert called Reasonate on Saturday night, and admission is free.
If I’m reading the registration page correctly, the festival is filling up fast, and today is the last day to sign up for the speaker luncheon, so if you’re in the midwest and want to hear some incredible talks on theocracy in government, diversity in the movement, the relationship between skepticism and atheism, and more, go REGISTER soon!