The Season of Reason is upon us once again and the last days of the Gregorian calendar are quickly approaching. What better way can there be to observe this spectacle than to join some of your fellow non-theists for a late breakfast, or an early lunch, or ... let's just call it Sunday M.A.S.S.
Where: The Stone of Accord, 4951 N Reserve St. (in the "meeting room")
When: Sunday, December 6th, 10am
Just tell the host(ess) that you're with the group in the meeting room and they'll get you to the right spot.
There are also a few other dates to keep open in December to join us for other activities.
Monday, December 21st is the Winter Solstice for 2009 (the day when the sun reaches it's most southerly declination, and thus, the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere). To celebrate the days starting to get longer again, the Missoula Area Secular Society will be having their 2nd Annual Snow Sculpting event on Sunday, December 20th. Further details will be posted when the day gets closer but it won't hurt to start planning your arsenal of tools now (shovels, buckets, toboggan sleds, spray bottles, koolaid, etc).
On December 19th (the night before our Solstice Event), a bunch of Missoulians will be carousing the bar scene downtown dressed in Santa costumes and singing vulgar carols demanding free drinks. This is not organized by, or in any way associated with M.A.S.S. However, it may still be something that some of our members may want to either participate (or spectate) in. Full details can be found at the event's Facebook page. If you go, don't stay out so late that you miss the Snow Sculpting on Sunday!
We will possibly have a bar hoping event of our own on the afternoon of the 24th.
And lastly, there are some other dates of interest in December that we have no official events scheduled to observe. If you'd be interested in organizing something for us for any of these (or any other day for that matter), please get in touch with Jon ASAP. Anniversary of the Kitzmiller vs. Dover Decision (December 20th) (maybe meet for dinner and drinks downtown after snow sculpting?). Festivus (December 23rd), Human Light (December 23rd), Kwanzaa (December 26th), Anniversary of the departure of HMS Beagle on her historic voyage (December 27th).
As always, join our Facebook group, and follow us on Twitter for small announcements and last minute updates on event locations.
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