Calendar

This is a calendar that is a compilation of all of the various Meetup sites that WASH organizes events under. Please note that the Northern Virginia Chapter (NVC) posts their events on the main WASH Meetup. Additionally, the WASH meetup and the DC Atheist Meetup often cross-post events so they may appear more than once on the calendar below. To filter by Chapter, click on “Categories” below and select the appropriate Chapter. To view in monthly, weekly or daily calendar format, click on “Agenda” and select the preferred view.

Oct
8
Sun
The Authoritarian Mind presented by Don Wharton @ Salem Church Library
Oct 8 @ 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Fredericksburg Secular Humanists
Sunday, October 8 at 2:30 PM

Don Wharton is a now retired IT professional, who worked primarily for the National Academy of Sciences. He served twelve years on the WASH Board of D…

The Authoritarian Mind presented by Don Wharton

Sunday, Oct 8, 2017, 2:30 PM

Salem Church Library
2607 Salem Church Rd Fredericksburg, VA

5 Humanists Attending

Don Wharton is a now retired IT professional, who worked primarily for the National Academy of Sciences. He served twelve years on the WASH Board of Directors with one term as the WASH Vice President. As the Organizer of the DC Atheists Meetup, a WASH chapter with over 1,200 on-line members, he is the sole member of WASH leadership who identifies f…

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Nov
12
Sun
Who Cut God’s Hair – an online presentation and discussion with Garrett Glass @ Salem Church Library
Nov 12 @ 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Fredericksburg Secular Humanists
Sunday, November 12 at 2:30 PM

Garrett Glass is the author of the Jehoshua series of historical fiction books, covering the development of early Christianity, beginning with the dea…

Who Cut God’s Hair – an online presentation and discussion with Garrett Glass

Sunday, Nov 12, 2017, 2:30 PM

Salem Church Library
2607 Salem Church Rd Fredericksburg, VA

5 Humanists Attending

Garrett Glass is the author of the Jehoshua series of historical fiction books, covering the development of early Christianity, beginning with the death of Jehoshua (Jesus Christ) and incorporating both historical and fictional characters and circumstances.  Book One in the series, Jehoshua: Signs and Wonders, tells the story of the first twenty fi…

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