SOFREE has many activities intended to involve as many people as possible its social community. These include events and activities that promote mutual support, socializing, discussion, and information gathering.
Brunches: SOFREE has a brunch on the third Sunday of every month. Members and guests gather to chat, listen to presentations, ask questions, discuss the answers and, of course, enjoy food. Check our events schedule to determine the time and place. People who pay for what they order and behave themselves are welcome.
SOFREE Think Tank: This is a discussion group for society members only and provides an opportunity to discuss ideas, particularly those that have been published in some way or another: essays, books, videos, movies, etc. The group meets monthly and details about the group are published in our monthly members’ bulletin.
Darwin Day: We celebrate Darwin’s birthday on February 12 each year, usually with a dinner and presentation by a scholar on evolution. The event is open to the public and tickets are available through the upcoming events menu to the right when details are decided. Prices vary according to the dinner and venue costs and society members are invited at a discounted rate.
Winter Solstice: Each year SOFREE has a Winter Solstice dinner or event usually on a date that is close to the Solstice (December 21 or thereabouts), but fits better into our members’ lives at this busy time of the year. The event is open to the public and tickets are available through the upcoming events menu to the right when details are decided. Prices vary according to the dinner and venue costs and society members are invited at a discounted rate.
Community Participation: SOFREE participates in several community events to demonstrate that we are a part of the community as a whole and to make our fellow citizens aware of SOFREE and the secular humanist philosophy. These events include: The K-W Multicultural Festival, The Non-Violence Festival, The World Religions Conference, and others.