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Quick Reminder: SitP and SitY

Posted on : Oct-19-2009 | By : Jared | In : Blog Post

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UPDATE: Saturday’s Skeptics in the Yard will have to be postponed as the weather doesn’t appear to be cooperating. Liz will update the Facebook event page and we’ll let you know as soon as we can reschedule. Fortunately, the dig runs for some time to come. Tentatively, we’re thinking in 2 weeks but we’ll firm up details soon. Sorry for the late notice.

Just a reminder for those of you with attention spans as bad as my own:

Tonight is the Halloween edition of Boston Skeptics in the Pub, where our special guest Neil Marsh will be talking about the War of the Worlds. It looks like an entertaining and informative presentation, so I think you should all BE THERE! The event kicks off at or around 7pm at Tommy Doyle’s, Harvard Sq! Plus, we’ll be airing a fun announcement from the Granite State Skeptics, and revealing the BIG NEWS about next month’s SitP event, so you won’t want to miss this!

(POSTPONED!) And, for those of you with (or without!) kids, Boston Skeptic Liz Gaston has set up a fun event called Skeptics in the Yard. This Saturday, the Harvard Yard Family Archaeology program will be excavating the historic Harvard Yard and giving kids a chance to get in on the fun. Plus, Liz will be more than happy to babysit the kids if everyone wants to have lunch afterwards! This cool event runs from 9:30 to 12:30 in Harvard Yard!

Both events are totally FREE, so please join in and tell your friends. We hope to see you there!

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