Flying Spaghetti Monster Dinner Nov 30 4 to 7 PM

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FSM Spaghetti Dinner – Sunday Nov 30 – 4 to 7 PM – St Paul
Sunday, November 30, 2008 at 4:00PM

Painting of the FSM in style of The Creation of Adam.

Minnesota Atheists have a fine tradition of eating and talking. Get together with your fellow friendly neighborhood atheists for salad, pasta, dessert, and beverages. There will be meat based sauces, as well as vegan and vegetarian options available. You can come anytime between 4 and 7 and leave when you must.

Here’s the deal. This is a fundraiser. For only $6.66, you can stuff yourself silly. Minnesota Atheists can’t do all that we do without financial support, and anything extra you are able to donate is appreciated. We will have buttons, and window clings for your car for everyone who shows up. Cash and checks are accepted.

We hope to see you there! 
RAMEN

Price: $6.66

George’s Place 
1276 Larpenteur Ave. W., St. Paul, MN 
Saint Paul, MN 55113

See the full event details at http://atheists.meetup.com/493/calendar/9200237/.

Check out what members are saying about Minnesota Atheists Meetup Group:

“After several meetings, I’d call the group friendly and welcoming. I like the idea of more structured small-group gatherings as well (like book clubs) to facilitate our understanding of atheism, increase our ability to discuss it with others (both reticent nonbelievers and open-minded believers), and support our efforts to deal with any difficulties associated with being “out and proud”. Others should join if they are atheists seeking a home base or seekers interested in an evidence-based approach to ultimate questions.” – Scott Jackson 

“Enjoyed the overall experience. Be informed and be reminded of events.” – Grant Steves 

“Interesting socializing with other atheists, so come on out!” – Ataraxia 

“I think that the Minnesota Atheists Meetup Group is a fantastic source for atheist themed meet ups and events. 

I was recently told by a MySpace user that they wouldn’t join a group for atheists, as it was like church. Well, ever wonder why the religious right is slowly taking over our country? Because they’re freakin’ organized!!! We need to at least band together and show people that being an atheist is okay, and that we will not allow our country to be overtaken by the religious.” – Crystal Dervetski

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