Our regular monthly event, Skeptics Café happens on the third Monday of each month at La Notte Restaurant, 140 Lygon Street Carlton. (nearest intersection – Pelham Street). We commence with a drink and a meal from about 6pm, and there is usually a talk from 8pm. Skeptics Cafés are public events – everyone is welcome.
May 18 2015 Skeptics Café
SOAPBOX: A variety of speakers on a variety of topics
June 15 2015 Skeptics Café
Janice Teng: The Science Talent Search
Jan Campione and Helen Hiotis: The Science Drama Awards
Thursday June 25 2015
11th Annual Trivia Night
La Notte Restaurant, 140 Lygon Street Carlton
Alfresco dinner from 6pm
Trivia in The Club Room will start at 7:30 sharp (expected finishing time 10 pm)
Lots of great prizes, including Dinner for two to the value of $100 courtesy La Notte Restaurant
$15 per head Bookings will be required.
Book via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 666 996 or 9378 4414.
You can come as a team of six, or take pot luck on the night.
July 20 2015 Skeptics Café
Details to be announced
August 17 2015 Skeptics Café
The Devil’s own board game: Satanism, moral panic and Dungeons and Dragons.
Dr David Waldron has been a lecturer in History and Anthropology at Federation University for the past 12 years teaching a wide array of history, sociology and anthropology courses. He also has a research focus on folklore and community identity.
He is the author of:
Sign of the Witch: Modernity and the Pagan Revival
Shock! The Black Dog of Bungay – a Case Study in Local Folklore
Snarls from the Tea-Tree: Victoria’s Big Cat Folklore. [see our review HERE]
He is currently engaged in creating an anthology of Gothic folklore from the Victorian goldfields of the 19th century.
-CALENDARS of FREE PUBLIC LECTURES
(Link to lecture programs of the University of Melbourne, the Royal Society of Victoria, and the Atheist Society)