Events

Our regular monthly event, Skeptics Café happens on the third Monday of each month. 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.
Skeptics Cafés are held at the Dan O’Connell Hotel, 225 Canning Street Carlton


SURF COAST SKEPTICAMP VIII

Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 10:30 AM – 4 PM
Aireys Inlet Community Hall
Great Ocean Rd, Aireys Inlet, Victoria 3231
Skepticamps are designed to give many members the opportunity to briefly (20 minutes) present on a topic of their choice. So, if you want to share something on a skeptically-related topic in which you are interested; or highlight some practices that you see as dubious that need to be bought to the attention of the Skeptics’ community; or just something that we might find interesting please offer to share your thoughts. This is a sharing event, where many contributors combine to a great day. in an idyllic location.

It’s free, but register via the Eventbrite link: https://tinyurl.com/SkepticampVIII


Monday March 16 Skeptics Café

Brendan O’Brien

Citizen Science

Brendan O’Brien, science communicator, podcaster and citizen scientist, will be presenting the topic Citizen Science at Skeptics Café.

Brendan is the host of the popular podcast Astrophiz, which is free, not-for-profit and self-sponsored. His aim is to build community understanding of science in general and astrophysics in particular. He has spent many years in secondary and tertiary science education. He is also involved in a number of citizen science projects and is actively promoting them in local communities.

Brendan will explore the explosion of citizen science projects that are local, fun and make substantial contributions to research.


Monday April 20 Skeptics Café

Dr Clem Stanyon (Molecular Biologist)

Topic t.b.a.

Entry $4


Monday May 18 Skeptics Café

Soapbox – a variety of speakers on a variety of topics

Entry $4



-CALENDARS of FREE PUBLIC LECTURES

Calendars of Free Public Lectures. 

(Link to lecture programs of ANZAAS, the University of Melbourne, the Royal Society of Victoria, and the Atheist Society)



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