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 Topic: Camp Quest - non-religious family get-together

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  • Camp Quest - non-religious family get-together
     OP - November 17, 2012, 02:16 PM

    Hi everyone

    I've just joined the CEMB forum at Maryam's suggestion - I'm actually from a group called Camp Quest UK (camp-quest.org.uk).  We run summer camps for free-thinking children.

    We are hosting a Winter Party to bring secularist/humanist/non-religious families together, and to enjoy a range of summer camp-style games, workshops and thoughtful discussions.
     
    We would love to invite CEMB members to attend!  To book, go here: cqukwinterparty.eventbrite.co.uk.

    It's £15 for adults, £5 for kids, and at Conway Hall (London) on 15th December.  If you have any questions, please contact me on paul@camp-quest.org.uk, or 07759512118. 
     
    Please feel free to share this with families you know - hope to see you there!
    Paul
  • Re: Camp Quest - non-religious family get-together
     Reply #1 - November 17, 2012, 02:23 PM

    Sounds like fun. Smiley

    Quote from: BerberElla
    I think it's amazing how well this place has been doing for all of these years. It's like watching your baby grow up into a total nutcase with Tourette's.

  • Re: Camp Quest - non-religious family get-together
     Reply #2 - November 17, 2012, 02:30 PM

    yes it does.. i wonder if we had something like that here.. i'd be the first in line  yes
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