LVH welcomes Shanon Nebo, who will discuss the importance of humanistic values and skeptical thinking when interacting with children. Why the provocative title? Come find out!
Shanon Nebo is a mother, feminist, humanist, and atheist activist. Mother of three, she advocates strongly for the inclusion of children of all ages in humanist activism as well as the importance of extending humanist values to children in how we interact with them and care for them. Shanon is the Treasurer of Recovering from Religion and volunteers in many other capacities.
Timeline for this Event:
10:30 Coffee & Conversation
11:00 Announcements & Presentation
12:30 Q&A Ends
Those who wish to seek a local eatery after the event will find a number of options in the neighborhood for lunch or brunch, including Starbucks, Pizza Mart, The Hamilton Kitchen, Dime, Queen City BBQ, Billy's Diner, and the Allentown Brew Works.
There is no charge for this event, as we strive to make as much of our programming as possible accessible to all. However, donations are encouraged and help offset the cost of our regular ongoing expenses which are necessary to fund our mission to support events like these.
Parking on the street is free on Sundays. Garage parking is available in the Community Deck accessible from 6th and Walnut Streets (both one way) and only costs a few dollars.
The venue has an accessible entrance. If you need assistance, please call or text 570-590-1780 when you arrive.
522 W Maple St
Allentown, PA 18101
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