FreeOK 2013

If you havent bought your ticket to this years FreeOK, do so ASAP! Theyre in serious danger of selling out this year! This also means that you should get to the event early, because if they are close to selling out, it also means it will be hard to get rows of seats together, if youre coming in a larger group!

If you are going to be around the OKC area tomorrow, and you have no idea what Im talking about, CLICK HERE! Its not at all hard to see why this years conference is so popular!

Local press with head organizer Aimee Breeze!

More press on the secular parenting workshop by Dale McGowan, organized by Christi Dawson!

MORE press on the currently running Camp Quest Oklahoma, organized by Mary Eversole!

Local press on OKC Atheists with current president Red McCall!

If you cant be in OKC, look for coverage on any of the area blogs, including Odd Oklahoma, Background Probability, and Great Plains Skeptic! There is also the OKC Atheists podcast, where they have interviewed many of the speakers. AND, heres hoping Seth at The Thinking Atheist will have the talks uploaded again this year!



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