Making it a Great Day
What to Bring
You might want to bring a blanket or your favorite lawn chair to enjoy the speakers and entertainment on the grass. Of course, we will have plenty of seating available too.
You should definitely bring cash, checks, and credit cards to support all of the great authors, community organizations, food vendors, and sponsors that will be at Freethought Day.
We are partnering with WEAVE to collect needed items for their Sexual Assault Response Team. When arriving at William Land Park, please consider bringing items to donate including new sweats, undergarments, socks, blankets, jackets, and more. Here's the full list of their needs.
You do not need to bring proof of registration as we'll have a list of all registered attendees at our check-in table.
Eating at the Event
There won't be any convenient ways to buy food at Freethought Day... though there is a Chipotle and a few other quick serve restaurants about a quarter-mile from the venue. So, here are some great options:
Pre-Purchased Box Lunches
This year we'll be taking care of lunch for those who want to pre-purchase with early registration. It's even included free in some of our sponsorship and fundraising packages! When you register, you'll be asked what your lunch preference is.
Bring Your Own
Attendees are welcome to bring their own food and drinks. Make it a picnic with an ice chest or basket!
However, alcohol and glass bottles are absolutely prohibited.
There will be plenty of free, on-site parking, throughout William Land Park.
A shortened version of our policies will be in the event program.