NECSS 2010 will take place on Saturday April 17, 2010 from 10AM - 6PM
Reasonable New York recommends the 2010 Northeast Conference on Science and Skepticism, sponsored by New York City Skeptics.
The NECSS 2010 conference will take place on Saturday April 17, 2010 from 10AM - 6PM in New York City. Seating at Florence Gould Hall is general admission and offers an intimate viewing experience to all attendees...there are no "bad" seats! To register, please use this form. If you would like to register at the member price you may still do so by first joining NYC Skeptics or the NESS (or both!). All tickets purchased through www.necsscon.org may be picked up at the NECSS registration table the day of the conference. Doors will open at 9AM and tickets will be held under the name of the purchasing individual. ONLY the purchasing individual will be able to retrieve the ticket (a photo ID will be required). T-shirts NECSS 2010 t-shirts are now available for pre-order by NECSS 2010 registrants at a dicount price. The shirts are heavy duty, 100% cotton silk-screened with a commemorative NECSS 2010 design (image will be available shortly). The shirts will be available for pick up at the registration table along with your ticket. T-shirts are currently only available at the pre-order price to NECSS 2010 registrants and will be made available to the general public at a later date. Speakers Dinner The Speakers Dinner is an optional event that will take place at 7:15PM after the close of the conference. The location will be a midtown restaurant a short distance from Florence Gould Hall (the specific location will be e-mailed to you upon registration). More information may be found at the Speakers Dinner page. The cost is $100 per person and includes dinner and drinks. All proceeds from the dinner will help fund future conferences.
Location: Florence Gould Hall at the French Institute, 55 E. 59th St. New York, NY (between Madison and Park Avenues)
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