Setting the Agenda: Secular Humanism's Next 30 Years - A Free Inquiry subscriber's conference
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Free Inquiry and the Council for Secular Humanism at the first Free Inquiry subscribers' conference.* Join an outstanding roster of speakers to reflect on our movement's achievements and look forward to challenges secular humanism will face in decades to come!
Celebrate amid the splendor of the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in the heart of resurgent downtown Los Angeles. In easy walking distance of Staples Center, Museum of Contemporary Art, Walt Disney Concert Hall, other downtown attractions.
Don't miss out on this year's most spectacular humanist conference. Register today!
* Basic registration includes a one-year subscription to Free Inquiry. Current subscribers enjoy an additional discount!
A Most Remarkable Venue
The Millennium Biltmore Hotel is unlike any previous secular humanist meeting venue, a glittering jewel that captures the bygone splendor of old Los Angeles. In the 1930s and 1940s it was the site of the Academy Award ceremonies. Knowingly or not, you've seen its grandeur in many classic Hollywood films (see photos below).
Through Tuesday, September 7, 2010, conference attendees can reserve rooms at the special Conference Discount Rate of $130.00 per night, single or double, plus applicable taxes and California State Tourism Assessment Charge. Staying to tour Southern California? Conference rate is available for up to three days before and/or after the conference. Room reservations are not included in conference registration. You must reserve your rooms directly with the hotel. Conference rates may be reserved online, or to reserve by phone call 1-800-245-8673 and mention Free Inquiry Group Rate.
Guests checking out prior to their reserved checkout date will be charged a $75 early departure fee by the Hotel. Commercial shuttle service available from LAX Airport to the Millennium Biltmore. Driving to the conference? Valet parking is available at the hotel, but at press time lower-cost parking was expected to be available in a city parking structure across street for $10/day.