Scheduled Memorial Events

Salt Lake Valley Atheists
Contact:Mike Rivers
Group:Salt Lake Valley Atheists
Where:State Capitol
When:September 11th - 12 noon
Directions: State Capitol on the south side steps.
More Info: Ben Fulton - Associate Editor of Salt Lake City Weekly. Steve Benson, Pulizer Prize winning cartoonist. Please visit Utah State Directors's Website for information.

Washington Area Secular Humanists
Where:Washington, D.C.
When:Tuesday September 10th - 7 PM
Directions: Jefferson Memorial, Washington, D.C.
More Info:Visit

American Atheists New Jersey
Where:Possumtown Park in Piscataway NJ
When:Sunday September 15th - 10:30 AM

American Atheists Alabama
Where:State Judicial Building on Dexter Avenue
When:September 11th - 10:00 AM

Midland Park, NJ
Group:MPHS Class of 2003
Where:Midland Park, NJ
When:Sept. 11, 2002, morning

The Atheist Community of Austin
Phone:(512) 371-2911
Where:Woolridge Square in Austin, Texas
When:September 11, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Directions:Woolridge Square is located in downtown Austin on Guadalupe St.

Council for Secular Humanism
Phone:(716) 636-7571 ext. 313
Where:Center for Inquiry in Amherst, NY
When:September 11 at 7 p.m.
Directions:The Center for Inquiry is located in Amherst, NY, a suburb of Buffalo. For detailed driving instructions please see
More Info: The Council's secular memorial will consist of selected readings of poetry and prose and the showing of a video of the events of 9/11.

John Day Volunteer Fire Department and Ladies' Auxiliary
Where:John Day Fire Department, Dayton St. John Day, Oregon
When:September 11, 2002
More Info: It is a candle light vigil and everyone needs to bring there own candles if possible. Refreshment will be provided. We had one after Sep. 11 happened and we had a little over 100 people there so we are hoping to have alot more this time.

New Oreleans Secular Humanist Association
Phone:(504) 282-5459
Where:First Unitarian Universalist Church
Directions2903 Jefferson Ave. (corner of Claiborne)
When:7:00 PM, Sept 11
More Info New Orleans Secular Humanist Assn. has been invited to make a presentation for secular victims and mourners, as a part of the program by the church entitled: A Tragic Remembrance:Anguish; Reconciliation; Hope.