FFRF’s Winter Solstice celebration!

FFRF Co-President Dan Barker plays piano while Susan Hofer sings some nontraditional tunes. The pair finished with a crowd sing-along of “Auld Lang Syne.” (Photo by Chris Line)
Ivy Barker is excited to take home some leftover cookies from the party. (Photo by Chris Line)
FFRF Co-President Annie Laurie Gaylor holds up a copy of the full-page ad that would run the next day (Dec. 21) in the New York Times. The ad calls out President Trump for pushing an agenda that goes against the Establishment Clause of separating religion from government. (Photo by Chris Line)
Flowers, including this amaryllis, helped brighten the atmosphere on the next-to-shortest day of sunlight of the year. (Photo by Chris Line)
FFRF members and staff listen to Barker and Hofer during the Dec. 20 celebration. Donations by FFRF members and staff during the party raised nearly $500 and an overflowing bin with 130 pounds of nonperishable food items for Second Harvest Foodbank in Madison, Wis. (Photo by Chris Line)
Members were treated to appetizers, cheeses, “deviled” eggs and plenty of sweets. (Photo by Chris Line)
FFRF Member Jeff Brinckman, left, chats with FFRF Associate Counsel Sam Grover and Communications Coordinator Lauryn Seering. (Photo by Chris Line)
FFRF members and staff mingle before the start of the annual Winter Solstice party in the Charlie Brooks Auditorium at Freethought Hall. (Photo by Chris Line)