Our new Hartford-area affiliate organization, Hartford Humanists has its own meetup page.
Our November 2013 newsletter is now available for download on our newsletter page.
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Upcoming meetings (at USNH, 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, unless otherwise noted)
|Monday, December 2nd
|New Haven area social dinner at Turkish Kebab House, 1157 Campbell Ave., West Haven .
|Saturday, December 7th
Humanist Conversations: Michael Sandel
We will watch and discuss an interview with Michael Sandel about his latest book.
Refreshments will be served.
|Saturday, December 14th
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Book discussion: The Swerve, by Stephen Greenblatt
We will discuss “The Swerve: How the World Became Modern” by Stephen Greenblatt.
The book is available at a many public libraries as well as at bookstores and online.
|Monday, December 16th
Annual Meeting, Potluck Dinner, and Solstice Party
We will start with a potluck dinner at 7:30 PM. Please bring a dish to share
We will hold a short annual meeting and election of officers for 2014, starting shortly after 8 PM
After the end of the annual meeting we will start our Winter Solstice Party with the traditional reading of Lois Woodrow’s “Ode to the Tilt”
The party will include music from Micky Koth & friends, and our own Steve Boshi and Charlotte Moulyn. We will also hold a silent auction. You are welcome to bring a few inexpensive, regiftable items to donate as auction prizes.
|Wednesday, December 25th
Social Dinner at Tom & Deidre Kennedys' Home
Tom and Deidre Kennedy have kindly volunteered to host an evening social dinner at their home in Shelton. This will replace our usual annual brunch. Details will follow in the newsletter and on this site, with the ability to RSVP via Meetup.
Dinners: If you're planning to attend one of our social dinners or the annual brunch, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can give the restaurant a rough head count.
You can RSVP for the dinners and most HAC events via meetup.com.
Titles selected for our book discussions can be found in most local libraries or ordered from bookstores such as Barnes and Noble.
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