Celebrate and Give
"Being a Humanist means trying to behave decently without expectation
of rewards or punishment after you are dead."
-- Kurt Vonnegut
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In lieu of discussion group this month ELH will hold our first ever Humanist Mock Debate at Shanahan's, 7353 Madison St. in Forest Park on Thursday evening, May 19th. Join us for the fun! We'll form teams and debate issues among ourselves from both the theist and nontheist perspectives. Enjoy the evening as a debater, a team member, or a spectator -- your choice. The results should be entertaining and educational, and provide good practice in discussing and defending humanist principles. We'll meet at 7:00 p.m. in the back room, behind the French doors.
American Humanist Association Conference
End of the Line Humanists is one of three local chapters involved in sponsoring the 75th annual American Humanist Association conference, taking place in Chicago at the McCormick Place Hyatt on Memorial Day weekend. Those interested in attending can read all about it here. You can register for the whole conference or purchase a one-day pass by clicking here. Enjoy three days of Humanist speakers, activities, banquets, and fellowship with other members of our parent organization. Look for us at the registration table.
A Day in Our Village Community Fair
End of the Line Humanists will have a table at Oak Park's A Day in Our Village, an outdoor fair which showcases local community organizations, on Sunday, June 5th, 11:00-6:00. We will talk with the public, distribute humanist information, sign up new members and make some new friends. Our "Guess the Dinosaur" activity and coloring page and candy giveaway for kids are always a big hit, as is our evolution-themed t-shirt giveaway. Help us work the booth for a few hours (contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to) or just drop by and say hello!
News and Reminders:
2016 Recent/Past Events:
April Social Gathering
Our April social gathering was a board game night. Humanists gathered at Shanahan's in Forest Park to dine together, play games and chat about Humanist issues of the day.
March Humanist Discussion Group
Nine humanists met on March 22nd at Brian Boru in Oak Park to discuss several articles on the topic "Where do Nontheists Get their Morals and Ethics?" A rousing conversation ensued. Don't miss the next one!
3rd annual Darwin Birthday Bash
On Thursday, February 11th, we met at Barclay’s American Grill for a social evening of evolution-themed entertainment: short presentations; games and prizes; appetizers, pop and birthday cake; even a 50/50 raffle.
Read about more of our past events on our Events page
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What is Humanism?
Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without supernaturalism, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity.
> creating a supportive community of and for ethical nonbelievers
> advancing and teaching Humanist principles and ideals
> actively working for non-theist interests
> participating in service to others
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