2019 Spring/Early Summer Events:
ELH Garage Sale to Benefit OPRF Food Pantry
Saturday, May 4th, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
430 Hannah Ave. (private house), Forest Park
Want to help the hungry? In the market for some new items? Have some to donate? In conjunction with the Secular Week of Action (April 26-May 2 - information here), ELH will hold a 4-hr. multi-family garage sale, with all proceeds going to the Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry. The pantry serves multiple zip codes, and each $1 spent here will buy the pantry $10 in food from the regional food bank. For those who wish to contribute items: we will take donations (movable, clean items in good condition, please) starting at 4:00 p.m. the evening before the sale. Please email Cynthia, cynthia@ELHumanists.org for more information. For those who wish to shop: come to the sale on the 4th and see which bargains speak to you!
A Day in Our Village Community Fair
Sunday, June 2nd, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Scoville Park (Lake St. at Oak Park Ave.), Oak Park
ELH will again have a booth at this year’s fair in Oak Park. Fair attractions include giveaways from local organizations and businesses, food, music and more. We will be distributing humanist information, talking to the curious, making new friends, and holding a free raffle for some irreverent t-shirts. For the kids we’ll have some science-themed games, candy and dinosaur coloring pages. We always have a great time. We hope you’ll stop by!
Film and Discussion
A Better Life: An Exploration of Joy and Meaning in a World Without God
By Chris Johnson
Sunday, June 30th, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Oak Park Public Library, Main Branch, 2nd fl. Meeting Room
834 Lake St., Oak Park
Join us as we watch and discuss this uplifting documentary, exploring and celebrating what we humanists and other nonbelievers have to love and live for. Johnson interviews 17 atheists—scientists, philosophers, actors, writers, bloggers, musicians and more—about what gives their lives joy and purpose.
“Pub Quiz” Trivia Night
End of the Liners had a great time dining, drinking and playing pub trivia.
Darwin Day Birthday Bash
Sixteen humanists celebrated Charles Darwin's birthday with an evolution-themed presentation, games, prizes, complimentary appetizers and pop, and birthday cake.
Read more about our past events on our Events page
good without a god
"Being a Humanist means trying to behave decently without expectation
of rewards or punishment after you are dead."
-- Kurt Vonnegut
> 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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What is Humanism?
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