Summer Events:


BOOK SORTING FOR THE OAK PARK LIBRARY ANNUAL BOOK FAIR
Saturday, July 14th, 10:30 a.m.
Oak Park and River Forest High School, 201 N. Scoville Ave., Main Entrance

Join us as we sort books to help the Friends of the Library prepare for the Oak Park Library Annual Book Fair.  No experience is necessary.  Please be sure to wear your End of the Line Humanist t-shirt if you have one.


BOOK SORTING FOR THE OAK PARK LIBRARY ANNUAL BOOK FAIR
Thursday, July 19th, 7:30 p.m.
Oak Park and River Forest High School, 201 N. Scoville Ave., Main Entrance

Join us as we sort books to help the Friends of the Library prepare for the Oak Park Library Annual Book Fair.  No experience is necessary.  Please be sure to wear your End of the Line Humanist t-shirt if you have one.



ALSO COMING UP: 

  • Social Gathering



Reminders: 

If you’re interested in becoming a member of End of the Line Humanists, get the details on our Join Us page.  And don't forget to join our Meetup group here, and like our Facebook page here.  



Recent Events:


​A DAY IN OUR VILLAGE COMMUNITY FAIR

End of the Line Humanists participated in Oak Park's A Day in Our Village community fair.  Our booth featured humanist information and freebies, a free science-themed t-shirt raffle, and games, treats, and coloring pages for the kids.


APRIL SOCIAL GATHERING

Fifteen humanists joined us to celebrate Earth Day in April.  We socialized, ate, and learned about climate change, and the destruction of the planet.


SPEAKER SERIES: WILLIAM A. ZINGRONE, PhD.
Ten humanists met Bill Zingrone, PhD. Lecturer in Developmental Psychology, secular activist, and Illinois chairman of the Secular Coalition for America.  Dr. Zingrone discussed and signed his book, The Arrogance of Religious Belief, “a provocative, challenging and irreverent expose of the obnoxious arrogance inherent in all religious thinking.”  The author’s research includes consciousness and cognitive evolution.


                                        

                         Read more about our past events on our Events  page



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"Being a Humanist means trying to behave decently without expectation

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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.