“ Knowledgeable, respectful, considerate, and a pleasure to speak with. ”
— David P on May 19, 2015.
“ I'm looking forward to sharing many events and discussions with interesting, intelligent and thoughtful people ”
— Lorraine S. on Mar 4, 2015.
“ I've now been to two extremely interesting and thought provoking talks. Fusion Energy/Molten Salt Thorium Reactors and Modern Cave/Cavern/Catacomb/Earth Sheltered Hone Dwelling has a strong appeal. My early exposure to Ground Hogs, who my father failed to get me interested in killing as "pests" - and subsequent exposure to other adorable ground dwelling mammals, with lifelong living adjacent to wooded and conservation areas with lifetimes of wood to burn and water to purify, and recent exposure to the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocket_Mass_Heater concept has got me all fired up again for organic gardening and aquaponics!!! And sure, if more Green Roofs can be established inside 128, I'd be more inclined to pedal into the Boston Environs, if I had a Green Roofed/Green Bodied Organic Transit ELF with off-the-grid home-charged Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries from Germany... ”
— Chip/RICHARD H SOMERS I. on Feb 4, 2015.
“ Very welcoming. ”
— Ruby Diane S. on Oct 2, 2014.
“ I had lots of great conversations. I learned good things. I met interesting people. I loved the Sunday Assembly event. I would have liked a little more fun and active events. ”
— Bob on Jun 9, 2014.
“ Concord Area Humanists (CAH) is an inclusive and positive group, where Humanists, and not-yet Humanists, can mingle, and enjoy good rational interchange. The requirement is a certain amount of skepticism and willingness to engage in open discussion. This season we are typically holding two events each month. One is usually on the First Wednesday, in the First Parish in Concord Parish Hall, with a featured speaker, followed by discussion. The second is on another evening, normally in the Concord Center Public Library, with informal open discussion and varying format. Please contact [masked] if you would like to be on our Email Announcement List. You are also invited to find the latest programming for all the meetings on www.MeetUp.com, and register your RSVP. The RSVP is not essential but will help in preparing the arrangements. Our web site: www.ConcordAreaHumanists.org has more information about us, and many blog articles. ”
— Pat E. on Apr 3, 2014.
“ Great if you value challenging , interesting and timely ideas and people. ”
— Chet M. on Mar 5, 2014.
“ A good group. ”
— Paul W J. on Jan 29, 2014.
“ I need a few more meetings to say ”
— Jack Z. on Jan 29, 2014.
“ The group was very courteous in letting everyone speak and voice their own opinion - not those of some religion, political party, or some guru. The group was very intelligent and very informed so the conversations were very stimulating. ”
— David K. on Nov 19, 2013.
“ How is it? It's alive and making progress.... ”
— klaus k. on Oct 15, 2013.
“ Met all sorts of people. Fascinating group. ”
— Deb B. on Aug 3, 2013.
“ nice people ”
— charles w. on Aug 3, 2013.
“ Enlightened caring people. ”
— David R. on Apr 4, 2013.
“ Great people and great conversations. I would love to do it again sometime. ”
— Steve A. on Apr 3, 2013.
“ Dr Gerstein was great. ”
— Phil M. on Mar 8, 2013.
“ I like that most people listen, digest and discuss rather than react. So important. ”
— Mike H. on Sep 20, 2012.
“ A really nice, low key bunch of people. ”
— Maria G. on Sep 6, 2012.
“ nice people - we didn't get to meet any really tho - they were with their friends ”
— Gayle & Mort S. on Feb 14, 2012.
“ See above. ”
— Lisa T. on Feb 13, 2012.
“ N/A ”
— Robert T. on Feb 9, 2012.
“ They seem friendly and committed to providing regular activities to members and guests. ”
— Jim O. on Sep 9, 2011.
“ Woking well at this point! Attendance and outreach still a concern. ”
— Larry S. on Dec 7, 2010.
“ I love that this group has such great speakers lined up. I also felt very welcomed. = ) ”
— Angie R. on Oct 5, 2010.