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HSS Edinburgh Group - Boxing Day Pub Night, Mathers Bar, Broughton Street

On the last Wednesday of every month, the Humanist Society of Scotland Edinburgh Group (HSS-EG) hosts purely social meetings/get-togethers at Mathers Bar East End, in Broughton Street. Come for a drink (alcoholic or not, sandwiches and crisps are provided), and chat with fellow free-thinkers. The environment is both friendly and thought provoking, with an enormous diversity of opinions.

Everyone is welcome, not just group members, and there is no fee for attending. Because the HSS-EG is not based on the Meetup web site, there are often attendees who have not RSVP-ed here, sometimes as many as 2 or 3 times the number you see here. There is no requirement to book or RSVP in advance, so you can just show up (although it is of course nice to RSVP here). You will find us just up the stairs, sitting at the reserved tables and there should also be the HSS sign displayed.

In addition to the social pub night, you may also want to check out the other regular monthly meetings. On the first Monday of each month the HSS-EG hosts a meeting (at the Mecure Edinburgh Mount Royal Hotel (in between Marks and Spencer and Jenners) that usually includes a talk/lecture, presentation, debate, or discussion. See the other events for details on this.

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  • Dawn

    The bus situation was difficult, so I was surprised to see so many people there. Mathers had not read my email, so were very apologetic to not have laid anything on for us, though did come up with large bowls of crisps. Conversations were as diverse as usual, and as always not enough time to talk to everyone.

    December 27, 2012

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