The Central New York Humanist Association works to build a supportive community that promotes the ideals of humanism and strives to improve our society through community service and education. The Central New York Humanist Association welcomes those with a wide range of nontheistic views - atheism, agnosticism, rationalism, naturalism, secularism - and those who just aren't "wired for religion" but want to connect with others and find a larger purpose in their life. We understand the importance of open and friendly discussions as each of our members learns about Humanism and what it means to each of them.
*Many of the people attending our events are not on Meetup so many more show up than RSVP here!**
Our November event is scheduled for a couple of days before the election. It seems likely that anxiety will be high. Join us for some fresh air, movement, and, just possibly, venting. We’ll be there rain or shine, so dress for the weather and come on out!
We will meet outside the front door of the Visitors’ Center at 1, and we will depart on our walk at 1:10.
Information from the Beaver Lake Nature Center website.
Please note, from the BLNC website: The trails and restrooms are open. As the trails are narrow, all visitors are reminded to social distance and to wear masks.