What we're about

The Concord Area Humanists are a casual and inclusive collection of Humanists and secularists of all types from the Concord area in Massachusetts. We meet several times a month to discuss topics related to Humanism. 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.

You can learn more about us at our main website:

http://concordareahumanists.org/

Upcoming events (4)

Creating Local Naturalists by Peter Alden

First Parish in Concord

Many people are concerned about our planet’s future, climate change, and pollutants and try to be green. But few have identified their local vertebrates and plants. Our speaker will review local flora and fauna and discuss possible initiatives to create local naturalists. Peter Alden, naturalist and Concord native, has led wildlife tours to over 100 countries. He has published 15 field guides including Audubon’s Field Guide to New England. He organized the world’s first Biodiversity Days (Bioblitzes) which now occur worldwide.

CAH Small Group Discussion

Concord Library

GENERAL INFORMATION: A small group enjoying ad-hoc discussion. Rather than Q&A, we often have a discussion on or related to the topic of the previous Wednesday's speaker. Also, feel free to, on the spot, propose a topic of personal interest.

CAH Small Group Discussion

Concord Library

GENERAL INFORMATION: A small group enjoying ad-hoc discussion. Rather than Q&A, we often have a discussion on or related to the topic of the previous Wednesday's speaker. Also, feel free to, on the spot, propose a topic of personal interest.

CAH Small Group Discussion

Concord Library

GENERAL INFORMATION: A small group enjoying ad-hoc discussion. Rather than Q&A, we often have a discussion on or related to the topic of the previous Wednesday's speaker. Also, feel free to, on the spot, propose a topic of personal interest.

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