What we're about

Our mission is to do good deeds, establish a sense of fellowship and community for the nonreligious, and to promote secular education and activism. Through doing good deeds, we aim to inspire people to do good for the sake of good. We foster a community of compassionate and rational individuals whose ethical behavior is not dependent upon belief in the supernatural. We support equality and fair treatment of all and promote humanism as a viable worldview. We welcome collaboration with others with an understanding that good deeds can be universally appreciated and respected.

We are an official chapter of the American Humanist Association and are located in Grand Junction, Colorado. We typically have one educational event, one social event, one volunteer event and one outdoor event (hiking, etc.) every month.

Upcoming events (2)

Hike Pollack Bench in McInnis Canyons

Pollock Bench Trailhead

We will hike up and back on the Pollack Bench trail in McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area (NCA). The hike includes great views of canyons and monuments. See a hike description from GJ Hikes here: https://www.gjhikes.com/2009/09/pollock-bench.html
We will turn around near the top rather than completing the entire loop. Be sure to bring appropriate clothing for changing weather, camera, water and snacks. Bring a hiking pole if you like to use one.

To get there: Take Highway 340 south from the I-70 Fruita Exit. After crossing the Colorado River, take the right turn at Kingsview Rd. Look for the Pollack Bench trailhead (parking and restroom) in approximately 3.3 miles.

Volunteer at Culture Fest

Central Library

Culture Fest is a popular annual celebration of art and culture, showcasing a variety of entertainment and activities representing the cultural diversity of western Colorado. The event is FREE to all!

Culture Fest will be on Saturday, November 6th from 11am - 2pm at the Central Library. Volunteers will help by greeting attendees at the door, handing out youth activity kits, providing directions to performances, answering questions about the event and assisting staff and country representatives as needed.

One shift will be available from 10:45am - 2pm. There may be some opportunity to help cleanup afterwards. Some shift flexibility is available.

One-time volunteers are welcome. Special Event waiver will be required. Masks required for staff and volunteers.

Please see further information at : https://mcpld.galaxydigital.com/need/detail/?need_id=625865

All volunteers will need to complete some forms for the event, which can be found at the above website, or the event host will have them at the library that morning.

Past events (544)

Social Hour followed by Books We Love

Mesa County Libraries Central Library

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