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HAGP Drinking Rationally

From our friends at the Humanist Association of Greater Philadelphia (HAGP).

On the second Saturday evening of every month at 6pm we will be gathering at a restaurant for a drinks and a meal.

What is Drinking Rationally?

Drinking Rationally is an informal social event designed to promote fellowship and networking among Humanists, critical-thinkers, and like-minded individuals.

Drinking Rationally provides an opportunity for Humanists to talk, share ideas (and yes, drink) in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We discuss the issues of the day and whatever else is on our minds. But most of all, we have fun while promoting Humanism, science, and rationality.

Don't drink? Don't let that stop you from joining us! Some of the world's most famous Humanists are teetotallers, and we are happy to have you! 

We will choose different local venues that have a variety of appetizers and dinner options.

Remember that drinking rationally means drinking responsibly. If there’s one thing science has taught us, it’s the effects of alcohol on the human body!




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  • Tom B.

    Every Friday night in December starting a discussion group for those interested in an alternative to a "step" program at 1515 Cherry St. in Center City Phila. starting at 6:30pm. Hoping to create an on-going group to take the "God or as you understand Him" out of the process of recovery from a childhood with a dysfunctional parent or fundamentalist religious parent.

    December 3, 2012

  • Casey

    True, science has taught us that about alcohol! :) I'm gonna see if I can make this one!

    November 26, 2012

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