What we're about

We are mostly members of the Humanist Association of Connecticut (http://cthumanist.org/) who dine together and discuss humanist issues at least once a month. We welcome other humanists to join us!

The Humanist Association of Connecticut (http://cthumanist.org/) is a member organization of the Connecticut Coalition of Reason (http://unitedcor.org/connecticut/page/home) and a chapter of the American Humanist Association (http://americanhumanist.org/).

Upcoming events (4+)

Board Meeting

Online event

All members are welcome to attend.
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84156886334
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Discussion - A Friendly Ghost Story

Wood-n-Tap - Hamden

Just in time for Halloween, a discussion of "ghosting." A common complaint of job-seekers describing how they'll apply for a job, maybe even interview and then just not ever hear anything from the potential employer, this has become a term extended to all kinds of social disappearances. To get your thinking on the topic flowing, we offer an optional "Invisibilia" episode on the topic (https://www.wnyc.org/story/a-friendly-ghost-story). And we ask, is ghosting really a new phenomenon? Is it more common? Or are we just more aware of it? Have you done it? Do you feel bad about it? Because we're meeting indoors, please only join us if you've been fully vaccinated.

Fall Foliage Leaf-Peeping Walk

Brooksvale Park

We will take a fall foliage leaf-peeping walk on the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail. The walk will be about 2 miles along a very scenic section of the trail, which is paved (handicap-accessible) and mostly flat. Bring decent walking shoes and water. We will be meeting at Brooksvale Park in Hamden (524 Brooksvale Avenue) at 2pm. If the group wants, we may go to a local brewery afterwards for a pint. Questions? Contact Aaron ([masked] or[masked]).
Rain cancels.

Humanist Association of Connecticut Virtual Social Dinner

Join us for our Virtual Social Dinner, and discuss a wide range of topics with like-minded people.

For more information, see http://www.cthumanist...

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