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Hartford Area Humanists - Monthly Meeting

From: Dan B.
Sent on: Thursday, May 9, 2013 9:36 AM

 

The monthly Hartford dinner group has expanded into a new group - Hartford Area Humanists.  Their events, which will be located primarily in the Greater Hartford area, are open to all.  In order to receive announcements and to RSVP to HaH's events, you should join the Hartford Humanists meetup group.

Hartford Area Humanist's next monthly meeting will be on Tuesday, May 28, at the Wood-N-Tap in Rocky Hill.  Our guest speaker will be Dr. James Hughes, a a faculty member of Trinity College and the Executive Director of the Institute for Ethics & Emerging Technologies. Dr. Hughes will discuss what neuroscience reveals about the physiology and neurochemistry of happiness, morality, self-control and transcendence.

You can reply on the Hartford Humanist's Meetup Page

http://www.meetup.com/Hartford-Humanists/events/118540822/

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