Grand Traverse Humanists
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Grand Traverse Humanists

Welcome to the Grand Traverse Humanists.  If you value science, reason, and compassion and believe that humans are responsible for their own destiny, you have come to the right place.  We are a community for the non-religious in the Grand Traverse area, offering a forum for discussing and advancing a secular worldview based on our common humanity. Our programs include monthly speakers and discussions, film and book groups, and various volunteer and social events.  All are free and open to the public.  Check out Upcoming Events below, or click on the calendar. Nontheists, agnostics, atheists, freethinkers, rationalists, humanists, and more...we welcome you to join us!

Grand Traverse Humanists Main Meeting

Second Monday of each month, 7 p.m.

Traverse Area District Library main branch, 610 Woodmere Ave., TC 

Upcoming Events…

 StateTheatre.TCFFMonday, Sep 19

Volunteer at the State Theatre

7:30 - 10:30 p.m...State Theatre, 233 E Front Street, Traverse City

The third Monday of each month is Grand Traverse Humanists volunteer night at the State Theatre! Come take tickets, sell reasonably-priced popcorn and drinks, help with clean-up after, and earn a voucher for a future free movie. Help us support this worthwhile part of our community and have fun at the same time! Sign up at the meeting the week before, or email Sue at librarygirl1963@hotmail.com.

eat-drink-merryMonday, Sep 26

Hungry Humanists

7 p.m....The Blue Tractor, 423 South Union Street, TC

Join us for dinner out at our old haunt! We're hoping to eat on the upper level outside, if the weather is nice! RSVP to Marlene at marlene.smith8@gmail.com.

atheist.in.the.foxholeSunday, Oct 24

GTH Book Club: An Atheist in the FOXhole: A Liberal's 8-Year Odyssey Inside the Heart of the Right-Wing Media

 4 p.m...home of Mella and Chris

Join us for a discussion of An Atheist in the FOXhole, by Joe Muto. Please email Mella at mmccormick@nmc.edu for directions and to RSVP.

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