Third Ever Philosophy Café, Monday, Dec. 23, 6 p.m.
Monday, Dec 23, at 6 PM at Sam and Greg’s on North Side Square, downtown Huntsville. We meet in the upstairs area. After 5:30, there is plenty of parking on the street near the restaurant. And the pizza, stromboli, and gelato are really good!
Annual Solstice Dinner, Sunday, December 22
The annual Humanists/Freethought Potluck will be on Sunday, December 22nd, 2013.
Hosted at the home of Louise and Travis Hardin.
Friends and families welcome to attend.
Set-up and appetizers starting at 12:00
Dinner around 12:45 PM
Ham and turkey are provided
Bring one dish to share
(vegetable, appetizer, dessert, bread, wine, soda, other)
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Hosted by: Travis & Louise Hardin
We do not have a regular meeting in December.
Second ever Pilosophy Café Mon. Nov 25th 6 p.m.
Humanists of North Alabama sponsor our second ever “Philosophy Café” on Monday, November 25th at 6:00 PM at Sam & Greg’s, 119 North Side Square, Huntsville, in their UPSTAIRS ROOM. Food and drink are available for purchase (and consumption). The general public is invited to join us.
What is a Philosophy Café? Summed up nicely at http://swanseaphilosophycafe.weebly.com/index.html
See you Nov 17th at Madison County Main Library
We’re back at the library for our monthly Humanist Discussion Meeting.
Join us in room A/B (to the right of the lobby). Sunday, Nov 17, 2 p.m. to 3:30.
What are you thankful for? How do Humanists give thanks? What traditions do you have to give the Holidays a Humanist twist?
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Oct 6 & 13 UUs discuss Murry’s “Reason and Reverence: Religious Humanism in the 21st Century
The UU discussion of William Murry’s book Reason And Reverance: Religious Humanism in the 21st Century is scheduled for October 6 & 13 starting at 6pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Huntsville. I’m sure the book discussion would be open to all interested readers beyond friends and members of the UU church.
The church website is at http://www.uuch.org
Thanks to Dr. Jon Fox for this notice. He will co-lead the discussion.
“The Road to Hell” co-sponsored by the UAH Philosophy Department Friday Oct 11 at 7 p.m.
Dr. Nick Jones sent us this event to post. You can download the flyer at the bottom of this post.
UAH Distinguished Speaker Series
co-sponsored by the
UAH Philosophy Department
The Road to Hell*
University of Colorado at Boulder
Friday, October 11 at 7pm
Union Grove Gallery
(between University Center and Morton Hall)
*Dr. Norcross will discuss whether intentions
matter to the ethical worth of our actions.
Questions? Please contact Dr. Deborah Heikes, email@example.com
Atheist Pride Day at the University of Alabama in Huntsville – Sat. Apr 13, 2 – 6 p.m.
UAH Non-Theists organize 2013 Atheist Pride Day at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (video)
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on April 11, 2013 at 8:44 PM
(reprinted from Al.com and the Huntsville Times)
The free event will give non-believers an opportunity to meet other like-minded people, and counter the stigma against non-believers, according to Charles Miller, Alabama state director of American Atheists and executive director of the Secular Coalition for Alabama.
The event will be held at the UAH Exhibit hall. Featured speakers include Matthew Blendermann, founder of UAH-Nontheists, and Charles Miller, Alabama State Director of American Atheists and Executive Director of Secular Coalition for Alabama.
The afternoon’s events also offer musicians, comedians and games.
Entertainment includes the band “Scripted Failures” and comedian Blair Scott, a past director of Alabama Atheists who is also active nationally with American Atheists. Other speakers include Matthew Blendermann, founder of UAH-Nontheists, and Charles Miller.
Debate – “Is the Christian Faith Reasonable?” February 9, 2013 – David Marshall vs Richard Carrier
“Is the Christian Faith Reasonable?”
February 9, 2013 – David Marshall vs Richard Carrier
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Chan Auditorium (Need a map?)
Event will be free and open to the public. Following the debate, both participants will do book-signing/selling in the lobby.
The Storytelling of Science. Part 2 or 2 – Q&A. Lawrence Krauss and company. Youtube video.
The Storytelling of Science part 1. Lawrence Krauss and company. Youtube video.
Humanist Conference 2013 poster
Another article for Humanists in Huntsville Times, 12 December, p. C1