May 10th, 2014 - First-Timers Gathering

This particular gathering is intended for people who have not participated in previous Humanists Doing Good events or who are extremely new to the organization. You are welcome to bring a friend or friends.

Are you a person who has been on our mailing list for a long time but hasn't yet made the leap to get involved? Are you just learning about Humanists Doing Good and curious to know more? Have you been hesitant to show up to an event and have to deal with "being the new person" and messing with everything that might entail? Are you curious about how we operate? Do you want to know more about humanism, but don't want to ask in front of a big group of humanists? Do you wish you could join up with some other new people who are just beginning? If any of these situations resemble you, then this is the gathering for you.

We'll be meeting at the Ale House in a casual setting and inviting your questions. Questions you have will also likely be relevant for everyone present to hear and will be greatly appreciated. We'd love to learn about your personal situation, if you would like to share. We can also provide you with everything you need to start to get involved with the organization. This gathering can be the fun first step toward becoming an active participant. We ask that anyone planning to attend please RSVP so that we have the appropriate reservation made.

When: Saturday, May 10th at 7:00 pm

Where: The Ale House (2531 N. 12th Street, GJ)

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May 5th, 2014 - Jesus Loves You! (but hates me)

When: Monday, May 5th. Doors open at 6:30 pm, show starts at 7:00 pm

Where: Colorado Mesa University Ball Room (2nd floor of University Center)

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Apr. 26th, 2014 - Mica Mine Hike & Trail Cleanup

As a combination of both Earth Day and the National Week of Action (a response to the National Day of Prayer), Humanists Doing Good will be hiking the Mica Mine Trail and cleaning it up along the way. The hike is rated as "easy" and is a fun 2.6 mile hike round trip. The hike's destination is an old mica mine that can be climbed around on. Please bring adequate water and any food you may require. We will provide trash bags. Well behaved/socialized dogs are welcomed.

When: Saturday, April 26th at 10:00 am

Where: Bangs Canyon Trailhead (Mica Mine Trail)

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