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Welcome to Humanists Doing Good!

We are a nonprofit and nonreligious community of compassionate and rational people doing good for the sake of good. We are people learning, socializing and volunteering together. We are always looking for more people to join our cause and invite you to learn more about our organization and our beliefs. You just may be surprised to learn that great minds such as Albert Einstein have shared our vision.

Humanists Doing Good focuses on improving our lives by improving the lives of others.

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    We're aiming to make our book club meeting a bimonthly event where people can read and share books with one another. This time around there is no particular theme or book being suggested to read. Choose a book, read it and come talk to the group about the book you've chosen to read. Whether you loved the book or hated it, we'd love to learn about it. Please feel welcome to bring any food or drink you might like to have.

    When: Saturday, November 18th at 10:00 am

    Where: Garden Room at The Commons of Hilltop (625 27 1/2 Road - Park at the rear of the building and enter through the external Garden Room entrance)

    Click here to RSVP on our meetup site.

    We will be helping the Mesa County Library with Culture Fest! For those of you that who want to come a half hour earlier to help with the event that is great but certainly not necessary. Also the library's outreach coordinator asked me to inform everyone that there is going to be an art reception the night before. That event will go from 6PM-8PM and everyone is welcome. Sounds fun! This will all be happening at the legendary Mesa County Library.

    When: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Where: Mesa County Public Library at 443 N. 6th Street

    Click here to RSVP to volunteer on our meetup site.

    Dana has offered to take us on this easy hike. We will hike towards Red Canyon along the bottom of the ravine and stop about where it splits and goes off towards Columbus Canyon. It is a fairly easy hike, not a lot of climbing, just walking a dry stream bed and going around a few large boulders. Dana likens it to Mica Mine hike in ease. It takes about 2 hours, one up and one back.

    When: Sunday, October 29th at 10:00 am

    Where: We will start at Dana's house. Please RSVP on meetup for the address.

    Click here to RSVP via our meetup site.




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