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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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    Join everyone for a social brunch and monthly meeting to start off the month of October. Bring a dish to share (if you can post your dish in the comments it will help us fill any gaps) and enjoy all the wonderful food everyone else brings. There is no particular theme for this brunch. We'll also receive updates, do some planning for the future and discuss upcoming events. We could use ideas for future volunteer events and we'll probably do some planning for a Halloween party.

    When: Saturday, October 7th 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 via our meetup site.



    Lower Onion Creek is located on the banks of the Colorado River in Utah. It is located near Fisher Towers that will provide excellent hiking opportunities and some of the most magnificent scenic views in the region.

    The group site we have reserved should have a fire grate, picnic tables, vault toilets and shade shelter. It does not have water or electric hook-ups. We are asking that no dogs be brought on this particular trip.

    If you would like to hike the Fisher Towers trail it can be up to 5.2 miles to complete or you can opt to return along the trail at any point after you've had your fill. Most trail websites seem to categorize the trail as moderate in difficulty and there are places where a fixed ladder must be climbed. There is a 650 foot elevation gain.

    When: Saturday, September 30th beginning around Noon.

    Where: Take I-70 West to UT-128. Take exit 214 from I-70 West. Follow UT-128 to Lower Onion Creek Campground (about 30 miles from the turnoff).

    Click here to RSVP via our meetup site.


    We are encouraging everyone to read a banned book and then join us for an evening of discussion and learning. We're asking that you choose any banned book you would like to read in advance and then come and talk to everyone else about the book that you chose. We'd like to know things like why you think the book was banned, what the book is about, what you liked about the book, what you disliked about the book and whether or not you'd recommend that others read it. Everyone else will do the same and we should all learn a great deal about several banned books and censorship efforts.

    The American Humanist Association is encouraging other groups around the country to also participate in Banned Book week.

    When: Thursday, Sept. 28th at 6:00 pm

    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 via our meetup site.

     

     

     

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