The HCCO board of trustees meets regularly. Members are welcome to attend.
Get together with fellow freethinkers for knitting, conversation, and tasty food or coffee. Crocheters, cross-stichers, needlepointers, and others with portable crafty hobbies are welcome to join us!
Saturday, May 25th
Please join us for our monthly Gather & Chat... Let's discuss life and living beyond religious belief.
We'll make coffee and small snacks available. (donations will be accepted for coffee and snacks)
We'll have an ice breaker topic for conversation and then open discussion. It's my view that every person in the group has something of value to offer and we hope to see you there...
We are going with an earlier time slot 10am- 12pm but feel this gives opportunity for people to continue the conversation over lunch or coffee afterword if they choose to do so. We are meeting at Upper Arlington Library on Tremont in meeting room B - Please join us.
~ Looking forward to it.
Come out and join us for dinner and conversation! We're in the back room unless there's a special event going on. For more information contact Robert, firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-888-3601.
Monday, June 3rd
Please use West Entrance! The other doors will probably be locked.
Everyone please bring a ferret.
Wednesday, June 5th
Join the freethinking ladies of Central Ohio for chocolate!
Saturday, June 8th
Dr. Shoots-Reinhard will briefly discuss belief change, conformity, groups, and the need to belong. She will explain ways that we can be scientific about getting people involved in the humanist community and the reasons that nonbelievers don't always join a freethought group.
Join us at 12:30 for pizza in the meeting room!
Tuesday, June 11th
Tired of Twihard book clubs? Does “Fifty Shades of Grey” describe your complexion whenever someone mentions the words “New York Times Bestseller”? Now there’s something different just for you!
A sophisticated book club for intellectuals identifying as women, the Wo-Man Booker Club will focus on reading and discussing literature drawn from the long-list, short-list, and winners of the Man Booker literary prize. The goal of this book club is to provide a space for anyone identifying as a woman to come to discuss quality literature while socializing with like-minded individuals. Life’s too short to read bad literature!
The Wo-Man Booker club will be held at Stauf’s coffeehouse in downtown Grandview. Meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of every month from 7:30pm-9:30pm. It’s a great opportunity to meet new friends, drink great coffee, and discuss quality literature in a relaxed setting.
We'll be reading "The White Tiger" by Aravind Adiga for our May meeting, so feel free to join us on May 14 at 7:30.
If you have questions or ideas, email Heidi at email@example.com.
Wednesday, June 12th
Please join us for our monthly gathering to celebrate our Member's Birthdays. Doris will pick a new location based on everyone's recommendations.
Thursday, June 13th
It's time to give of yourself...donate blood and then replenish yourself by going out to dinner with fellow donors and freethinkers.
You can donate at the Carriage Place Donor Center from 4:00pm - 6:00pm, then dinner! (Dinner location TBA.) If you cannot donate, come and cheer on those who can.
Learn more about who's eligible to donate, and make an appointment at the Red Cross website. The donor center does prefer if you make an appointment, but walk-in donations are also welcome (so don't shy away just because you forgot to schedule an appt).
Sunday, June 16th
Sleep in on Sundays. When you've had your fill of pajama-time, roll out and have some tasty brunch with your fellow humanists!
Meet us in The Market District in the Giant Eagle for a tasty breakfast hot food buffet (priced by the pound with vegetarian friendly options) as well as made to order Belgian Waffles ($5) and egg/potato/bacon platters ($6). Coffee and tea free refills.
We'll be in the room upstairs. Look for the table signs with the HCCO logo.