Help out sorting food at the Food Bank! The Food Bank also have modified activities for those with limited mobility, so don’t worry if you can’t lift heavy things, we’ll find a spot for you!
Meet outside the warehouse at 5:50 pm.
This event is a joint effort, hosted by both the Secular Humanists of Alberta, and the Society of Edmonton Atheists. Board member Mark will be your contact.
Bacon, on a Sunday.
*this month will be one week late due to the Food Bank event
Sherlock Holmes runs a trivia night on Tuesdays, once a month we test our knowledge! Join our team ”The Heathens”!
The FreeThinker Book club meets in the basement of the Westwood Unitarian Church at 7:00 PM on the last Wednesday of the month from Oct-April. The format varies but typically begins with a round table check-in and first reactions to the book. This is followed by a free ranging discussion, triggered by questions from other members.
All are welcome – atheists, humanists, agnostics, and theists and of course ‘free thinkers!!
Justice – What’s the Right Thing to Do? by Michael Sandel
All invited, 7:00 PM April 24th in the Church basement!
In preparation for Interfaith month we will be reviewing an ”Atheist 101” presentation that will be given later on in the month at an open house.
The Malt and Mortar, 10416 82 Ave
**Please note, this bar closes at 10:30pm
Join us after round table for continued discussion and drinks.
**THIS EVENT IS HOSTED BY THE SECULAR HUMANISTS OF ALBERTA**
Student’s Union Building, in the lounge. They will be set up at a table or sofa area, with the secular humanists logo on display.
An evening of lively intelligent conversations. Feel free to suggest a humanist topic for an ice breaker. The topics flow naturally after we get started. Each meeting is uniquely enjoyable with the diverse crowd of like-minded individuals.
Please RSVP to the meetup group if you are attending, as they are limited to numbers due to the nature of the space.
Come celebrate Darwin Day with us!
Tentative: We’ll be choosing an episode of ”What Darwin Didn’t Know” (available on the Kanopy website, which is free for library users) and discussion will follow.