A Human Note...

 

A quick update on what's coming up in November 2016

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First Friday FreeUp

Thankfulness

 

Friday, November 4

6:00-9:00 pm

Xiscali Mexican Restaurant

920 E Gregory St, Pensacola, FL 32502
 
Buz has a short video on Athiest Thankfulness.  We can then discuss whether we are thankful for our system of government.  Do we like the Electoral College? Are we thankful for how State legislatures Gerrymander (RIG) our districts? Will we be thankful on Wednesday Nov. 9th?
 
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Gulf Coast Freethinkers MeetUp

 

Friday, November 18

6:00-9:00 pm

Bonelli's Cafe Italia

1217 N 9th Ave, Pensacola
Phone:  (850) 466-3002
 
Good food, good beer, good wine, and great conversation.
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Third Annual Carl Sagan Cosmic Day of Remembrance Pot-Luck Picnic

Saturday, November 12, 2016

3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Shoreline Park

800 Shoreline Drive

Gulf Breeze, FL 32561

Join us for our 3rd Annual Potluck Picnic, this year on the beautiful Santa Rosa Sound
Guest speaker:
Dr Dennis Tubbs, Ph.D
Founder of Life Connections Inc. of Alabama 
lighted pavilion with grill
volleyball and horseshoes 
swimming beach (kid-friendly shallow water), 
restrooms & showers, pier & boat launch (bring your kayak!)
paved and rustic hiking trails through ancient bearded oaks

Directions: Head south on Shoreline Drive in Gulf Breeze. Park entrance is on the left, opposite the Gulf Breeze Community Center. Take park road to the parking lot at its end. We’ll be in the large Octagonal Pavilion at the west end of the parking lot.

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HUMANIST OPEN HOUSE

We still could use volunteers to act as hosts for Humanist Open Houses for Nov. 25 or 25 and Dec 9 or 10.  You can sign up by selecting a date on our Group FB page or emailing Buz at president@hwfl.org.

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The Mission of the Humanists of West Florida

... is to facilitate the advancement of humanist thought and action in Pensacola and surrounding areas by interconnecting groups of humanists, atheists, agnostics and non-religious. We will strive for equal participation in government and societal life through building strategic partnerships with other humanist and freethought organizations and with our religious neighbors to advance the greater good of humanity.

Our Purpose: to provide education, service opportunities, and to create a sense of community for humanists, atheists, agnostics and other non­-religious persons.