Summer Social Meetups – July and August

The Liverpool Humanist Group presents:-

Summer Social Meetups

Dates:   Thursday 22th July 2010 and Thursday August 26th 2010
Time
:    6.00pm
Venue
The 07 Café Bar, 103 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TB
Cost:      Free!

After our successful social event in June in celebration of World Humanist Day, we have two more Summer Social Meetups planned for July and August, before resuming a full programme of events in September.

Our main meetings will, in future, be held on the SECOND THURSDAY of each month. We will continue to arrange lectures, discussions and debates about Science, Self, Society, Religion, Philosophy, Politics, and other matters of interest and importance. We can already confirm that Andrew Copson, Chief executive of the British Humanist Association, has agreed to be our speaker for the first lecture of the new season on Thursday, 9th September 2010.

We will continue to hold social meetups on the Fourth Thursday of the month.

We are hoping to offer an Introductory Course Exploring Humanism later in the year.

In the meantime, come and join us at the wonderful 07 Café Bar, with it’s secret and sunny terrace to the rear. We are starting early in the evening, so you can come straight from work for a bite to eat, or pop in a bit later if you prefer. Should it happen to be raining, we will be sheltering inside at the front.

The 07 Café Bar offers freshly roast coffee, great wines at reasonable prices, bottled beers, a simple menu, with a fine selection of summer salads, and warm and friendly hospitality from Tony and Celine.

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