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Darwin Day Celebration – 12th Feb

Darwin Finch

Our Darwin Day Celebration is being held at

MANCHESTER CONFERENCE CENTRE
78
Sackville Street
M1 3BB Manchester
United Kingdom
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Exhibition

Stall, exhibitions + local school projects on Darwin and Evolution – Doors Open 5.30pm – Admission FREE

Lecture

Starts 7.30PM.

Prof John Gowlett & Prof Keith Dobney – University of Liverpool – will present a talk on:

HUMAN EVOLUTION: from Australopithecus to Archaeological Science

Tickets £8 (students and unwaged £5)

ALL WELCOME

The  lecture is ticketed. Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/darwin-day-celebration-2018-tickets-41679270821

National Secular Society – Bradlaugh Lecture – Manchester, 9th September

The National Secular Society (NSS) will be holding their inaugural Bradlaugh Lecture at the Manchester Art Gallery on Saturday 9 September, to mark the end of their 150th anniversary celebrations. Bryan Niblet, who published a biography on Bradlaugh, the founding president of the NSS, will deliver a talk entitled ‘Dare To Stand Alone’. NSS historian Bob Forder will also deliver a talk and there will be a drinks reception. The event will run from 2pm to 4pm and will coincide with the re-hanging of Walter Sickert’s portrait of Bradlaugh, which attendees will be able to view for the first time in decades. It is free to NSS members and is £5 for non-members. Spaces are limited and bookings can be made via the website.

Buxton Group in abeyance

At the meeting on 18th October, after a very interesting talk on the Human Rights Act by Guy Otten, and after a full and frank discussion, the decision was taken not to continue with monthly meetings of Buxton Humanists.  Very occasional meetings may still be held in Buxton.

Exploring Humanism – an Introductory Course

The third public presentation of Exploring Humanism – an Introductory Course will be held at Friends Meeting House, Manchester from 7pm to 9pm on six successive Monday  evenings, commencing 1 November 2010. The cost is £14.  The course covers the following topics:
Session 1    Humanist beliefs and practice
Session 2    The historical roots of Humanism
Session 3    Humanist moral values
Session 4    How Humanists handle moral dilemmas
Session 5    The meaning and purpose of life for Humanists
Session 6    Humanism today – and review of the course

If you would like to know more about the course, see the course leaflet or contact the secretary Some places are still available for this presentation.

Buxton Group – October 2010

There will be a meeting of the Buxton group on Monday 18th October 2010 at 7 for 7:30 in the piano lounge at the Old Hall Hotel.  The speaker will be Guy Otten, chair of Greater Manchester Humanists who will speak on “Human Rights”.