What's New?

Our June 2017 newsletter is now available for download on our newsletter page.

Be sure to sign up for our e-mail list to get advance notification of events.

Upcoming meetings (at USNH, 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, Link to map of USNH location unless otherwise noted)

When What
Saturday, June 3rd
2:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Humanist Explorations: Verna, USO Girl

With Memorial Day just behind us and the anniversary of the Normandy Invasion just ahead, this is a great time for the story of a young woman whose dreams and hopes for her future take place in the last months of the Second World War. Based on a story by Paul Gallico, the screenplay by Albert Innaurato, this film illustrates how life’s choices inform the fragility and evanescence of our days.

Monday, June 5th
7:00 PM
New Haven area social dinner at Turkish Kebab House, 1157 Campbell Ave., West Haven Link to map of Turkish Kebab House restaurant location.
Saturday, June 17th
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Book Discussion Group: White Trash: The 400-Year Old Untold History of Class in America by Nancy Isenberg

Our book for June will be White Trash: The 400-Year Old Untold History of Class in America by historian Nancy Isenberg.

Copies of the book are widely available in public libraries in Connecticut, and at local and online booksellers.

Saturday, June 24th
4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Annual Picnic at Gayle Walter's Home in New Haven

Gayle Walter kindly volunteered to once again host our annual picnic at her home in New Haven. The address was given in the newsletter. Members were asked to bring a dish to share.

The picnic replaces the June monthly meeting. It happens rain or shine.

Sunday, June 25th
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

June board and standing committee meetings

All members are welcome to attend.

Notes

Dinners: If you're planning to attend one of our social dinners, please RSVP to editor@cthumanist.org, so we can give the restaurant a rough head count.

You can RSVP for the dinners and most HAC events via meetup.com.

Book Discussions: You can download a list of the book selections for July to December 2016 here.

Titles selected for our book discussions can be found in most local libraries or ordered from bookstores such as Barnes and Noble.

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