Humanists of Colorado
The Humanists of Colorado, based in Denver, Colorado, is a local chapter of the national American Humanists Association. Our local group was founded in 1980.

HOC Meetings are held on the 2nd Sunday evening of each month, starting with a Potluck Supper at 6 pm, followed by a program at 7 pm at the Secular Hub, 3100 Downing St. All HOC members are invited to the board meeting that is held at 4 pm just prior to the potluck. Please join us for a social event. You can also read more about the Humanists of Colorado, find out more about humanism, or find out how to become a member of HOC.

The Next Meeting of Humanists of Colorado


Saturday 21 June 2014 - Solstice Picnic


Location: Creekside Park, 4400 East Virginia at South Cherry, Glendale, CO


Hey all - we usually do a picnic for our June meeting to enjoy the summer and this year we are excited to be combining our celebration with several other groups to have one big party. So therefore, there will be NO USUAL MONTHLY MEETING on June 8 - instead, our meeting will be the combined Solstice Picnic on Saturday, June 21. Plan your summer activities early! FFRF Denver, along with The Secular Hub, and the Humanists of Colorado, will again host a summer solstice picnic. The date is June 21st, from noon until... everyone goes home (or 6pm, whichever comes first).

This year, the hosting organizations will be providing/cooking all of the 'grillables' - hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken, veggie patties, etc. We're asking everyone who is attending to bring a side dish of your choosing to share (chips, veggies, salad, desert... whatever you feel like), and your own drinks. Alcohol is allowed at the park, but absolutely no glass containers.

The park has a sand volleyball court, and lots of grassy area - so bring your volleyball and frisbee and lawn-jarts (as opposed to the heavy, pointy-ended lawn-darts you can't buy anymore). If we get a good crowd, seating may be somewhat limited, so a lawn-chair or two may be advisable as well.

We hope to see all of our fellow freethinkers - the more the merrier! Hopefully it goes without saying... but kids are, of course, very welcome.