IAF Sunday Meetup-Brown Baggin’ It!

This is our regular weekly Meetup. Please come and join us for an interesting discussion on a variety of topics. The weather looks good for Sunday and the Gray’s Lake Terrace provides some shelter under the pergola. Forecast is 70-72° and cloudy or partly cloudy with 20% rain chances south. Bring your own lunch (sorry, no alcohol permitted at Gray’s Lake!) and enjoy the beautiful view! Consider bringing a more comfortable lawn chair.

We will need to discuss future locations for our Sunday Meetup as our options have suddenly become more limited.

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IAF Sunday Meetup

As Sam & Louie’s was not available this Sunday we’re back at Old Chicago in Ankeny at Noon.

This is our regular weekly Meetup. Please come and join us for an interesting discussion on a variety of topics. New faces are always welcome and we’d love to hear your story!

Our Spring Fundraiser for Hawthorn Hill Homeless Shelter is coming to a close on Monday, May 7th! Just a reminder, this Meetup will be your last opportunity to make a donation in person. (Paypal until midnight 5/7)

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IAF Sunday Meetup

This is our regular, weekly, Meetup. Please come and join us for an interesting discussion on a variety of issues.

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IAF Sunday Meetup

This is our regular weekly Meetup and we’re back at Sam & Louie’s for Sunday, April 22. Please come and join us for an interesting discussion on a variety of topics. New faces always welcome and we’d love to hear your story!

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Planned Parenthood Book Sale Setup

Volunteer Opportunity! Come support Planned Parenthood of the Heartland as they prepare for their annual fall book sale at the Fairgrounds 4-H building. The bulk of the work is unpacking boxes of books and arranging them on tables so please wear clothes and shoes that you can work in comfortably as you’ll be on your feet quite a bit. To find the 4-H Building, turn right from the main fairgrounds entrance off of E. 30th St and drive to the farthest building in that corner of the grounds. For security reason, volunteers are instructed to enter the building via the door on the SW corner, just to the right and around the way from the main entrance.

Don’t worry if you can’t make it out at 4:00 – just come when you can, there will be plenty to do. Planned Parenthood asks that all volunteers stay for a minimum of two hours but they understand that not everyone can meet this goal. Please do RSVP if you plan to attend so we can send a headcount to the Planned Parenthood Book Sale organizers. Thank you for volunteering!

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IAF Sunday Meetup

This is our regular, weekly, Meetup. Please come and join us for an interesting discussion on a variety of issues.

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Are You a Humanist?

Good without god(s)? Many of us are! Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Please join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this recurring bi-weekly series that will begin with an introduction to Humanism leading into a book discussion. The meetings will cover “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

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Are You a Humanist?

Good without god(s)? Many of us are! Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!

Please join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this recurring bi-weekly series that will begin with an introduction to Humanism leading into a book discussion. The meetings will cover “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

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