Author Archives: Heather Kingham

Bike Ride: TC to Suttons Bay

Sunday, June 3 2018 (possibly also a month earlier, Sunday May 6, weather permitting) Grand Traverse Humanists Bike Ride All summer long, Grand Traverse Humanists host bike rides on the first Sunday of the month. Usually we start at Darrow … Continue reading

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Meeting at the Library: Autism

Monday, June 11 2018 Meeting at the Library: Autism 7 p.m….610 Woodmere Ave., Traverse City Join us as we welcome various speakers on the topic of autism. We’ll learn about autism from a scientific perspective, local advocacy efforts for those … Continue reading

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Paddling the Crystal River

Saturday, June 16 2018 Paddling the Crystal River 10 a.m….Crystal River access on Fisher Road off of 675 / Dunn’s Farm Rd. Join the Grand Traverse Humanists as they lead a paddle trip down the beautiful Crystal River! This trip … Continue reading

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Meeting at the Library: Mark Gustafson

Monday, May 14 2018 Meeting at the Library: Mark Gustafson 7 p.m….610 Woodmere Ave., Traverse City Former literature instructor and Grand Traverse Humanists member Mark Gustafson will present a program on Humanism in Literature. Mark Gustafson was a teacher of … Continue reading

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Do Atheists Pray?

Crossed column in the Northern Express Every month, the Northern Express publishes a column featuring our club president Scott Blair debating with Reverend Dr. William C. Meyers, senior pastor at Presbyterian Church of Traverse City. It’s called Crossed: A Local … Continue reading

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Book Club: Herb Silverman’s “Candidate Without a Prayer”

RESCHEDULED due to weather Wednesday, April 18 2018 Book Club: Herb Silverman’s “Candidate Without a Prayer” 6 p.m at Mark and Heather’s house, 7670 E. Shore Rd., Traverse City. Following our visit from atheist activist Herb Silverman, we’ll discuss his … Continue reading

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Meeting at the Library: “The Case for Biological Evolution”

Monday, January 8 2018 Meeting at the Library: “The Case for Biological Evolution”…Marlene Smith 7 p.m….610 Woodmere Ave., Traverse City Join us for a talk by GTH Board member Marlene Smith entitled “The Case for Biological Evolution: Natural Selection and … Continue reading

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10-Year-Anniversary Celebration of Grand Traverse Humanists!

Saturday, December 9 2017 10-Year-Anniversary Celebration of Grand Traverse Humanists! 7 p.m….7670 E Shore Rd., Traverse City Celebrate ten years of Grand Traverse Humanists’ existence! Come reminisce with GTH friends if you were there, or learn of our storied past … Continue reading

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Volunteer at Safe Harbor

Monday, December 11 2017 Volunteer at Safe Harbor 517 Wellington St., Traverse City Help our fellow humans experiencing homelessness by providing food, shelter, and hope. Safe Harbor rotated from church to church during the winter months in the past; this … Continue reading

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Meeting at the Library: “The Ottawa – A River Reborn” documentary and Q&A with filmmaker

Monday, November 13 2017 Meeting at the Library: “The Ottaway – A River Reborn” documentary and Q & A with filmmaker 7 p.m….610 Woodmere Ave., Traverse City How will the decisions we make today impact the future of our Planet … Continue reading

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