Dorset Humanists Upcoming Events

Click the title below for event date and details on Dorset Humanists Meetup.com pages:-

  • Dorset Humanists Join us at 7.30pm or later for friendly social chat. Look out for handsome chap Dean and the lovely 'mine's a large one' Lyn. Wear a silly festive jumper or hat if you would like to (not compulsory!). Everyone is welcome, so don't be shy! Come and join us for friendly chat about anything and nothing. West Hill Car Park is just two minutes walk away and the pub is on bus route. Apologies for the change of date from 16th to 22nd. We hope you can still make it. Covid guidelinesWe’d love to see you but if […]
  • Dorset Humanists We are continuing our popular online coffee club fortnightly for the time being. We have amazing conversations on a huge variety of topics – why not pop in? You may like to suggest conversation topics in the chat function on the day or below in advance. Pour your own cuppa, click the link on the right, and say hello! Meeting ID: 854 0209 5287Passcode: 538646 Bournemouth, – United Kingdom Tuesday, December 7 at 11:00 AM 8 https://www.meetup.com/Dorset-Humanists/events/282469462/
  • Dorset Humanists Dorset Humanists Choir, also known as the Hawkridge Singers, is meeting to practise some seasonal songs for an informal performance at our December event on Saturday 11th December. This is our final practice before the live performance! Bournemouth BH9 1TB – United Kingdom Tuesday, December 7 at 7:30 PM 5 https://www.meetup.com/Dorset-Humanists/events/282469430/
  • Dorset Humanists A talk by Emeritus Professor Roger Eatwell. Join us after the talk for mince pies, mulled wine, and seasonal songs performed by Dorset Humanists’ Hawkridge Singers! In 2017 the Cambridge Dictionary chose ‘populism’ as its word of the year, reflecting a rising tide of populism around the world – including the 2016 Brexit referendum victory and Donald Trump’s Presidential victory. Focusing especially on national populist examples from Europe and the US, this talk will look at what links such disparate ‘populist’ movements, ask whether they are major threats to democracy, what factors have been driving them, and whether […]