Potluck Gathering Sunday, June 12!

Chattanooga Humanists will be once again meeting to eat and drink and be merry at the River Rock apartment complex on 4th and Cherry Street downtown from 5-7 PM on June 12th.

The get-together will be in the building’s “Clubhouse”, between the fitness center and the swimming pool. The entrance isn’t particularly well-marked, but it’s next door to a fitness center with a big sign that says “HOTWORX”. if you see that sign, you’re in the right place.

Bring a potluck-style dish, or at least an appetite, and come hangout with us as we share our thoughts, our stories, and of course, our food.

If you can find a metered parking space, those are free on Sunday. If you can’t find a meter, there is plenty of paid parking available nearby. If anyone wants to save transit costs or parking costs by carpooling, reach out to info@chattanoogahumanists.com and we will see what we can arrange.


Humanist Bike Ride on May 29th!

Some of us will be venturing forth on two wheels this weekend, from the Wheland Foundry Trailhead just off of South Broad Street behind Crust Pizza, to the Arts District downtown. (And then back, because that’s where most of us probably parked…)

If this sounds like a lovely way to spend a Sunday morning, then meet at 1503 Middle Street in Chattanooga, at about 10am May 29th, and join us!

If you have a bike you can bring, then bring it! If you don’t have one, or just don’t want to bring one, you can rent one. There are usually several rental bikes available at the trailhead, sometimes even electrically motor-assisted “e-bikes”, which are a lot of fun if you are more interested in scenery and conversation than strenuous exercise.

Allow a little extra time if you need a rental bike, especially if you are new to the process, and of course, remember that hydration and helmets are both important for riding safely.