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The Program for This Sunday




Brenda Weitzberg, founder of Aspiritech, speaks Sunday, October 26th, on “Harnessing the Talents of People with High-Functioning Autism.” Weitzberg will discuss how her organization provides employment opportunities in the field of software testing to those with Asperger’s syndrome and other forms of autism, using their unique strengths, such as attention to detail and affinity for repetitive tasks.

Coming Events & Announcements
For a full list of all our programs, activities and announcements for this month, see our Newsletter page. 



• The EHS is taking part in a "Helping Hands" Community Dine and Donate Program with Father and Son Italian Kitchen in Skokie. On Monday, October 20th, and Tuesday, October 21st, Father and Son will donate 20% of the sale from our members and friends back to us! Download and print this form and bring it with you for a fine lunch or dinner, and help the Society at the same time. Contact Penny Doyle for more information. 


• Our next Film Discussion, led by John Ungashick, meets on Monday, October 20th, at 7:15 p.m. We’ll discuss two currently playing films. The Skeleton Twins is about an estranged brother and sister whose suicide attempts bring them together. It was directed by Craig Johnson, with Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig. The Drop is a dramatic thriller about organized crime and money laundering. It was directed by Michael R. Roskam, with Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini.


• Our Creative Writers group meets again on Sunday, October 26th, at 12:15 p.m. Come and freely share your short original works with other budding writers. Newcomers are welcome!


Fall in to EHSC

Come join us for Fall in to EHSC at the Ethical Humanist Society

Saturday, November 15th, 5:00 p.m.


Interested in kicking off your holiday the right way? How about meeting great people, eating great food, and contributing to a great cause? If you like those teasers then you will love the real thing: Fall in to EHSC at the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago. 


Sunday School


This Sunday, October 26th, we'll have a Halloween party! Wear your costume, and we'll play some games, have some snacks, and work on some Day of the Dead crafts. Join us for some spooky fun! 

Our Sunday School is open to children from birth through 8th grade. Join us as we explore the world and our place in it through discussions, play, crafts, and critical thinking. Newcomers welcome!

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The Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago, founded in 1882, is a self-governing, inclusive, caring community—providing a home to those who seek a rational, compassionate philosophy of life without regard to belief or non-belief in a supreme being.



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