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Movie Nite: Straight Outta Compton. March 5, 7PM. 1905 Kienitz Ave, Modesto. #OscarSoWhite
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River Cleanup & Pizza, March 19, 9AM-12PM. Meet at north bank of Tuolomne River on Del Este & S Mariposa Rd, Modesto, CA.

Humanitarian Humanists lend a hand to make a difference in our community where it is most needed.

For our March activity we will be joining Operation 9-2-99 which is an ongoing clean-up effort along the Tuolumne River in Modesto where trash buildup has been a serious problem. Having attended past clean ups, I can attest to the massive difference a few hours work with friends can make. This really is a place where you can see the impact of your efforts!

Join us for comradery, conversation, and community cleanup from 9 to 12. We'd love to have you join us for the full morning, but If you can only make it for an hour or so, your efforts will still be immensely appreciated. After a morning of hard work we plan to head over to Michael's Pizza Bar and Grill to reward ourselves with arguably the best pizza in Modesto.

Lets make this a social event! Bring your family and invite your friends to come along, and lets make our community a better, safer, and more beautiful place to live, while we show our community that humanists care!

Come as you are, but if you have a Stanislaus Humanists shirt already, what a great opportunity to show it off! Meeting location will be posted as soon as I get the details.

I look forward to seeing everyone there!
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Colloquium: Robin Hayes, "My Cells Made Me Do It"
March 16, 2016, 7:00 to 9:00 PM
Manteca Library, 320 W Center St, Manteca

About the Topic

Our speaker will explore human behavior as a matter of cellular responses to environmental cues, the concept of cellular determinism. Free will is just an illusion!

About the Speaker

Professor of microbiology at Hartnell College. Robin Hayes has conducted research at Hopkins Marine Station, prepared educational material for The Monterey Bay Aquarium, and served as the senior laboratory analyst for the largest water reclamation project in the nation.

His book, My Cells Made Me Do It, is available in print and via Kindle at

About the Free Event

This is a free event, open to the public, at the Manteca Library. Those of all worldviews and faiths are welcome.

Doors open at 7:15 PM and our featured talk starts shortly after. We expect most Colloquiums to last until about 8:45 PM followed by mingling and cleanup.

Coffee, water, and pastries are provided.

Parking is free.

Suggested donations of $20 to support this and future colloquiums are appreciated.

Dinner Before

For those interested in joining us for dinner, head to the CK Mongolian BBQ (1039 S Main St) prior to the event. People typically arrive at 5:30 and leave at 6:45 to start setting up at the Manteca Library.
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