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Our Art Committee is working with several local, emerging artists to display their work on the walls of our building. We are interested in providing an opportunity for these artists to share their work with the public. It is a way in which we can provide a service to the community, and it is in line with the Society's mission, which includes promoting intellectual, philosophical, and artistic freedom.

   

 

Or large reception room is where members gather for coffee and conversation , and that is where the art is displayed. Our plan is to rotate artists approximately every eight weeks. 

  

For more information on any one of our exhibits or the artists that share their work with, or to submit your own work for our consideration, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call the office at 847-677-3334. 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, March 10th, 8pm

Trillium

Trillium is an acoustic folk band with an eclectic repertoire including traditional Celtic, Americana, folk, bluegrass, ragtime and Dixieland music, guarantee to make you smile! With Mim Eichmann on hammered dulcimer, lead vocals, and small percussion; Scott Sedlacek on guitar, banjo, and lead vocals; and Doug Lofstrom on acoustic bass and vocals. In the 12 years that the group has been performing together, they’ve played at countless festivals, libraries, coffee houses, pubs, clubs, house concerts, wineries, weddings, private parties and much more throughout the Midwest, and have released four highly acclaimed cds.

Hosted by Vicki Elberfeld
$8 suggested donation includes refreshments. No reservations needed.
Doors open at 7:30. Free parking in our lot, on Howard, or on Jerome St.

 

Ethical Humanist Society   7574 Lincoln Ave    Skokie  IL  60077

 

In addition to regular Sunday programming, the Society offers a variety of interesting activities throughout the month. There is something of interest for almost everyone. For specific details about these meetings and events, please call the Society office at 847-677-3334.

 

Creative Writers Group

Leader: Sue Sherman

To stimulate exploration in various forms of creative writing, including poetry, playlets, short stories, memoirs, and essays. Writers are encouraged to develop original work to share at monthly meetings. 3rd Sunday of the month at 12:15 p.m.

 

Book Group

Leader: Chris Martin 

Discusses issues and perspectives introduced by select fiction and non-fiction books. We meet the first Sunday of every other month at 12:15pm.

 

 

Film Discussion Group

Leader: John Ungashick 

Encourages thoughtful viewing of current motion pictures. Provides a cordial forum for exchanging opinions and exploring meanings, artistic techniques and performances. Usually the 2nd Monday of the month.

 

Women’s Group

Leaders: Chris Martin

We meet quarterly on a Saturday morning at Curt's Café in Evanston for coffee and conversation. For the next meeting time and date, contact our office at 847-677-3334 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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The Ethical Humanist Society has the privilege and honor to serve the Chicagoland community by conducting wedding ceremonies, baby-namings, renewals of marriage vows and memorials.

 

            

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March 10
8:00 pm 

Trillium

 

 

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