Annual Events & Activities:
International Human Rights Day - December 10
An important event for all people, across the world - International Human Rights Day is a worthy celebration for non-religious people to participate in and champion within their communities. Click on the title link for more information.
Winter Solstice - December 21-22 (Northern Hemisphere)
The shortest day of the year but one celebrated the world over, since the dawn of human history. Explore the fascinating traditions associated with the Winter Solstice and create a celebration of your own. Click on the title link for more information.
Summer Solstice - December 21-22 (Southern Hemisphere)
The Summer Solstice is a festive occasion and a great time to gather with friends and explore the fascinating world of which we are a part. Click on the title link to learn more.
Festivus - December 23
Festivus is the pop culture holiday resulting from the iconic comedy show "Seinfeld." With the slogan "Festivus for the Rest of US", it offers secular families a chance for their own tradition around Christmas and Hannukah. Click on the title link for more information.
Human Light Celebration - December 23
A glorious event, celebrating the wonder and excitement of life and the exuberance that the humanist and rationalist worldview provides. For information on how you can participate in Human Light celebrations, click on the title link.