Family Events

Thank you for your interest in our Family Events. Piedmont Humanists strives to offer a variety of events each year, some of which are family-friendly. Language is controlled at these events so that we can remain respectful of the youth in our presence.

In past years, Piedmont Humanists has offered the following family-friendly events:

Darwin Day Potluck –occurring in February
Annual Feast of the Flying Spaghetti Monster – usually held in autumn
Halloween Party – held on or around Halloween
Annual Picnic – usually held in August
Kite Festival at Barnett Park – usually held in April
BBQ and Fundraiser – usually held in April
Easter Egg Hunt – held on or around Easter
Greer Heritage Museum – followed by playtime and snacks in Century Park – usually held in the springtime

We keep our calendar up-to-date. You’re welcome to check out what we’re doing on the calendar, but please keep in mind that events occurring at later hours may not be appropriate for youngsters. 

Piedmont Humanists has occasionally been asked whether children can come to our social evening events. Adults are the intended audience for evening social events. While we discourage it, a parent can make the choice to bring his or her child to evening social events, with the understanding that those present may use adult language. Our Sunday meetings are not open to children unless specified in advance. This is to prevent unnecessary interruption.

The board is happy to talk to any members regarding upcoming events and whether or not the intended audience includes children. Please contact us at board@piedmonthumanist.org with your questions and ideas.

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