The UUHA will be co-sponsoring a HumanLight Event, hosted by the American Humanist Association, on December 17th at 4:00pm Eastern.
According to the AHA:
Enjoy HumanLight virtually with folks from around the world. HumanLight is a secular holiday that celebrates Reason, Compassion, and Hope — and brings people together to recognize the passing of one year as we look forward to a new one.
Visit the AHA's HumanLight Page to register!
According to Wikipedia:
"HumanLight was first celebrated in 2001, and was created to provide a specifically Humanist celebration during the western world's holiday season. The New Jersey Humanist Network founded the holiday in 2001 to aid secular people in commemorating the December holiday season without encroaching on other adjacent holidays—both religious ones such as Christmas and secular ones such as Solstice. The inaugural event involved only the founding organization, but is now celebrated by many secular organizations and individuals across the United States and other countries."