ANUH (pronounced a-new). Dedicated to seeking and creating spiritual evolution in safety, harmony, love, and joy. Offering a safe haven for people seeking community and spiritual guidance, yet desiring to maintain their individual path. For more, call 593-9511.
Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder Support Group, Easter Seals, 225 S. Academy, Ste. 104. For more, call Lea Ann at 636-0009.
Emotional Overeating Support Group, Smooth Changes Hypnotherapy, 4935 N. 30th St., 8 Thurs. 10 am - Noon, $20. 271-6089.
Freethinkers of Colorado Springs meeting, El Paso County Auditorium, 301 South Union Blvd., free. Presenting Kimberly Blaker, editor/coauther, Fundamentals of Extremism: The Christian Right in America. Wed., Sept. 24, 7 p.m.
Lupus support group, Woodmen Valley Chapel ("stone chapel"), 326 Woodmen Rd. Free. Next meeting Mon., Sept. 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m. The topic will be "Parenting with MS/Lupus" Facilities are wheelchair accessible.For more, call Linda, 638-1700 or Bernadette, 531-0263
MOMS Club Colorado Springs East Chapter, A support club for stay-at-home Moms and their children. We offer a variety of activities and events, including playgroups and Mom's Night Out and more! $35 annual dues. For more, call 266-5606 or JoinMOMSClubEast@Yahoo.com.
National League of American Pen Women meeting. Country Club of Colorado, 125 E. Clubhouse Dr. $12.50. Sat., Sept. 13, 11:30 a.m. Dr. Bernice Reid, president of the National League of American Pen Women, will meet with the Pikes Peak Branch to discuss the plans and achievements of the organization, founded in 1897 when the National Press Club refused women members. For more, call 540-8177 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Network Exchange For Women meets on the third Tuesday of the month at Antonio's, just East of I-25 and Garden of the Gods, 11:30 a.m. For business networking and lunch. For reservations call 265-1969.
Pikes Peak Blues Community, BAC, 515 Manitou Ave. Meets every Mon., 5:30 p.m. event planning, 6 p.m. meeting. For more, call 685-1861 ext. 42.
Pikes Peak Herb Association meets the third Friday of the month at 3920 E. San Miguel (east of Wendy's), 7-8:45 p.m. For more, call Sharon Schulman, 599-7466. Next meeting: Fri., Sept. 19.
Seekers: a club for those interested in spiritual development, reincarnation, relationships, etc. Meetings held on Thurs., 7pm. Call 594-9185 for location.
Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group. Free. Wed., Sept. 24, 7 p.m. (novices at 6 p.m.). D.A.V Building, 6880 Palmer Park Blvd. Call Lynn Poos for information, 599-4528 or visit
Snojets Ski and Social Club, social gatherings for adults over 21. Find out how to get involved in hiking, mountain biking, golf, camping, supper socials and other activities this summer. Call 577-7669 or visit www.shojets.org for more.
Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1205, East Library Meeting Room, 5550 N. Union Blvd., 3 - 5 p.m. Meets third Sat. of each month. History buffs and guests are welcome. For more, call 531-6333 x1210 or 282-1527.
Southern Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting. Embassy Suites Hotel, 7290 Commerce Center Dr., $40. Featuring The Road Less Traveled, keynote address from Ceil Michalik. Tues., Sept. 16, 5:30 p.m. For registration or information, call 442-2007.
Vegetarians of Colorado Springs gathering for a potluck on the second Sunday of each month at 5:30 p.m., at varying members' homes and city parks. For details or club information, visit
www.vsc.org or call Nancy at 330-2165.
WINGS, offering programs and services for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Currently has a women's support group and a waiting list for a men's group. 800/373-8671 or