Upcoming Events of Interest

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All Church Family Potlucks - - 

      Friday, April 10, 5:30 -- Earth Day including Recyle Fashion Show

Wear your favorite recycled outfit-

Something you got from goodwill, a hand me down

Or a fabulous creation of your own

      Saturday, May 16, 6:30 -- Dessert followed by a dance with DJ Troy Moon

You are cordially invited to attend the first-ever "Downton Avenue” Brunch!

On Saturday April 18th, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., the Senior Youth Group is hosting an elegant brunch as a fundraiser so they can all go to Ferry Beach. Please sign up with the Senior Youth Group ahead of time. If paid in advance tickets are $10-20 per person or $40 for a family; at the door tickets will be $15-25 per person or $45 for a family. Senior Youth will be serving a delicious four-course meal the includes coffee cake, a variety of crepes, quiche and sorbet. Vegan and gluten-free options will be available. There will be live music and performances by the Internationally Disregarded Puppetry Duo of Reed and Robyn.

CELEBRATE A GUEST AT YOUR TABLE!   The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee's Guest at Your Table program has begun and we hope that church families and individuals will create a container to have at their table to fill with coins and bills. There are also envelopes that you can use for bills or checks made out to UUSC. Be sure that your name and address are included on your container or envelope. Guest envelopes will be available for your use.

The program starts Sunday, March 29 and goes through April 19.  Fill your container for the next three weeks. No matter how much you give, you will make a difference in the lives of people around the world,

including the United States. The UUSC advances human rights and social justice around the world, partnering with those who confront unjust power structures and mobilizing to challenge oppressive policies. $20 supports advocacy tools for Restaurant Opportunities Centers Food Movement. $40 will contribute to a day of training on group dynamics and negotiation skills for Urban Alliance leaders of Kenya National Alliance of Street Vendors and Informal Traders. $60 supports the purchase of school supplies for two students through Rock Women's project with orphaned youths.

Fairy Houses! Gnome Homes! Elf Doors! Dish Gardens!

Put on your fun creativity hat and come make these on Sat., April 4 at 10am. We’ll make these for sale at the Blooms & Garden day on May 9—or to keep if you just can’t part with your creation!

What to bring?  We will supply some materials but bringing more would be helpful. Here’s a list:

• glue gun

• Toilet paper tubes, plastic bottles, small boxes and cardboard are all useful for forming a base for the fairy and gnome homes.

• Moss, lichen, small plants, birch bark, pebbles, and other natural materials for gardens or houses.

• Planters, even broken ones, for the dish gardens.

• Potting soil.

In the meantime, check out fairy gardens etc. on Pinterest for ideas.

Please note: Because we’ll be working with hot glue, this activity is not suitable for young children. Older ones with adult supervision would be fine.