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Open Book Discussion

The group meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 7:30 pm, usually at a member's house.   All are welcome as we discuss a broad range of fiction and non-fiction, classical and modern.


June 13 Olive the Lionheart: Lost Love, Imperial Spies, 
and One Woman's Journey into the Heart of Africa 
(Brad Ricca) 
Olive MacLeod is my favorite sort of woman from history—bold and unconventional, utterly unsinkable—and her story is so full of adventure and acts of courage, it’s 
hard to believe she actually lived. And yet she did! 
Brad Ricca has found a heroine for the ages, and written her 
tale with a winning combination of accuracy and imagination. 
— Paula McLain, author of Love and Ruin and The Paris 
From the Edgar-nominated author of the bestselling Mrs. Sherlock Holmes comes the true story of a woman's quest to Africa in the 1900s to find her missing fiancé,  and the adventure that ensues.—The Publisher
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Upcoming Selections:

July 11 and August 8 The 1619 Project :A New American Origin Story 
(Nicole Hannah Jones) The New York Times Magazine’s award-winning “1619 Project” issue reframed our understanding of 
American history by placing slavery and its continuing legacy 
at the center of our national narrative. This new book 
substantially expands on that work, weaving together eighteen 
essays that explore the legacy of slavery in present day America with thirtysix poems and works of fiction that 
illuminate key moments of oppression, struggle, and resistance
The essays show how the inheritance of 1619 reaches into 
every part of contemporary American society, from politics, 
music, diet, traffic, and citizenship to capitalism, religion, and 
our democracy itself.—The Publisher

Thank you for reading,

Kids 5 to 12 years old

Children aged five through twelve, who are fully vaccinated, are invited to attend the first part of the church service to hear "the story for all ages."  They will then leave to attend their UU Education classes, where everyone who is with them is fully vaccinated.

Buddhist Meditation

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Religious Education

Childcare for our youngest is available during services.

All children are welcome!   



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