Events not listed in Activity Brochure
When: Four Sundays, April 12, April 19, April 26, May 3 from 9:45a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (regular Sunday School time)
Location: Choir Room
Who: All children aged 6 and up
After singing together each of these four weeks, the Children’s Choir will sing in the Flower Communion service on May 10 (choir members may leave the 11 a.m. service after their piece early in the service). After May 10, all children will rejoin their regular Sunday school groups. Bruce works frequently with children as a staff member of the acclaimed Ragazzi Boys Chorus, in opera performances, and as a Teaching Artist in "Book to Bravo!", the San Francisco Opera Guild's program at Ohlone Elementary School in Palo Alto. Singers praise him for making singing together fun while helping them make beautiful music. The children who were in the group last fall had a great time, so if you love to sing, grab this chance! Any questions, e-mail Bruce at email@example.com.
When: Meetings are the third Thursday of each month
Location: UUCPA gardens
Whether you are an experienced gardener or would like to learn, please consider joining this new small group in which we will do the ongoing weeding, pruning and other garden work needed to keep the campus beautiful. And we’ll chat as we work. Bring gloves and hand tools such as weed diggers and pruners if you have them; the church has some too. Come and enjoy being outdoors together, messing around with plants and dirt, and creating beauty in the garden.
4th Sunday every month at 10:30 am
Location: Fireside Room, Main Hall, and Patio
Contacts: Edie Keating (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Join us for brunch (usually waffles, fruit salad, and hard boiled eggs) for a very reasonable donation. Brunch is usually set up on the patio (weather permitting). If you’re new or visiting, be our guest. We want you to stay for brunch, and we welcome new volunteers! Help is needed for Sunday food preparation 9:30-10:30am, and for cleanup after brunch. Contact Edie if you would like to join us in the kitchen.
The Fourth Friday of every month
Location: Fireside Room
Contact: Vanessa Warheit (vanessa-at-gmail-dot-com)
Films of Vision and Hope is a joint project of UUCPA’s Green Sanctuary Committee and Transition Palo Alto. The series is open to the public, and usually includes a film screening—often with filmmakers in attendance—with discussion afterwards. Topics include energy, transportation, livable cities, community organizing, sustainability, and housing, among others. Please join us, and bring a friend! Visit transitionpaloalto.org for more information.