May 242019
 
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Pride Potluck with VINE Sanctuary, Sunday June 23rd

Here at the Meetinghouse, 1-3 pm

Celebrate Pride month by enjoying a rainbow of plant-based food while learning how to grow a rainbow of your own. This free event is open to the public, and everyone is welcome whether or not they are vegan, LGBTQ, or bring a dish to share.

This year, in conjunction with the recent opening of the Free Seed Library at Springfield Town Library, VINE also will be helping participants to “grow the rainbow” by offering free seeds of vegetables that come in a rainbow of colors (such as radishes, carrots, lettuces, corn, and beans) to all attendees. We’ll also have a fact sheet on how to grow these vegetables in your garden.

This event is free and open to the public. As always, VINE volunteers will be making extra food, so everyone is welcome, whether or not they bring a dish to share.The only requirement is that any food brought to the potluck must be vegan, which means free from any animal products such as meat, dairy, or eggs. People who would like to try making a vegan dish but don’t know where to start can visit VegWeb.com or VegKitchen.com to search for recipes.


Launching the Meetinghouse Book Group, June 2, 11:45 – 12:30  

Come join us as we launch a book group.  We’ve read the book, “How to Change Your Mind” by Michael Pollan, had one session to talk about it, and some of us want to continue.  We’ve also talked about other books we might consider including Michelle Obama’s, “Becoming”, J.D. Vance’s, “Hillbilly Elegy” and more.  This fall we will participate in the Vermont Reads program, reading John Lewis’s, “March, Book 1” on the US Civil Rights Movement.  Come share ideas and help plan together the new Meetinghouse Book Group with Rev. Mellen Kennedy.

First Friday Film “Albatross,” June 7, 7 pm

The First Friday Film at the UU Meetinghouse on June 7th will be ALBATROSS by artist Chris Jordan. ALBATROSS is an award-winning work of art, a work of art with a message: we need to diminish our use and disposal of plastics. The film lasts about 1 1/2 hours and inspires a strong emotional response in the audience not just in favor of albatrosses but generally on the impact of our trash disposal vs reuse and recycling. .
Free admission and popcorn. Doors open at 6:45; film begins at 7 pm. Held at the Meetinghouse at 21 Fairground Road, Springfield, VT. All welcome.

Gentle Seva Yoga with Aimee Parnell,
Wednesday, June 12, 5:30 pm

Feel Good, Do good.  Gentle Seva Yoga, is led y Aimee Parnell every second Wednesday, 5:30-6:30 pm at the Meetinghouse.

Seva is the yogic principle of service to others.  Each month this free, gentle class raised funds or supplies to benefit a local cause. This class is suitable for all levels of experience and flexibility, including those who have limited mobility or who will remain seated during their practice.  A limited number of mats and props are provided. All are welcome.

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