My Grandmother’s Hands Discussion Sunday, October 11, 18, November 1, 8, 22 from 12-1 pm
My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies by Resmaa Menakem. Discussion Group starting at the Meetinghouse this fall. Here’s a link to theJune 6, 2020 interview with Krista Tippitt on “On Being” NPR. https://onbeing.org/programs/resmaa-menakem-notice-the-rage-notice-the-silence/
The book is game changer in terms of our understanding of race issues in our country and how to heal them. So hopeful! In October and November, we’ll spend 5 sessions reading, discussing and doing together the breathing and other embodied practices that the author presents. It’s a great book! Since he was on NPR, copies of the book have sold out nationwide. We ordered 10 copies that have already arrived at the Meetinghouse. If You’d like to purchase a copy for $18,(bulk discount rate), contact Deb Diegoli at firstname.lastname@example.org. .
Upcoming discussion dates are Sundays, November 1, 8 and 22 from 12-1:15 pm.
“6-foot Serenade” Outdoor Coffee House Music
With Milkhouse Heaters
Saturday, October 3, 3-5 pm (Rain date 10/4)
Join us for our 2nd parking lot music event!
The Milkhouse Heaters, husband and wife duo Mike Sheehy on guitar and harmonica and Jan Sheehy on bass will perform. They have a vocal harmony style that has been compared to Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons. Almost all songs are original. They played their first gig in 2010 and since then have played with Billy Bragg and Fred Eaglesmith. The Milkhouse Heaters have two songs on the Shoulder to the Plough CD which was recorded live at the Rockingham, VT Meeting House
The music will be in the lower parking lot. (Park in upper lot if possible.)
Seating will be arranged for social distancing and masks are required
FREE event but donations for musicians are welcome. Refreshments available with proceeds to benefit the UU Meetinghouse..
Rain date Sunday 10/4, same time.