HORNELL ALFRED UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY
January – February 2018
HAUUS meets at 10:30 AM the second and fourth Sunday of the month at 198 Main Street in Hornell NY unless otherwise noted below. All are welcome. For more information call (607)698-4508, (607)382-6348 or visit our blog at HAUUS.org.
January 14 – Separate But Equal: Still an Oxymoron; Putting Pink and Blue Where They Belong: In a Museum. Activist and writer Lee Marcus will explore with us the many ways our culture inculcates hierarchical values into children, starting with gender, and starting even before birth. Her talk will be based on her book Hearts Afire – The Story of Moonwhistle School.
January 28 – Bullet Journaling is hailed as a simple and creative way to track your life. There are thousands of topics that one can include in this kind of journal, all with nothing more than a pen and a blank notebook. It can be personalized to be anything from a date book, sketch book, a memory keeper, or even all three at once! There will be a real version to look at and ask questions about. So come and discover what bullet journaling is all about. You never know, even you may get caught up in the creativity! Stephanie Radcliff will facilitate this talk.
February 11 — A Critical Reading of Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver, A Unitarian Universalist Perspective, based on essays by David G. Markham. It is not necessary that you read the book but you may consider reading or rereading it after the program. Sharon Saker will facilitate our discussion.
February 25 – Disaster Response in Puerto Rico – Red Cross volunteer and peace activist Winnie Romeril will share her experiences with hurricane disaster relief in Puerto Rico.
News and Notes
Peace, Compassion and Love silent vigil – 10-10:30 before HAUUS Meetings outside 198 Main. Bring a sign if you have one
Please remember to bring canned and non-perishable food items to HAUUS for donation to various food pantries in the area.
Visit our blog at HAUUS.org
“We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced.” – Malala Yousafzai