36th Annual CarnivalSaturday, October 5, Noon-4:00 p.m. You are invited to The Island School’s family-friendly carnival and fundraiser. Come and enjoy live music, a used-book sale, great BBQ, and games for all ages! You’ll have a memorable afternoon of family fun, rain or shine. Free admission; cost for most activities and food.More information at https://theislandschool.org/events/the-island-school-carnival/.
Relationship Between Native and non-Native PeoplesSunday, August 25Noon-1:30 p.m.Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship4418 Perry Ave NE, Bremerton The recent shooting death of Stonechild Chiefstick has brought to the surface some of the difficult issues that have been part of the Native/non-Native relationship since settlement began. The history is full of trauma, misunderstanding, and false narratives. But
A Variety of Workshops and Inspirational Presentations Every year, GA gathers thousands of UUs from all over the country for an active and rewarding experience, and last month’s session in Spokane fulfilled that promise once again. The grand event was filled with opportunities for listening and learning in a rich offering of inspirational programs and
PRIDE FestivalJune 23 Penny Brewer, Mary Lou Teske, and Becky Walsh were among about a dozen volunteers in the Cedars Booth at the Bainbridge PRIDE Festival last Sunday. Betsy Minkoff reported that festival participation this year included four local churches, three more than the lone presence of Cedars in last year’s festival. We are pleased to see this event
Cedars Members at GA Members of Cedars pause for lunch out in Spokane while they are visiting for the General Assembly meeting. More news from the GA to come next week!