Ellen Elizabeth Salsbury Ellen Elizabeth Salsbury, informally known as LN Shapely, an active friend of Cedars in the early 2000’s, passed away last week in New Bern, North Carolina. She was a free spirit, mother of Chelsea, and the author of her own obituary. Ellen Elizabeth Salsbury Ellen’s daughter, Chelsea, has asked us to share her
June 11:00 p.m.Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Bainbridge Pride is organizing and hosting the premier panel in Puget Sound to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and a half-century of LGBTQ liberation. The event is free and will be held this Saturday at BIMA. Officially, the event is Stonewall 2 Bainbridge–Five Decades of the Pride
What is This Thing Called Race?Monday mornings, June 3, 17, and 24 at 9:30 a.m.The Senior Center dining room370 Brien DriveBainbridge Island Join us for a three-session video and discussion program facilitated by Margaret Cole and Barbara Golden.
Wednesday, June 12Suquamish CC Church For those of you lucky enough to have known Ron, you know that his life was about Love, Family, Justice, Music, and lots of Storytelling. To celebrate, his wife, Suzanne DuPont, has asked his last three singing groups to come and sing his life for all assembled. Our own Cedars Choir, The Awesome
Sunday, June 210:00 a.m.The Island School Jan Forrest, Guest SpeakerGregory Cook, Worship Associate The question of how Jesus became God isn’t just an obscure theological point. It may be the most significant historical question in all of Western Civilization. How did a rather obscure Jewish preacher of Aramaic-speaking peasants from Galilee become worshiped around the