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Sunday, October 26, 10:30 am
Rev. Margie Allen
The Rev. Margie Allen, minister with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook, uses Ovid’s story of the sculptor Pygmalion to talk about transformational processes and the fashioning of human beings.
Music provided by the UUSO Choir and Music Director Tim Horne
Sunday, November 2, 10:30 am
“What Is Religion?”
Prof. Sandy Huntington
Music provided by Dorothy & Michael Frye-Hunt
Rummage Sale 10/29-10/31!
Wednesday, 10/29: 12-6
Thursday, 10/30: 9-8
Friday, 10/31: 9-noon (10 cents per item!)
Day of the Dead Candlelight Dinners/Offsite–November 1
Saturday, November 8, from 7 to 9 pm
Taste 12 different wines paired with complementary appetizers and scrumptious desserts. (Sparkling cider for non-drinkers.)
Featuring Tim Horne and Michael Frye-Hunt on the piano. Free childcare in Olympia Brown House. Designated drivers available if desired. Advance Tickets: $30 per person ($15 for non-drinkers) or 2 for $50. (Call UUSO Office at 432-3491 to reserve.)