Join UU friends for
Films On The Lawn at Sunnylands for the musical - Mama Mia. Bring your
lawn chair, blanket, picnic & enjoy a music filled evening outdoors.
Please email or text Sheryl Eaton your intention to attend & we
will come up with a plan for viewing together.
Film Through a Cultural Lens
This will be a fun interactive discussion group focusing on films made by diverse film
makers. Films, selected by the facilitator, will address a range of
cultural and social themes. Limited to 8 participants to encourage rich
discussion. Participants will view the film on their own prior to each
meeting and be ready to share their thoughts. Films will be available on
either Netflix or Amazon Prime and range in price from free to $5.
Films to be discussed include: Indian Horse (2017), El Norte (1983), The Florida Project (2017), Do the Right Thing (1989), The Joy Luck Club (1993)
Book Discussion of An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States by Rozanne Dunbar-Ortiz
October 11 from 10-11:30 am on Zoom
Join us on Indigenous People's Day,
previously known as Columbus Day, to honor the culture of the original
habitants of our country. We have chosen this book to bring about
awareness of the 400 years of colonial oppression at the hands of
Lead by: Barb Storms
Script2Stage2Screen is a performing arts project of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Desert.