Our On-Going Activities
To learn more about any of these activities, call Barbara at 561-627-6105
The Men’s Group
Dates: First and Third Tuesdays, announced monthly Coordinator: Paul Ward email@example.com First Tuesday Dinner Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Place: a local restaurant
Third Tuesday Wisdom Circle Time: 7:00-8:30pm Place: Channing Room in the Emerson Building
This is a fellowship group for men– for conversations and congeniality–which meets periodically throughout the year. Meeting times and places vary, so check our website calendar.
Dates: Most Thursday evenings November – April
Dinner: 6:00-7:00 Ministers Hall Program 7:00pm-8:30pm Ministers Hall or Sanctuary
Adult Programs Co-chairs: Dick Hattwick firstname.lastname@example.org & Richard Palermo email@example.com
Combining food, fellowship, and education, these programs and classes are provided for members of our congregation and for the community at large. All programs are free. Leaders vary from week to week; most are from our congregation. If you come for the dinners as well, a contribution of $10 is requested. (Please call the church office for dinner reservations.) Come for just dinner — just the programs–or both!
First Friday Film Festival
Dates: First Fridays of each month Time: Potluck dinner at 6:00, Movie at 7:00 pm
Place: Ministers Hall Coordinator: Henry Gruen firstname.lastname@example.org
The film is chosen by the host and is projected onto our large, drop-down screen. Check our poster in Ministers Hall for the current film showing. There is a $6 charge for the dinner for those not contributing to the menu. There is no charge for the film. Come for just dinner — just the film -or both!
Dates: Second & Fourth Fridays Time: 6:00 – 8:00 Place: Ministers Hall
Leaders: Karen Wolin email@example.com and Henry Gruen firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Henry Gruen and Karen Wolin for an evening of fun and creativity. Painting and sketching supplies provided or bring your own.
Second Saturday Book Group
Dates: Second Saturdays -November through April Time: 10:00 am – noon
Leader: Dorie Maxwell email@example.com
Most of our selections are contemporary novels, complemented with a few classics and non-fiction. We enjoy broadening our awareness by reading books set in various parts of the world. This year we are honoring the centennial of the Pulitzer Prizes by reading several of their fiction winners from earlier years, as well as the 2016 winner. Both members and friends of 1st UUPB are welcome to these discussions. Come for one or for all. If interested, contact Dorie for a list of this year’s readings.
November 12 The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings — 1939 Pulitzer Fiction winner. Author lived in Hawthorne, FL — in central Florida
December 10 Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston —1937. Author lived in Eatonville, FL — in central Florida — about 2 hrs from Rawlings
February 11 The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien —1991 Pulitzer Fiction finalist. Deals with the Vietnam War
March 11 The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen — 2016 Pulitzer Fiction winner. Deals with the Vietnam War
April 8 LaRose by Louise Erdrich — 2016