Collection for donations to the UUCTC rummage sale begins on Monday, April 24 and runs through May 7. The sale itself will be held on May 13. Please bring your items to the meditation room behind the library.
For those with gardens, please start thinning your perennials and make flats or pots to donate to the plant sale. Your contributions are the bulk of what we sell at the sale. If you have started seedlings please consider donating some to the sale. We have pots and flats in the playground area , if you need them. If you have pots to donate, please leave them in the playground area. Houseplants, woodland plants, sun and shade perennials, vegetables and herbs are all welcomed. Flats of annuals are also a welcomed donation. Please leave donations in playground area starting on Sunday, April 30 and have all donations at the church by Wed., May 3.
Please look at the signup sheet and consider volunteering to prepare for the sale or at the sale itself. We will start sorting , labeling and pricing on May 3. PLEASE LABEL ALL DONATIONS. Please invite friends, family, co-workers and neighbors!
email Lisa Pantea to sign up.
Our Spring Goodwill Clothing Drive wraps up on May 13th. As you sort out clothing no longer needed, consider turning them into "cash" for someone in need. For every bag of clothing collected and donated to Goodwill Industries, we receive money vouchers that we then distribute to local charities. The main collection day will be in May 13th but if you need to, you can bring your bags to the upper room of the Fellowship Hall before then. Be sure to label them "Goodwill." Please use the white 13 gallon kitchen bags, or something similar, which are easier for both you and us to carry. This is a clothing drive; no shoes, belts, hangers, or household items, please.
Questions: Sue McConville: email@example.com
It's almost Plant Sale time again! We'll be kicking things off with a seed planting party on April 2nd in the playground area after church (11:45 a.m.) . Bring your seeds, gardening gloves, and wear appropriate gardening clothes.
The Plant Sale itself will take place on May 6. Exact time is still to be determined. If you have plants to donate for plant sale, donation forms will be available later. Please consider digging up or splitting your plants for donations. Pots will be available soon.
With the changing weather, our annual Goodwill Clothing Drive is rapidly approaching. As you sort out clothing no longer needed, consider turning them into cash for someone in need.
For every bag of clothing collected and donated to Goodwill Industries, we receive money vouchers that we then distribute to local charities. Recipients of the vouchers can then use them just like cash to purchase clothing at Goodwill.
The main collection day will be in early June, but if you need to, you can bring your bags to the upper room of the Fellowship Hall before then. Be sure to label them "Goodwill." Please use the white 13 gallon kitchen bags, or something similar, which are easier for both you and us to carry. This is a clothing drive; no shoes, belts, hangers, or household items are accepted.
Join others from the Greater Lafayette Area for the Spring 2017 community read of psychologist Beverly Daniel Tatum's "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria: And Other Conversations About Race." Explore definitions, develop a deeper understanding of the white context, and look at what it means to move beyond white & black and understand the goodness of racial identity.
Reading will be held at Unitarian Universalist Church in Room 102 on four Thursdays in March from 6:00 to 7:30 pm, hosted by Kirsten Reynolds, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A concluding event including supper will be held on Saturday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m. in the meeting hall at Congress Street United Methodist Church, 2010 Congress St., Lafayette.
We will meet at church and bus or carpool to Indianapolis. Contact Rae Shnapp (email@example.com) for details. Lunch will be provided. Wear GREEN in support of our forests.
Your state forests are for your enjoyment…habitat for Indiana’s amazing biodiversity…storers of carbon…eco-tourism assets that make Indiana great. They shouldn’t be logged to death!
Take the day off (it’s President’s Day), bring a sign, and show up to help send an unmistakable message to lawmakers: we value trees left standing!
The rally will take place in the South Atrium of the State House (indoors) and will feature a wide variety of speakers.
For more on the event, check out the Indiana Forest Alliance Facebook Event