To celebrate Trans Sunday
To celebrate Trans Sunday, a big shout-out to D. Steele who pulled off the greatest feat of organizational behavior in history IMHO: as president of First UU, he ran a congregational meeting on a cellphone from his car while in the midst of a move!
Wednesday at 6
Wild Ones Greater Cincinnati will hold their winter chapter meeting at the Civic Garden Center next door to First UU; Tom Borgman will present How to Design, Plant and Maintain Native Landscape. RSVP to CincinnatiWildOnes@gmail.com
Thursday at noon
AIR’s popular lunch and learn series will take place at Christ Church Cathedral, 318 E Fourth St. The topic will be an update on redistricting efforts; bring a lunch or buy one on-site.
Saturday at 9:30
You can participate in the UUCGC Meeting; for more information or the Zoom link, email email@example.com
Don’t forget next Sunday is electronics recycling day; start going through closets and cabinets to find that stuff that is junk to us, treasure to others…
Then at 3
Join SURJ Cincinnati for a virtual event: Smoke Signals, a 1998 coming-of-age film directed by Chris Eyre based on Sherman Alexie’s short story The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven (1993). The film won several awards and accolades, and was well received at numerous film festivals. While not the first film created by Native filmmakers, Smoke Signals is recognized as being the first feature-length film written, directed, and produced by Native Americans to reach a wide audience both in the US and abroad. This film is also notable for its cast of Native American actors and actresses, and was filmed on the Coeur d’Alene Indian Reservation in Idaho. Register here.