Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Recycling, But Were Afraid to Ask
Do you wonder what happens to the garbage and recyclable materials you put at your curb and what makes something recyclable? What are the key concerns and actions impacting recycling at the national level?
Join us on Monday, November 13th, 1-2:30pm, in the sanctuary for a presentation by Tom Franklin, Sarasota County Recycling Program Coordinator and our own Fran McPoland, VP of the Paper and Recycling Coalition based in Washington, DC.
The Power of Myth
UUCOV and VICA (Venice Interfaith Community Association) continue this Wednesday evening series, 7-9pm, in which Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers discuss “Power of Myth”; this is one of the most highly regarded series in the history of public television,
November 1 The First Storytellers: All of our culture's rituals have their roots in the myths of ancient hunters, who told stories and acted out rites to bring their lives into harmony with nature.
November 8 Love and the Goddess: From kama to agape to courtly romance, Campbell explores the mythology of love and the role of the female as the giver of life and form.
November 15 Masks of Eternity: All cultures create "masks" - names and images for God - to serve as metaphors for inexpressible transcendence, the being beyond all being and the idea beyond all thought.
Trans Remembrance Month
For 25 years, Unitarian Universalists have worked hard to make sure lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people are full members of our faith communities. This November we honor Trans Remembrance Month; see the details (below) in the Social Justice section.
Aston Gardens hosts a monthly UUCOV Adult Education Program; DRE Jaye Williams will lead the Tuesday, Nov. 28th discussion, 10-11am. UUCOVers and friends are welcome to join the sessions; they are held in the Ballroom, 1000 Aston Gardens Drive, Venice.