December 2018

CLASSES  in December will include a focus on the UUSC service project “Guest at your Table”.  We’ll also discuss mystery, have some holiday crafting fun, and then say good bye to 2018 in our pajamas.

December 2 – A People of Mystery
December 9 – Holiday Crafting
December 16 – Holiday Crafting
December 23 – A People of Mystery
December 30 – Pajamas and hot chocolate

DECEMBER FAMILY FUN (FOR EVERYONE!) MAYOR’S SPIRIT OF THE HOLIDAYS LIGHTED PARADE – Don’t miss the parade – our Holiday Family Fun event on Friday, December 7 from about 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to participate. We’ll supply LED candles to hold for those riding on the float and for those walking alongside. Lights are important so go ahead and adorn yourself with battery operated lights! We’ll start lining up in the mall parking lot at 5:15 p.m. The parade begins at 5:30 pm, on Poyntz Avenue, travels through downtown Manhattan, and ends at City Park. After the parade, gather in Aggieville’s Triangle Park for the annual tree-lighting ceremony. Contact Molly McGaughey for last minute details: 785-341-9960.

OUR WHOLE LIVES – Our Whole Lives (OWL) classes will be held mid-January through mid-March. OWL is a respected UU sexual education program. Children learn in an accurate and age appropriate way about human development, relationships, personal skills, sexual behavior, sexual health, and society and culture. The core values are self worth, sexual health, responsibility, and justice, and inclusivity. We expect to offer the 4th through 6th grade curriculum. It all depends on interest and class numbers. If you have children within those age ranges and would like to enroll them in OWL, or if you simply have questions about the OWL program, contact Sandy Nelson at dre@uufm.net as soon as possible. Also, there’s a lot of great information at: http://www.uua.org/re/owl.

PARENT NIGHT OUT (Kid Night In) – Friday, December 14 – 6:30-9:30 p.m.
This special Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) is for children from 3 years old – 6th grade PLUS younger kids December only! We watch a movie, have some popcorn, and games and art projects are available. A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Dinner is not served at Parent Night Out. Please be sure your kids are fed before arriving. REMEMBER: THIS IS AN RSVP EVENT AND SPACE IS LIMITED. Please RSVP to dre@uufm.net ASAP but no later than Thursday, December 13.

Remember: all children must be registered for the 2018-2019 year and registration forms are available on the RE bulletin board at the end of the hallway as well as online at:  2018-19 Registration Form

See you soon,

Sandy Nelson

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November 2018

CLASSES – Students continue to enjoy explorations of Unitarian Universalism and our seven principles.  A big thank you to all the folks we’ve had in the classrooms so far this fall… Molly McGaughey, Matt Sayre, Austin Roberts, Christie Launius, Susan Rensing, Carrie Cave, and Lily Colburn. Having all these new faces allows our students to interact with UUFM adults in a whole new way.  (And the adults are enjoying a new perspective as well!)

November signals the start of the UUSC “Guest at Your Table” program. Watch for more information about this important fund raising project.

OUR WHOLE LIVES – We’re in the beginning stages of planning the winter Our Whole Lives (OWL) classes for 5th-6th graders (mid-January through mid-March).  If you have children in those age ranges and would like to enroll them in OWL, or if you simply have questions about the OWL program, please contact Sandy Nelson at dre@uufm.net. Also, there’s a lot of great information at: http://www.uua.org/re/owl.

Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) – Friday, November 2 – 6:30-9:30 p.m.
This special Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) is for children from 3 years old – 6th grade PLUS younger kids November only! We watch a movie, have some popcorn, and games and art projects are available. A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Dinner is not served at Parent Night Out. Please be sure your kids are fed before arriving. REMEMBER: THIS IS AN RSVP EVENT AND SPACE IS LIMITED. Please RSVP to dre@uufm.net ASAP but no later than Thursday, November 1.

Family Fun for Everyone – Sunday, November 25
Join us all for the Stone Soup luncheon. (Kids will be making stone soup in class.)

Teen Lunch – Sunday, November 25
Teens (7th grade and up) are invited to gather with the rest of the congregation for lunch in November after the service at the Stone Soup luncheon.

Remember: all children must be registered for the 2018-2019 year and registration forms are available on the RE bulletin board at the end of the hallway as well as online at:  2018-19 Registration Form

See you soon,

Sandy Nelson

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October 2018

We have officially begun our school year programming. We started in early September with a “Safety Day” where students learned what to do in case of fire, tornado, etc. (It was fun to discharge an old fire extinguisher in the parking lot.)

Now we’re on to our age-divided classes. 7th-12th grades meet with Molly in the Jupiter room (it’s a big group and they need the space). The “7-up class” is exploring the UUA Neighboring Faiths curriculum. They’ll be having deep faith formation discussions along with monthly field trips to other houses of worship.

Babies and toddlers are the center of the universe so the Nursery is our Sun room. We’re still trying to hire a couple of folk to be nursery attendants (or classroom helpers) so if you know anyone who might be interested please ask them to contact me. Maybe a student at the university?

The PreK and Kindergarten group “PreK & K” meets in the Alsop room at the round table (recently refurbished by Dan Swenson!). They’re using the UUA curriculum, “Chalice Children” which aims to get students comfortable with the fellowship through stories, activities, and the seven principles. Teachers in that class will rotate between Carrie Cave, Susan Rensing, and Christie Launius.

1st-3rd graders meet in the Mercury room also with rotating teachers. So far we have Matt Sayre, Lily Colburn, and myself on tap… anybody else interested in an occasional Sunday? Maybe just subbing in once between now and Christmas? First quarter is all about Unitarian Universalism and they use a great picture book curriculum aptly titled “Picture Book Unitarian Universalism.”

The 4th-6th graders meet in the Neptune room. They also start the year with Unitarian Universalism and have rotating teachers. They’ll explore faith formation using the “Lodestone” curriculum and the “Spirit of Adventure” curriculum. Both of those have some incredibly fun activities perfect for this rambunctious age group (the Mentos and Coke lesson is wonderful!).

Remember: all children must be registered for the 2018-2019 year and registration forms are available on the RE bulletin board at the end of the hallway as well as online at: http://form.jotform.us/form/51486475507160.

 

Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) – Friday, October 7 – 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) is for children from 3-years-old to 6th grade (who can toilet on their own with minimal assistance). We watch a movie, have some popcorn, and games and art projects are available. A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Dinner is not served at Parent Night Out. Please be sure your kids are fed before arriving. REMEMBER: THIS IS AN RSVP EVENT AND SPACE IS LIMITED. Please RSVP no later than Thursday, October 6.

 

Trunk or Treat Family Fun for Everyone – Sunday, October 28 – 12:15 p.m. (ish)

Coffee time moves to the lower parking lot on the 28th and everyone is encouraged to decorate their car trunks and distribute Halloween trinkets to the kids. We’ll have prizes for costumes and prizes for trunk decorations (which are always FANTASTIC!). There will be pizza! (BYOB)

See you soon,

Sandy Nelson

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September 2018

THANKS
What a huge, fun summer we had. We “traveled” to Washington DC, Peru, Tanzania, Haiti, Italy, and Cuba. We took tours of fly fishing, waffle irons, the Brothers Grimm, water and had a pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago. And we went on two actual field trips: a canoe trip to Pillsbury Crossing and a fishing trip to Rocky Ford.

Many, many thanks to all our summer tour guides: Dan Swenson, Doug Walter, and Larry Weaver (Pillsbury Crossing); Sandy Nelson (Waffle Iron and Water); Deirdre Greeley, Carrie and Lauren Cave (Washington DC); Rob and Sam Delong (fly fishing and Rocky Ford); Rev. Jonalu Johnstone (pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago); Enell Foerster (Peru); Elke Lorenz (Brothers Grimm); Carol Sevin (Tanzania); Maeve and Kathleen Tanona (Haiti); Scott Tanona (Italy); and Carolyn Kelly (Cuba). Your enthusiasm and participation in the religious education program is much appreciated.

We finish out the summer with a quiet welcome home session on September 2, an all-class kick off on September 9 (with ice cream for everyone after the service), and then a “service for all ages” with music during the September Musicale on September 16 (we’ll have quiet activities in the Jupiter room for those who prefer to listen to the music from afar).

FALL AND BEYOND
For the past few years I’ve been ruminating about how we “bridge” our youth from RE classes to the adult services. Turns out, I’m not alone. While attending UUA General Assembly I attended several workshops where that was a hot topic. (If you’re interested as well, let me know. I’d love to bend your ear about it.) An idea that has surfaced, as Jonalu and I have been talking, is to simply have more services that include EVERYONE. Jonalu has named them “service for all ages” and we’ll have them once a month (if anyone would like to help me make “busy bags” for the sanctuary, let me know). The rest of the month, for the elementary classes, we’ll continue to use themes as well as our quarter system with Unitarian Universalism, Jewish and Christian Heritage, World Religions, and our summer program in the fourth quarter.

The teens (7th-12th grade) will be adapting the Neighboring Faiths curriculum to include more UU comparison components along with their field trips to other houses of worship. Older teens, especially those who have already been through the Neighboring Faiths curriculum, are encouraged to help with RE classes. (One of those bridging topics is the notion that the more youth are included in the workings of the church, the more likely they are to remain a UU.)

I’m really looking forward to this year!

Sandy Nelson

PNO: Sept 7

WE’RE BACK!! PARENT NIGHT OUT/KID NIGHT IN SEPTEMBER 7
Our next Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) gathers on Friday, September 7, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, at the Fellowship. Parent Night Out is designed for children from 3 to 12 years old who can toilet on their own with minimal assistance. We watch a movie, have some popcorn, and games and art projects are available.  A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Supper is NOT served at Parent Night Out so please be sure your kids are fed before arriving. This is an RSVP event and space is limited. Please RSVP to Sandy Nelson at DRE@uufm.net no later than Thursday, September 6, so that supplies and volunteers can be gathered.

2018-19 Registration Form

See you soon,

Sandy Nelson

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August 2018

WORLD TRAVELERS
We head south of the border in August with trips to Haiti and Cuba. Come join the fun!

3RD SUNDAY TEEN LUNCH
Teen Lunch starts up again August 19. All teens (7th grade and up) are invited to gather for lunch (usually pizza) after the service, on the third Sunday of each month. Bring a friend in August! Learn more from Sandy at 341-0135 or dre@uufm.net.

LOOKING FOR TEACHERS
To keep the education program running smoothly, we need about a dozen folks to help as classroom leaders. Class plans are provided. Older teens are encouraged to offer their time as well as adults. (High School volunteer hours will be given.) With 12 helpers, the commitment is only two Sundays per year. Please consider this important role. Learn more from Sandy at 341-0135 or dre@uufm.net.

FAMILY FUN
On Saturday, August 25 kids AND their adult caregivers are invited to the Manhattan Public Library at 10:00am for a Family Yoga class led by our friends at First Congregational Church. Storytime at the library will follow at 11:00am.

PARENT NIGHT OUT/KID NIGHT IN RESUMES SEPTEMBER 7
We’re taking a break over the summer. Our next Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) gathers on Friday, September 7. Learn more from Sandy at 341-0135 or dre@uufm.net.

2018-19 Registration Form

See you soon,

Sandy Nelson

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June 2018

SCHOOL YEAR ENDS / SUMMER BEGINS –

Many thanks to EVERYONE for making the 2017-2018 RE program so successful.  My thanks go out once again to all our volunteers and mentors.

School year teachers: Molly McGaughey (7-12 grade and teen OWL); Scott Tanona, Austin Roberts, Kim Martinson, Eli Martinson (4-6 grade); Michelle Hill (1-3 grade); Sandy Nelson (PreK-Kindergarten); and then there were those who led multiple grades: Katherine Colburn, Carolyn Ferguson, Katie Kingery-Page, Lindsay Smith, Dan & Kathy Swenson. Ashley Mitchell was our primary nursery attendant, but she was helped by Kathleen Oldfather, Ellen Meyer, Carrie & Austin Roberts, Katherine Colburn, Jen Campbell, Sylvia Beeman, and Elke Lorenz.  Christopher Renner and Sandy Nelson led OWL K-1 with occasional help from Courtney Albin, and Jen Campbell and Molly McGaughey led OWL 7-9 with occasional help from Matt Campbell and Tai Amri Spann-Wilson (from First Congregational Church). You’ll notice Katherine’s name popped up a few times. I’ll admit that I probably played the “I’m your mother” card a little too often when looking for someone to cover a class, but she was always willing and did such a good job. I’ll miss her dearly next year.

Summer World Traveler Tour Guides for 2017:  Billy Mitchell (disc golf), Mark Clarke (International space station), Dan Swenson and Larry Weaver (canoeing), Lily Colburn (New York), Susan Adamchak (maps), Molly & Nick McGaughey (St Louis), Katherine Colburn (backpacking), Katie Kingery-Page (Italy), Jen Campbell (Wooly Bee Farm), Enell Foerster (Essential Oils), Jonalu Johnstone (England).

An extra thank you goes to the entire fellowship for donating to food drives and sock drives, coming to family fun events like Pride and potlucks, and bringing kids to, or helping at, Parent Night Out/Kid Night In. Your participation in the program is what makes everything worthwhile.

A special thanks to Larry Weaver who, one Sunday, thought I wasn’t in attendance and automatically exited with the kids and put together an entire lesson plan in the time it took to walk down the hallway. To be honest, I think he was relieved to see me in the classroom once he arrived, but I get tears in my eyes even now as I type and think about how dedicated he is to the RE program.

 

UU WORLD TRAVELERS IS HERE!

Our summer program begins in June which means all students meet together for class where guest “tour guides” from within the congregation lead students on all kinds of adventures. We’ll make our own tie-dyed t-shirts, canoe at Pillsbury Crossing, go fishing, “visit” Washington DC, and more!

Do you have a passion you’d like to share? There are still slots open and we’d love to have you join us for a morning. Do you cook? Have you been on a cruise? Do you love to quilt? knit? sing? Contact Sandy Nelson at DRE@uufm.net for details on the summer program.

June 3: Bon Voyage – We’ll have a party during class, decorating cupcakes and we’ll tie-dye T-shirts. Tell us you T-shirt size on this form: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AqPHT3b8ndkFetOHo_9HiZHaLneWAvt55UtrSeIdrSI/edit?usp=sharing

June 10: Canoe at Pillsbury Crossing – We leave at 10:30 a.m. from the Fellowship, but there will be activities at the Fellowship for children who prefer not to go on the field trip. Children 5 and under are welcome to canoe, but must have a parent accompany them (and possibly drive with the appropriate car seats).  If you have your own life jacket (PFD), please bring it. Frequently, a small group camps in the back yard of the fellowship on Saturday night. If your family is interested in camping, please let me know. All children attending the canoe trip MUST be registered in the RE program AND have a permission form on file prior to leaving. Find the forms here:

2018-19 Registration Form

Permission form for Pillsbury Crossing  (PDF to print and sign. Also available at the Fellowship.)

 

PARENT NIGHT OUT/KID NIGHT IN  June 1, 6:30-9:30

Our next Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) gathers on Friday, June 1, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, at the Fellowship. Parent Night Out is designed for children from 3 to 12 years old who can toilet on their own with minimal assistance. We watch a movie, have some popcorn, and games and art projects are available.  A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Supper is NOT served at Parent Night Out so please be sure your kids are fed before arriving. This is an RSVP event and space is limited. Please RSVP to Sandy Nelson at DRE@uufm.net no later than Thursday, May 31, so that supplies and volunteers can be gathered.

See you soon,

Sandy Nelson

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May 2018

CREATIVITY / SCHOOL YEAR ENDS / SUMMER BEGINS –

In May, we celebrate creativity. We often think of creativity as connected to the arts, and indeed, self-expression is an important role for creativity. In addition, creativity can be an important part of problem solving. Children solve problems through play. Young children are naturals at solving problems by being fluid, playful and creative. Older children begin to lose their willingness to try things and make mistakes, some say because of our educational system which emphasizes correct answers. We, in Unitarian Universalist religious education, value creativity as part of our theology. We do not know the answers to life’s questions and prefer to keep it that way. Our theology values thinking, wondering, and skepticism as well as imagination, fluidity, and awe – all qualities of creativity.

May 6 and 13 Katie Kingery-Page and Lindsay Smith will encourage students to problem solve as they lead a creative session on outdoor printmaking. On May 20 the teens reflect on their semester of problem solving as they lead the regular program, touching on their curriculum from UUA, Virtue Ethics. Then, as the school year comes to an end we’ll wrap up school-year classes with a creative gathering of all classes on May 27.

And then we’re off to summer and the UU World Travelers program. Once again our RE students travel around the world, learning new skills along the way, without ever leaving Kansas. Every week a new host from the Fellowship takes them on a “tour” of a far-away place, new skill, imaginary or real life destination. On tap so far is learning how to fish, an overnight backyard camping trip, canoeing (an annual favorite), and possibly learning how to use a riding lawn mower (I see races in our future). Who could pass up any of that fun stuff?!

Do you have a passion you’d like to share? There are still slots open and we’d love to have you join us for a morning. Do you cook? Have you been on a cruise? Do you love to quilt? knit? sing? Contact Sandy Nelson at DRE@uufm.net for details on the summer program.

PARENT NIGHT OUT/KID NIGHT IN –
The May Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) is cancelled because Sandy will be out of town (visiting her new granddaughter!). We’ll gather next on Friday, June 1.

FAMILY FUN
We’re gathering for a fellowship-wide Memorial Day picnic on Saturday, May 26.  We’ll meet in Long’s Park, at about 5:30 pm.  Burgers, hot dogs, and (limited) beverages will be provided, as well as bubbles, hula hoops, and water fun!  Let Sandy know if you’d like a veggie burger.  Bring a dish to share, or dinner for yourself, or just come eat a burger.

OUR WHOLE LIVES (OWL)
Our Whole Lives is over for our 7th-9th grade group. Thank you for respecting their class time by not passing through the Jupiter room. If your family would like to participate in future OWL courses, please contact Sandy at dre@uufm.net.

See you soon,

Sandy

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April 2018

APRIL FAMILY FUN –

Sunday, April 1 – Easter

Join us following the Sunday morning service on April 1, for the Fellowship’s annual Easter Potluck Brunch, and Easter Egg Hunt. Kids are invited to eat first and then gather in the Jupiter room for the start of egg hunting at about 12:15. If you’ve never seen the egg hunt – we do things a little different. The hunt is not a free-for-all egg grab. Instead, we hide a SET of 6 eggs for each child. Each different colored plastic egg has a letter sticker on it and kids hunt for the secret word (SPRING) and all six colors. Once they’ve found their six eggs they exchange them for a wide selection of fun Easter trinkets. Each age group has a specific area in which to search. Older kids have to really hunt for their eggs all the way up the hill. Younger kids have an easier time of it around the flat areas. Teens are encouraged to assist the younger children. It’s always fun and no one goes home disappointed.

 

PARENT NIGHT OUT/KID NIGHT IN –

Our next Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) gathers on Friday, April 6, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, at the Fellowship. Parent Night Out is designed for children from 3 to 12 years old who can toilet on their own with minimal assistance. We watch a movie, have some popcorn, and games and art projects are available.  A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Supper is NOT served at Parent Night Out so please be sure your kids are fed before arriving. This is an RSVP event and space is limited. Please RSVP no later than Thursday, April 5, so that supplies and volunteers can be gathered.

 

SUMMER PLANNING –

It’s coming! It’s coming! The summer program is coming! Once again our RE students will travel around the world, learning new skills along the way, without ever leaving Kansas. Every week a new host from the Fellowship will take them on a “tour” of a far-away place, new skill, imaginary or real life destination. UUFM World Travelers are looking for you. Our students would love to visit with you on a Sunday morning and learn all about one of your passions. Do you enjoy bird watching? Share your passion! Do you love to cook? Share your passion! Have you been on a cruise? Share the adventure with our children! A sampling of past “journeys” include: a trip through the Milky Way Galaxy, a search through the Amazon, a journey to Laos complete with Laos “bingo” as a learning tool, exploration of cave art, the world of bees, a tour of PIZZA! We’ve even been to the International Space Station! Got a seed of an idea? Tell me and together we’ll turn it into a whole program. It’s easy–just ask a few of the folks who have done it in the past: Tom and Monta Manney, Dick Beeman, Larry Weaver, Ken Embers, Charley Kempthorne, Sylvia Beeman, Mark Clarke, Brice Hobrock, Scott Tanona, Lily Colburn, Matt Campbell, Susan Adamchak … Let’s add your name to the list! If you’d like to host a “tour” or just help out as an extra adult in the room, please let me know. We have lots of slots to fill and always welcome volunteers.

 

OUR WHOLE LIVES (OWL)

Our Whole Lives is over for our K-2 kids but continues through April for the 7th-9th grade group. If your family would like to participate in future OWL courses, please contact Sandy at dre@uufm.net.

See you soon,

Sandy

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March 2018

OUR WHOLE LIVES (OWL)

Our Whole Lives is in full swing. OWL 7-9 started in January and the group of 13 teenagers is very lively and engaged. They meet in the Jupiter room every Sunday from 12:30-3:00. Thanks for giving them their privacy and using a different door to exit the building. OWL K-2 starts February 3 and then runs every Sunday from about 12:30-1:30, until March 11. If your family would like to participate in future OWL course, please contact Sandy at 341-0135 or dre@uufm.net.

PARENT NIGHT OUT/KID NIGHT IN

Our next Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) gathers on Friday, March 2, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, at the Fellowship. Parent Night Out is designed for children from 3 to 12 years old who can toilet on their own with minimal assistance. We watch a movie and have some popcorn. Games and art projects are available.  A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Dinner is NOT served at Parent Night Out. Please be sure your children are fed before arriving. This is an RSVP event and space is limited. Please RSVP no later than Thursday, March 1, so that Sandy can gather supplies and make plans.

COMING UP

We get a treat in March. The Swensons are leading classes for a few weeks and helping our youngest members build birdhouses!

See you soon,

Sandy

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February 2018

 

ImmigrāshCON – February 9-11, 2018 (A youth CONference for students in 7th-12th grades)

An opportunity for both a fun and educational experience. The theme is based around the modern issues surrounding American migrants and our current government administration’s push to end immigration into the U.S. Unitarian Universalist youth will learn about current struggles of immigrants and our call to action. There will be activities both educational and fun, including: guest speakers, videos surrounding immigration, workshops such as baking and yoga, touch groups, and a variety show.

$45 per youth. Partial Scholarships are available through UUFM. Register online at https://onrealm.org/smuuchurch/PublicRegistrations/Event?linkString=MDE2YmQ4MTktYzNlOS00MDIwLWE4OTctYTg0NzAwYjVhMDU2

Sponsored by Kansas UU Youth Cluster in collaboration with Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church (SMUUCh), 9400 Pflumm Rd., Lenexa, KS 66215. Contact Sandy Nelson at UUFM for more information.

OUR WHOLE LIVES (OWL)

Our Whole Lives is in full swing. OWL 7-9 started in January and the group of 13 teenagers is very lively and engaged. They meet in the Jupiter room every Sunday from 12:30-3:00. Thanks for giving them their privacy and using a different door to exit the building. OWL K-2 starts February 3 and then runs every Sunday from about 12:30-1:30, until March 11. If your family would like to participate in future OWL course, please contact Sandy at 341-0135 or dre@uufm.net.

PARENT NIGHT OUT/KID NIGHT IN

Our next Parent Night Out (Kid Night In) gathers on Friday, February 2, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, at the Fellowship. Parent Night Out is designed for children from 3 to 12 years old who can toilet on their own with minimal assistance. We watch a movie and have some popcorn. Games and art projects are available.  A $5 per child contribution helps us cover expenses. Dinner is NOT served at Parent Night Out. Please be sure your children are fed before arriving. This is an RSVP event and space is limited. Please RSVP no later than Thursday, February 1, so that Sandy can gather supplies and make plans.

COMING UP

We get a treat in March. The Swensons are leading classes for a few weeks and helping our youngest members build birdhouses!

See you soon,

Sandy

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