This Week at UU Bay de Noc

 

1 - Service 2 - Salvation Army 4 - Calendar

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5 - Summer Retreat

5a - UUUP Summer Retreat(Active link and more info below)

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Agenda for UUUP Summer fest August 6th and 7th

Saturday August 6

Noon – 3pm: Registration (Pavilion)

3:00-5:00: Family Games (Beach Area)

5pm: Dinner (Pavilion)

6pm – 10pm Music/Drum Circle/ Bonfire (Pavilion)

Sunday August 7

9am-10am: Sunday Morning Yoga (Beach Area)

10am-11am: Sunday Morning Zen Meditation (Beach Area)

11am – 12:00 Service (Pavilion)

12pm: PotLuck BBQ (Pavilion)

At Bewabic State Park
http://www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/details.aspx?id=411&type=SPRK

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UU  Book Club – Meeting & Discussion on this book will be in September or October

Jim Robbins argues that “trees and forests are the highest functioning members of ecological society.” His absorbing, eloquent and loving book, THE MAN WHO PLANTED TREES: Lost Groves, Champion Trees, and an Urgent Plan to Save the Planet, chronicles the adventures of a veritable Noah of the tree world, David Milarch, a Michigan nurseryman who, following a near-death experience, began a quest to locate and save genetic material from some of the oldest and healthiest specimens. Thus the Champion Tree Project was born, with a goal of cloning the champion of each of 826 species of trees in the United States. Not since 1997, when Julia Butterfly Hill climbed a 1,500-year-old redwood and lived in it for two years to spare it from loggers, has one person done more to save trees.

http://www.amazon.com/Man-Who-Planted-Trees-Science/dp/0812981294

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