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Perpetually curious, this week’s guest speaker, Anne Marie Bellevance, will explore the art of sight through the following questions: Are we perceptually restricted by the expectation of what we will see? When does sight inspire emotion? How does intention guide our attention? Which comes first: insight or outsight?
Kwanzaa in Full Color
Who says kids can’t sew?! The African holiday of Kwanzaa is all about family, community, and the values of being a light in the world wherever we are planted. We will honor those near and far away who celebrate this holiday when our bin of colorful fabrics hits the floor for a party of–COLOR! All ages of children will get help cutting the squares that we’ll assemble into our own razzle-dazzle costumes with no-heat fuse tape on hand for the youngest among us. And if you thought you couldn’t learn an African language, the fun translation of “This Little Light of Mine” will change your mind! The left-over squares of fabric will become part of our “Peace Quilt.” Finally, decorate your new creation with all the bells and beads that you’ve got time to string!
Listen below to Rev. Linda’s interview on Nantucket NPR with Arlene O’Reilly
The February Newsletter is Now Available!
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