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CALENDAR AND EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

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DECEMBER 1, 2017

"WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY?"

7:00pm

REVEREND BILLY HIMSELF WILL ATTEND! LIVE AND IN PERSON!

Please join us for this lively and entertaining film focusing on issues of commercialization of Christmas, materialism, over consumption in American culture. The film examines the economic and cultural effects of globalization and the business practices of large corporations as seen thought the prism of activist and performance artist Bill Talen ("Reverend Billy") and his troupe of activists. Sponsored by the Social Justice Committee. $5 suggested donation.

THE FAIR TRADE AND HANDMADE BAZAAR

The Hellenic Center

54 Park Avenue

Poughkeepsie, NY

Saturday, December 2, 11am to 5pm

Sunday, Decemeber 3, 11am to 3pm

Join us for the annual Dutchess County Interfaith Council's Fair Trade and Handmade Bazaar! It's the spiritual and ethical shopping experience of the season, an international martketplace with distinctive crafts, clothing, jewelry, food and live music. Saturday, December 2, from 11am to 5pm, and Sunday, December 3, from 11am to 3pm. Free admission! Sponsored by the Dutchess County Interfaith Council and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Poughkeepsie.

DECEMBER 2, 2017

7:30pm

"BIBLE FOLK"

A original play by Carol Elkins, with stories and music performed by a professional cast.

Intermission with refreshments. General Admission - $10 Students/Seniors $8

DECEMBER 3, 2017

3PM

BROADWAY BLOCKBUSTERS

The Helen Baldwin Singers

Mary Ann Osgood, director

Barbara Kendall, piano

A concert of Broadway favorites, featuring songs

like "Tale As Old As Time," from “Beauty and the Beast,”Tradition," from “Fiddler On The Roof,” "Sun And Moon," from “Miss Saigon, and "Do You Hear The People Sing," from “Les Miserables,” plus music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, includingThe “Phantom of

the Opera”!

Refreshments served.

General Admission - $10 Students/Seniors $8

SPEAKING OF BOOKS

The Fellowship's Non-fiction Book Group

First Mondays at 7pm in the

Conference Room

THE BRIDGE GAME

The Bridge Game started out as a class taught by member Nick Garin, which quickly evolved into a duplicate bridge game twice a month, on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, at 7pm.

The Game is competitive, but not overly strict with rules since there are players with quite different skill levels. There is still a teaching component, so anyone who wants to learn (or re-learn it if they grew up on Goren) and join in is welcome. There are delicious refreshments that seem to appear out of nowhere each time the Game meets, and the company is fantastic.

Contact Nick Garin

SECOND FRIDAY DRUMMING WITH HAWKLYN

7PM

Join us! We are quickly growing to be one of the largest drum circles/groups in Upstate NY! We will gather to drum, dance, rattle, & sing! All ages, all welcome, all one! No experience necessary and we have extra drum provided by Primal Percussion for use and for sale! See you there! $5.00. No experience necessary!

For information, contact Hawklyn by clicking here.

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