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Never Miss a Chance to Dance
May 1, 2022 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Pat McFarland, First Church member & avid MKE folk dancer.
Movement is medicine and dancing brings people together. Although COVID has spoiled many folk dance gatherings, we take every opportunity to dance; we adapt, we persist. Why? Joyfully, folk dancers encourage peace and intercultural harmony. Circle Dances and Dances of Universal Peace inspire meditative spirituality and ecological community. Dancing represents various sacred foundations and fosters goodwill between countries and within villages. While touring, we’ve built long-lasting friendships while celebrating at local festivals. There has been folk dancing at Unitarian Universalist Church West for decades where I often see familiar UUs—including Dena and Jean from our staff, Hank Kulesza and Phil Reykdal. Host: Ann Batiza
In-Person or Online at 10:00!
In-Person: Come to Max Otto Hall and watch the Forum projected on a large screen. Attendees will be able to ask questions.
Zoom – Watch from home via Zoom at this link https://bit.ly/UUForum You will be able to ask questions online as in the past.
YouTube – Watch the livestream at 10:00 or a later time at our YouTube channel You will not be able to ask questions.
For over 50 years, the Sunday Forum lecture series has showcased provocative, sometimes controversial, speakers discussing topical issues of the day: politics, the environment, health issues, the arts, education, and more. The Sunday Forum is held at 10:00 a.m. September through May. Speakers give a 45-minute presentation, followed by questions and brief comments from the audience. The content of Forum lectures does not necessarily express the viewpoint of First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee, but are meant to offer thoughtful topics which our members often pursue further on their own.