Re-sharing a post from a couple years ago.
If you missed seeing these at Twinkle’s Place, these films are worth the trip to First Universalist of Rockland!!
THE GODDESS REMEMBERED: Film Series Monday, July 31, 6:00 to 8:00 pm The Goddess Remembered, the first of Canadian film maker Donna Read’s three acclaimed films on Women and Spirituality will be shown in the Sanctuary on Monday, July 31 at 6:00 pm. The hour-long film examines goddess-based pre-historic societies. Following the film there will be a pot-luck meal and discussion downstairs in the Griffith Room. All are welcome!
The second film in Read’s trilogy, The Burning Times, which addresses the witch hunts of the Middle Ages, will be shown on Wednesday, August 23.
Full Circle, which addresses the continuing popularity of contemporary women’s spirituality movements, will be shown on Wednesday, September 27.
Each hour-long film will begin at 6:00 pm and be followed by a pot-luck meal and discussion downstairs
View First Universalist of Rockland‘s Newsletter HERE
If you would like to see them at Twinkle’s Place, email TwinkleManning@gmail.com
Regardless of how we personally interpret or experience the Holy. Regardless of which individual causes we are most inspired to dedicate time to. Regardless of where we place our priorities on our day-to-day lives. When any among our human family are adrift in turbulent waters of life, spiritually or physically, we are each Called to form such a chain as this. Because we are each other’s saviors. That is why we are here together on this planet.
Sending love to our family of friends in Santa Barbara. Be safe.
The Central Maine Egg Festival has traditionally been a celebration of the brown egg industry and is held annually in July at Manson Park. Activities are held in and around the downtown area for the five days preceding the festival, with a parade and the Kiwanis Karnival held on Saturday. Local civic groups collaborate by participating to host events or as vendors in Manson Park. The Kiwanis Karnival is a highlight of the event. The week’s fun also includes an Early Bird Breakfast, cheesecake and quiche contest (judged by Pittsfield’s Town Councilors), a lively street dance, music in Hawthorne and Manson Park, craft fair, fireworks and parades. Be sure to look for the rainbow flag as Pittsfield’s own Rev. Scott Jones walks each year in solidarity in support of the LGBTQ community.
This may be the last official Egg Festival for Pittsfield as many residents are requesting the creation of a new theme for the entire July event. So be sure to visit Pittsfield this week to join in the festivities. And if you have any ideas about a fun theme that will appeal to the community and engage economic development, please contact one of Pittsfield’s Town Councilors. At THIS LINK
In the meantime, for more information about the Egg Festival: