All Sunnyhillers are to meet on the Church steps immediately following Saturday morning service. Spread the word!
If you need assistance moving out, John Marfy and his team of intrepid volunteers can help. Call him at (330) 289-5913.
Bridging from youth to young adults is scheduled for tonight, immediately following community vespers, on the First Church front lawn. The rain location is the science center atrium.
Help is needed setting up the transfiguration room at Wilder before 3:15. Class is there at 3:25. The students will be in the children’s talent show, then will have the Night Challenge. Dementors, werewolves, and death eaters, be ready then please.
Please check out by noon tomorrow. Take your key, in its original envelope, and your key card to CSIC. This office is accessed via the door at Stevenson in between the cafeteria doors. Let them know if you have lost either and check the lost and found while there.
All dishes can (and should) be returned to Stevenson or CSIC today.
The hymn sing that was rescheduled Monday will be today at 6:30 in the church worship center.
Rain spaces for outdoor workshops are: Duct Tape: Barnard Lounge Body Art: Barnard Lobby Art Space: Barnard Lobby Play With Me: Burton Lobby Note that there will be no workshops moved to the Science Center.
6:15 meet at the church worship center.
Happening NOW! Across from Stevie.
Oberlin UU Fellowship picture Friday after lunch–meet 1:15 outside Stevenson. Spread the word.
Kent group photo 9:45 am Saturday on church steps.
All good things must come to an end. Friday from 12:30 to 1:30 is the last chance to shop the SI bookstore for 2015 and purchase raffle tickets. Vendors please stop and pick up your items from 1:30 – 3:00 pm. The raffles will be drawn at vespers on Friday night.
World Café was a wonderful success! Some wonderful comments and suggestions were harvested. Your SIPC will be reviewing all your work and beginning the process of priortizing and considering how we can make SI even more wonderful for our growing community! We are enormously grateful to all the 85+ folks who took time to share their ideas and lovingly offer their suggestions. We are an evolving and growing community grounded in Love!
If you did some tie dying last year and forgot to take it home, it is now at the tie dye station.