Camp Dates are August 13 – August 15, 2023
Plan now to attend our second annual “summer camp for adults” at First Unitarian. Please invite your friends to join us. As you can see from the brochure at this link, we have a variety of workshops and activities planned. Speakers from the wider community (including Eunice LaFate, Larry Lambert, Maggi McNutt, etc.) and members of our congregation will join us. The topics include spiritual practice, social justice, arts, personal growth, and entertainment. Please register in advance and also, on your registration, indicate if you are joining us for Sunday’s catered lunch or a Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday’s catered dinner.
Please register here by August 7 so we can plan for your participation. We really appreciate everyone registering for summer camp. This helps us order food and plan space for the workshops! However, we will NOT turn anyone away who wants to participate, so please come even if you didn’t get to register. We just may not have enough food for you, so bring something to eat!
Please note updates to our Camp Program (updated brochure at this link)
The program description has changed for Session Ej 102: How Keystone Native Plants Enhance Pollinators:
The Environmental Justice Task Force is pleased to have Maggi McNutt provide our community with a presentation on the importance of native plants to our ecosystems.
Maggie McNutt is an educator, Delaware Master Naturalist and Habitat Steward. She and her daughter, Leah Brooks, are avid native plant gardeners and founding members of the Pollineighbors of the Brandywine Hundred Library. In 2021, she launched the Delaware Nature Journal Club to bring nature lovers together once a month to explore, observe and document natural areas through sketching and writing.
HR103 Housing Alliance Delaware scheduled for Monday, 10:30-11:30 has been cancelled because the facilitator is no longer available.