A gathering of seniors (folks with a little more millage) that meets the first Wednesday of each month in the Fahs House from 10am to Noon. All seniors are welcome!“Sing to me of the man, Muse, the man of twists and turns, driven time and again off course…” So begins Homer’s epic, The Odyssey.Each of us has experienced our own unique life of “twists and turns” from which we have gathered insights into ourselves and the world about us. With an eye on the future, we enjoy sharing our experiences on past journeys with one another, to our mutual benefit. Some of us may be sure of today, with a good grasp of the future; others may have questions and uncertainties. Together, we share our thoughts, concerns and enthusiasm on life on the road ahead. Join us for lively conversation on thoughtful and relevant topics. Our goal is meaningful fellowship and there is always room for you at our table for a cup of coffee or tea and a cookie or three. Come! No reservations needed. Contact: Lee Hougen; email@example.com
Friday Night Family Fun Potluck:
This potluck dinner offers a relaxed, friendly time to meet and greet one another. Come for community, dinner, and fun for the whole family. 4th Friday of each month, 6:00pm, Sanctuary Hosted by the Membership Team and Leadership Team.
Men’s Breakfast Groups:
This informal gathering of men eat together every week. There are two different groups: West Side Thursday Mornings, 8:30am @ Southern Pancake House. Mid-Town Monday Morning, 8:30am @ Honey Butters Kitchen.
The Gayle Henion Creative Arts Group:
The art group has been meeting for about seven years. Gayle Henion and Jennifer Ryu organized it soon after Jennifer arrived at WUU. It began, and remains, an affinity group for adults interested in any of the creative arts. Those involved bring whatever project they wish (painting, knitting, embroidery, digital art, paper crafts, writing, etc.) to work in a congenial atmosphere with folks who share an interest in the creative arts. Each Monday (except some holidays), 10:00am-12noon, Fahs House Co-Leaders: Donna Stanford and Grace McArdle