This Week

Monday, November 13

Noon - French Table

7pm - LGBT Democrats Community Discussion on Guns


Tuesday, November 14

7pm - Michael Parker, "Everything, Then and Since"


Wednesday, November 15

7pm - Wess Daniels, "A Convergent Model of Renewal: Remixing the Quaker Tradition in a Participatory Culture"


Thursday, November 16

7pm - Bruce Beasley, "All Soul Parts Returned (American Poets Continuum)"


Friday, November 17



Saturday, November 18

11am - Children's Storytime

3pm  - Come write in!


Sunday, November 19

1pm - Songfarmers of Greensboro Community Sing




9AM Gate City Zen Meditation -  Zazen (silent zen meditation) at Scuppernong Books is an informal group open to both novices and the experienced. There is no charge and cushions are provided. Doors are locked promptly at 9am when meditation begins. Zazen is led by Raiko Denise Gabrial.

11AM - Unitarian Universalists in CovenantUnitarian Universalism (UU) is a theologically diverse religion in which members support one another in their individual search for truth and meaning. Unitarians have historic roots in Jewish and Christian traditions. Those sources today are joined by other sources, including atheism, agnosticism, Buddhism, earth-centered religions and mysticism, among other emerging revelations. Interfaith families often find that Unitarian Universalist congregations are a good fit for them.


Noon - French Table: An informal weekly French conversation group, led by Susan Carlyle. If you speak some French and are willing to try to stay in the language for an hour, please come and have a cup of coffee or tea and practice listening and speaking.  


11AM - Children's Storytime: Free and open to children of all ages. 

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