We’re so glad you’re planning to join us! Here are a few things you can expect for your first visit…
Sunday, October 30th 4-6pm
We are already looking forward to Halloween and everyone is invited! We will be doing all the traditional, fun Halloween activities. There will be a haunted house, pumpkin craving, “tricks for treats” and, of course, the Ceilidh – a wonderful celebration with song and stories. But, this year we are combining all the activities into one, super-fun afternoon. So, bring your kids, your grandkids, your neighbor’s kids – everyone! Come in costume and enjoy the activities starting at 4 PM, followed by the Ceilidh at 5PM. Spread the word, this is going to be a fun, old-fashioned, family-style Halloween.
Children and youth programming has begun for the year, but no worries if you missed opening Sunday, our programming is designed to welcome new participants every week! We can hardly wait to share all that we have planned! The theme of the month is “Healing”.
Parent orientation is required for all 7-8th graders planning on taking Our Whole Lives. For more information about “owl” check out here: http://www.uudux.org/owl/ . If youcould not attend or have questions, please contact our Director of Religious Education Ruth Owen at email@example.com.
High School Youth Group (HIP) has begun. Newcomers always welcome! Youth group meets on Sundays @6pm!
We love babies! Nursery care is available for babies and toddlers every Sunday.
Duxbury’s First Parish Church presents Tuneful Brew Coffeehouse, a new concert series for performers and audiences of all ages, on Friday, October 7, from 8 to 10 pm at First Parish Church’s Harvey Assembly Hall, 842 Tremont Street (Rte. 3A), Duxbury. A one-hour, multi-instrument jam begins at 8 pm, followed by a feature performance by Boston-based violinist and singer Rob Flax at 9 pm.
Open to the public, the Tuneful Brew Coffeehouse invites performers to entertain diverse audiences at the open mic session with their unique talent in vocal, instrumental, or theatrical performances. A sound system and piano are available for performer’s use. Future featured acts scheduled to appear this season include Cape Cod singer/songwriter Catie Flynn and South Shore singer/songwriters Jay Psaros and Matt York.
This month, in place of an open mic, dynamic musician and educator Rob Flax leads a multi-instrument jam from 8 to 9 pm. Musicians of all ages and abilities are encouraged to join this informal event or come with a tune they would like to lead in a relaxed and enjoyable setting.
Admission is $10 at the door, children 12 and under are free. Homemade baked goods, a variety of tea and coffee are available, donations are greatly appreciated.