• May 16, 2019 | 12:15 P.M.

    May Lunch & Learn by Plymouth Women

    Waveland Hall

    You won’t want to miss the next Lunch and Learn on May 16!  Lunch: gather at 12:15 p.m. in Waveland Hall for a yummy meal catered by Becky Smith. Learn: the team from Plymouth’s Anti-Racism Committee (ARC) will present a multi-faceted program that promises to be both thoughtful and educational.

    The presentation will focus on incorporating anti-racism into spiritual practice. We will watch a video, hear about ARC’s progress and future plans, participate in discussion, and have an opportunity to ask questions. Hand-outs will be provided for further reflection.

    Cost for the meal is $10 and reservations are due by noon on May 14. Register by below or  in person Sunday, May 12 in Waveland Hall.

    If you forget to make a reservation, you are invited to bring your own lunch and enjoy our program.  As always, men are welcome.  Join us!

    We're sorry, registrations for lunch closed on Tuesday, May 16 at noon. You are still welcome to attend the program only.






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