Workshops

paint pouring workshopSUUSI’s workshops are as diverse and inspirational as our community. Want to learn beekeeping? You can. Build a drum? Yep, that too. You can also learn to crochet, sample some chocolate, meditate, discuss UU history, conquer clutter, and dance and sing to your heart’s content. These opportunities and so many more await you, if you just seek them out.

Looking for ways to connect with others? Workshops are a great way to get to know fellow SUUSI attendees who share your interests. Many lasting friendships are developed in workshops as the experiences you share draw you closer to friends and to people you’ve just met. And, of course, workshops provide the opportunity for you to learn something new, renew your spirit, or just have fun.

  • 101: Under the Wisdom Tree: What Are These Rocks? Geology of SUUSI-landLimit 99

    First of four theme talks given by Charlie Grymes who's shared his wisdom on nature trips for many years. He will engage us with the wonders of nature and our surroundings. Grab your lunch and join us under the Wisdom Tree and be enthralled. Drop in as you can!

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  • 102: Under the Wisdom Tree: Who Lived Here? Native Americans of North CarolinaLimit 99

    Second of four theme talks given by Charlie Grymes, discussing the wonders of nature and our surroundings. Grab your lunch and join us under the Wisdom Tree and be enthralled. Drop in as you can!

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  • 103: Under the Wisdom Tree: What Makes Trees Happy/Grumpy?Limit 99

    Third of four theme talks given by Charlie Grymes, discussing the wonders of nature and our surroundings. Grab your lunch and join us under the Wisdom Tree and be enthralled. Drop in as you can!

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  • 104: Under the Wisdom Tree: The Inner Life of FlowersLimit 99

    Fourth of four theme talks given by Charlie Grymes, discussing the wonders of nature and our surroundings. Grab your lunch and join us under the Wisdom Tree and be enthralled. Drop in as you can!

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  • 110: Create Your Music DirectiveLimit 20

    Music has a profound effect on our mental and physical health. In case of emergency, what music should we play? In this workshop you will learn how to create and document a playlist that will help you heal mentally, physically, and spiritually. Aidan Quinn & Christine Stay, the Friction Farm duo & are performing songwriters for over a decade, always striving to use music for the greater good.

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  • 111: Folk Music: Heroic Journeys Limit 30

    Drawing on Joseph Campbell’s work in mythology and anthropology, this course explores common threads between heroes and heroines in Folk Music. From ancient narratives to modern stories, music documents the heroic journey with surprising revelations. Joe Jencks is an international touring musician, performer, songwriter, lay preacher, guest lecturer, producer & 25-yr. veteran of the Folk circuit.

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  • 112: Drumming through MindfulnessLimit 14

    Learn to play African hand drum rhythms with confidence and joy. We'll explore how to use mindfulness to increase body awareness, enhance creativity, and build community. All levels are welcome. Bring a drum and be prepared to have fun! Fred Katz is a graduate of Berklee College of Music & has been playing drums for 50 years. He currently plays in the Akoma@All Souls drum ensemble.

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  • 113: The Shine Sessions (Monday)Limit 20

    This fun, engaging, single-session multimedia workshop is for anyone seeking protected time and space in a supportive group environment to re-connect to your internal compass, remember what brings you joy, what helps your heart and soul shine. Lara Herscovitch is a touring musician-poet-performer & former CT State Troubadour. She writes, sings & leads with authenticity, humor & heart.

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  • 114: The Shine Sessions (Tuesday)Limit 20

    This fun, engaging, single-session multimedia workshop is for anyone seeking protected time and space in a supportive group environment to re-connect to your internal compass, remember what brings you joy, what helps your heart and soul shine. Lara Herscovitch is a touring musician-poet-performer & former CT State Troubadour. She writes, sings & leads with authenticity, humor & heart.

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  • 115: The Shine Sessions (Wednesday)Limit 20

    This fun, engaging, single-session multimedia workshop is for anyone seeking protected time and space in a supportive group environment to re-connect to your internal compass, remember what brings you joy, what helps your heart and soul shine. Lara Herscovitch is a touring musician-poet-performer & former CT State Troubadour. She writes, sings & leads with authenticity, humor & heart.

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  • 116: The Shine Sessions (Thursday)Limit 20

    This fun, engaging, single-session multimedia workshop is for anyone seeking protected time and space in a supportive group environment to re-connect to your internal compass, remember what brings you joy, what helps your heart and soul shine. Lara Herscovitch is a touring musician-poet-performer & former CT State Troubadour. She writes, sings & leads with authenticity, humor & heart.

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  • 120: Self Massage for pain reliefLimit 30

    You'll learn some simple self massage techniques to reduce or eliminate pain and tension and provide more flexibility and freedom of movement. Bring a mat or blanket, and a tennis ball if you have one and wear clothes you can move comfortably in. Betsy Bickel is a professional massage therapist in NC (36 years). She loves getting people out of pain & helping them learn to help themselves.

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  • 121: Bellydance PlayshopLimit 40

    Come play with the elements - the passion of fire, the stability of earth, the fluidity of water and the lightness of air! Discover some new ways of moving for self expression, fun and fitness. Dress festively in clothes you can move in. Betsy Bickel has been teaching bellydance for decades and is a recidivist performer at Cabaret.

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  • 122: A Way to the Calm, with BreathLimit 20

    This will be a "Way to the Calm"-if only for some moments in your day, or heh, maybe for even longer! I'll share some awesome breath techniques that have truly helped me to de-stress, get back in balance &, if practiced some, be a help in daily life! Valerie DuBay is a vocalist, yogi, mom, lover of life and spiritual optimist. All of the above involve lots of Awesome breathing techniques of course!

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  • 123: Sacred Slow Flow YogaLimit 25

    Yoga asana (the physical practice of yoga) can be a tool to remember our divinity, connection and sacredness. This slow flow yoga class will be meditation in motion, as we move deeper into our heart space. Knowledge of yoga poses is required. Wendy Swanson is a yoga & meditation teacher, acupuncturist, international retreat leader, published writer and former yoga studio owner.

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  • 124: Goddess YogaLimit 40

    Take on the power and postures of 26 goddesses from around the world. This moving meditation has a spoken affirmation and is designed to develop flexibility, grace, strength, balance and a positive self image. Comfy clothes and yoga mat please. Betsy Bickel is a feminist bellydancing pagan massage therapist & used all that to create Goddess Grace: A Moving Meditation in '93.

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  • 130: Standup Comedy 101!Limit 10

    Join Todd Callen as he guides you through the steps of writing and developing your very own material using your personal brand of funny that makes you special! You will complete the week with your personal funny monologue that you are proud of! Todd Callen, a member of UUMAN in Roswell GA, teaches this class to great acclaim! He has performed at Zanys in Chicago & The Punch Line in ATL.

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  • 150: NotMom MeetupLimit 20

    It can be a unique experience to be Childless by Circumstance or Childless by Choice at SUUSI (and in the real world). Meet other NotMoms at SUUSI, share your story (if you wish), be inspired, and make connections to last the entire week! Mina Greenfield is a speech therapist, a SUUSI veteran, and an auntie. She is childless and has thrived with the support of other childless women.

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  • 151: Keep calm and apply to collegeLimit 12

    The college application journey can seem overwhelming but knowledge and preparation can help. This workshop will explain what to expect, including finances, from the perspective of keeping it as low-stress as possible for both teens and parents. Jennifer Keller regularly counsels families on the college application process and enjoys shedding light on what can seem like a daunting mystery.

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  • 152: Are You Mind's Eye Blind?Limit 30

    Are you mind's eye blind? Find out more about the mystery of the human mind from the window of the ability to form mental images. Study just begun in 2015. Find out where you are in the continuum from no mental imagery to extreme in all 5 senses ! Cliff Jackson shares information about Aphantasia & the most common response that everyone gives is "fascinating".

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  • 153: Post-Pandemic Social AnxietyLimit 30

    An open forum conversation between peers and friends about navigating social anxiety, as we emerge from unprecedented isolation and return to the world. Supportive dialogue, careful listening, learning from each other as we aspire to be more at ease. Joe Jencks is an international touring musician, performer, songwriter, vocal coach, producer, and veteran of navigating many forms of anxiety.

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  • 154: Haiku & NatureLimit 20

    YOU are a poet! If you don't know it, join this workshop and discover this truth. Explore the practices of Haiku writing and mindful walking on the beautiful campus of WSU. Patty Townsend has been a passionate Haiku-er for many years and enjoys sharing the benefits of Haiku and the mindfulness it evokes with others.

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  • 160: Introduction to Alcohol InksLimit 12

    You believe you can’t “do” art? Alcohol inks will banish that belief from your mind and heart. It did that for me. Join me in exploring your creative side with this newish medium. Isopropyl alcohol is involved. Supplies provided with a cost. Sandy Ogletree is a retired German teacher, who is using her retirement to explore her creative side.

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  • 161: Right-brain DrawingLimit 20

    Be amazed at your own ability to draw. Using exercises from the book The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards, you will learn to access and use your brain's right side, the quiet, clear-seeing, creative side. This process works Mary Feagan, artist and poet, is an art teacher with an MVA in art education. Mary has loved teaching this course at 20+ SUUSI's.

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  • 162: Pipe Cleaner HatsLimit 20

    Lee Kim of NYC wore a pipe cleaner hat every day for a year and it brought her great joy. Let's give it a try at SUUSI! Make a hat, wear the hat, now you've got a great conversation starter. Anyone can shape pipe cleaners. Give it a try! Jen Abercrombie and Elyte Baykun enjoy crafting and have very little experience with pipe cleaner haberdashery.

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  • 163: 3D Printing 101Limit 25

    Fascinated by the idea of 3D printing, and why you may want to give it a try? We'll explain how it works, and provide insights on getting started. We'll also explore the software, hardware, and other resources. Bring your questions and curiosity! Uncle Flip discovered some tools he needed didn't exist- so he designed them himself, & bought a 3D printer to make them during the 'Rona lockdown!

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  • 164: Crochet-Learn to make a heartLimit 15

    Come learn the basic techniques and stitches of crochet. After a basic intro, we will make a simple project (Crocheted heart) that you can keep or share. All skill levels are welcome, and the project is fast and easy to learn. Brian Cooley learned how to knit to surprise Bethany so they could do something together, he has now become an accomplished fiber artist.

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  • 170: Mimosa MasterpieceLimit 20

    This workshop is fun art not fine art! Start your morning off right by creating your own masterpiece while sipping on a mimosa (or two)! All supplies are provided, just bring your positive attitude and a stain-able outfit (just in case). Kinsey Barret is a trained art instructor with 20 SUUSIs under her belt & is excited to join the workshop leader community on her 2nd SUUSI this year!

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  • 200: Exploring RaceLimit 20

    How did you first encounter the concept of race? How has race influenced your work life, affected your relationships with family & friends, & informed your spiritual journey? We'll explore these and other questions in a small group conversations. Rev. Jan Taddeo is a 5th generation UU serving our congregation in Lawrenceville, GA. She has led many workshops on racism and oppression.

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  • 201: Defund Fear: UUA Common ReadLimit 10

    Defund Fear: Safety Without Policing, Prisons, & Punishment by Zach Norris is the UUA Common Read for 2022. Join us for a discussion of this exploration into the meaning & means of creating a safer and more just society. Facilitator: Rev. Jan Taddeo Rev. Jan Taddeo is a 5th generation UU serving our congregation in Lawrenceville, GA. She has led many workshops on racism and oppression.

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  • 209: SUUSIboyzLimit 99

    We are a performing chorus - laughing, bantering, having fun and singing both serious and not-so-serious music, even harmony sometimes. Formed by Alexis Jones, over a quarter century ago, we meet for short sessions so not to interfere with workshops. Dave VanCamp majored in Musical Theater at the University of Florida & performed professionally for years as the front man of a blues band.

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  • 210: Step Into Circle SingingLimit 20

    Circle singing draws on traditions of chant, jazz, gospel, meditation and mindfulness to create one-of-a-kind choral improvisations in a mistake-free zone, accessible to beginning singers, but also challenges those with experience. Eric Bannan is a storyteller, performing songwriter and improvisor. He learned Circle Singing from Bobby McFerrin and his amazing cadre of teachers.

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  • 211: Empower Your VoiceLimit 21

    You'll "put your best voice forward” in this one-session-only workshop to awaken & align your inner & outer voices! Speakers, singers, seekers of their true voice, come be heard! "Refresher" if you've done this one before - "adventure" if it's new! Amy Carol Webb, a UU minister, performing songwriter/composer, recording artist, workshop facilitator, voice & song coach. This is her 21st SUUSI!

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  • 212: Performers Circle (Tuesday)Limit 100

    SUUSI performers are invited to perform in the round for the workshop attendees. Spontaneous harmonies, backup, and jamming are all part of the Circle way of being. Put some music and joy in your day! Russ Taddeo has hosted concerts, attended many music festivals, and worked on Nightlife staff.

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  • 213: Performers Circle (Wednesday)Limit 100

    SUUSI performers are invited to perform in the round for the workshop attendees. Spontaneous harmonies, backup, and jamming are all part of the Circle way of being. Put some music and joy in your day! Russ Taddeo has hosted concerts, attended many music festivals, and worked on Nightlife staff.

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  • 214: Community SingingLimit 20

    We will join together in a wide variety of simple and familiar songs. From spirituals to songs of the civil rights movement to layered chants composed by Lea. There will also be opportunities for participants to teach and share songs they love. Lea Morris from Baltimore with musical parents. Shared stage with luminaries Odetta, Mavis Staples, & Dar Williams. Well known in UU communities.

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  • 215: Performers Circle (Thursday)Limit 100

    SUUSI performers are invited to perform in the round for the workshop attendees. Spontaneous harmonies, backup, and jamming are all part of the Circle way of being. Put some music and joy in your day! Russ Taddeo has hosted concerts, attended many music festivals, and worked on Nightlife staff.

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  • 216: Song Circle with Shelly DenhamLimit 25

    We will go round the circle doing songs of Shelly Jackson Denham and other songs from the UU Hymn books. Bring your instruments and your favorite selections. Rich Greene has lead song circle workshops at previous SUUSIs.

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  • 217: Song Writing in CommunityLimit 20

    We will choose a theme, gather ideas, and take part in the amazing unfolding of a song from shared intention. Lea facilitates this process but it is guided by the spirit of the moment and the group. Lea Morris from Baltimore with musical parents. Shared stage with luminaries Odetta, Mavis Staples, & Dar Williams. Well known in UU communities.

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  • 220: Partner YogaLimit 24

    Bring a favorite someone for connection, laughter and partner yoga. We will explore two person yoga poses. Some basic yoga experience is a plus. We will end with some solo restorative poses to ease the mind and body. (Partner required). Wendy Swanson is a yoga & meditation teacher, acupuncturist, international retreat leader, & published writer. She is a former yoga studio owner.

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  • 221: Beginning Ballroom DanceLimit 40

    Enjoy exploring the physical, mental, and social benefits of ballroom dancing. Students will learn the basics of ballroom dancing which can be used in social situations. No dance experience is required. Singles, couples and same-sex couples welcome. Michael Recant and Deborah Hood have been amateur ballroom dancers since the 1980's. They are very active in the Richmond, VA ballroom community.

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  • 222: Mindful Stress BustersLimit 35

    Experience a variety of fun hands-on mindfulness practices that you can bring into your life. Plus learn mindful techniques to help each of us handle life's daily stressors a bit more smoothly. Carolyn and Scott have been mindfulness practitioners and facilitators for several years, and are passionate about sharing mindfulness with others.

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  • 240: Vision Board CollageLimit 16

    How do you envision your life in the future? In this hands-on workshop we will create vision boards with collage materials to articulate what we value and how we want our lives to progress. Addie Hirschten is the host of the "Alchemy of Art" podcast, a painter, teacher & author of several books. More at: www.studioalchemy.art

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  • 250: Blind Brain Trust TriviaLimit 50

    First round will be used to pick team leaders. They'll make pitches to recruit team members- but who signs on to their team will be kept secret! . Gameplay is web-based, so bring a smartphone or a laptop (and some charm, if you become a leader!) Uncle Flip is a dilettante, interested in many things- but none very deeply. That's the perfect mindset to ask you about utterly useless information.

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  • 251: Finding Harmony in the ChaosLimit 15

    Are you so busy keeping it all together that you forget to slow down & nurture yourself? Learn practical techniques to find beauty in your daily grind by making the space to feed your soul. Patty Townsend professionally and personally seeks a joyful and productive life journey and loves coaching others to do the same.

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  • 252: 36 QuestionsLimit 40

    Get to know someone - a partner, a parent, a friend, or a complete stranger - in 36 questions. Make connections with new people or deepen bonds with someone you already know. Returnees welcome: we'll have some new questions for these new times. Stacy Gilbert has led similar transformative workshops to make connections & build communities in DC.

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  • 254: The Solar Eclipse of 2024Limit 40

    On 2024 April 8, just 7 years after the eclipse in 2017, a total eclipse of the Sun will occur across North America. What a solar eclipse is, where and when can it be seen and how weather and traffic will affect it will be addressed in this workshop. Jim Blowers has been a member of the Richmond Astronomical Society since 1978 and has seen many eclipses, including 1972, 1991, and 2017.

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  • 260: Happy HennaLimit 25

    This class is for beginners interested in learning about the history, science, and ritual of henna as well as techniques and designs. Participants will experience hands on learning and leave with henna tattoos to show off for the rest of the week! Kinsey Barrett has been attending SUUSI since she was a kid and this will be her 20th SUUSI!

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  • 261: Art for EveryoneLimit 12

    Enjoy fun art activities to increase your pleasure and skills in drawing and painting. Beginners are welcome. Bring any supplies that you wish, but basic supplies will be provided. Andrea Morrison is enthusiastic and supportive in assisting others to learn and enjoy drawing and painting.

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  • 262: Origami Star of GratitudeLimit 16

    Learn how to fold an origami star then put words or pictures of gratitude in the middle of the finished star. This model is moderately challenging to fold so previous origami experience is helpful as is a cheerful "try-again" attitude. Jen Abercrombie has been helping out her school's origami club for four years and enjoys sharing the models she's learned with others.

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  • 263: The Secret Language of SymbolsLimit 20

    Symbolism has been used to communicate values and messages by artists since the beginning of time. In this workshop we will articulate what symbols are important to us and create our own symbol design drawings. Addie Hirschten is the host of the "Alchemy of Art" podcast, a professional painter, teacher & author of several books. More at: www.studioalchemy.art

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  • 264: Halloween OrigamiLimit 16

    Learn how to fold origami ghosts, pumpkins, bats and more. Models are easy to intermediate, anyone with interest in origami can attend, no experience necessary. Jen Abercrombie has been helping out her school's origami club for four years and enjoys sharing the models she's learned with others.

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  • 265: Modular Origami StarLimit 14

    Construct an origami star polyhedron that makes a good ornament on a Christmas tree. This is a modular model; that is, it is made by constructing pieces and fitting them together. We will make the Sonobe stellated octahedron. Jim Blowers has a PhD in mathematics. At graduate school, conferences, and through YouTube, he discovered several ways of making polyhedron models.

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  • 280: Zero Waste LivingLimit 40

    Would you like to reduce your trash (waste) to almost nothing, help the environment, and save money doing it? The average American throws away about 4+lbs of trash per day. The presenters haven’t filled a trash can in over a year. You can do it too. Mike Fanelli & Linda Rudd & their families are living a near zero waste lifestyle. It's easy to do if you know some tricks and tips.

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  • 281: Cannabis and CBD as medicine?Limit 50

    Cannabis the good the bad and the ugly. We'll review the research on the potential uses of cannabis and CBD as medicine their legal status in the US. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions. Chris Breivogel has a PhD in pharmacology and over 25 years experience in research on cannabinoids.

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  • 290: SUUSI's Child = The Mountain!!Limit 50

    43 years ago, SUUSI birthed this "Year-Round SUUSI". It's 60 miles SW of WCU & offers 8 week Summer Camp. CONs, UUWomenspirit, GSV, Fall Institute, Music & Congregational Retreats... Get updates, visuals, program info & popcorn w/slides & discussion. Linda Sterner helped birth The Mountain 43 years ago, volunteer onsite supporting recent Exec. Dir. change, & create SUUFI, Music Week, etc.

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  • 293: How to lead a SUUSI workshop 1Limit 30

    Ever considered submitting a proposal for a workshop at SUUSI? Got the next best idea?! In this workshop you will meet the workshops coordinator and get every question answered that you can think of and more. Beth Nicholson is the current SUUSI Workshops Coordinator and wants clarify, in-person, all those burning questions about the process for you.

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  • 294: How to lead a SUUSI workshop 2Limit 30

    See workshop #293

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  • 295: Newcomers Tour Sunday @ 2Limit 50

    Want to see all the SUUSI Spaces for which we have Gratitude? We can help! Join us for a tour of the WCU campus to help you acclimate to your home for the next 5 days. Leaves from the big fountain outside near the middle of campus. Members of the SUUSI Board of Trustees will be leaving these tours.

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  • 296: Newcomers Tour Sunday @ 3Limit 50

    Want to see all the SUUSI Spaces for which we have Gratitude? We can help! Join us for a tour of the WCU campus to help you acclimate to your home for the next 5 days. Leaves from the big fountain outside near the middle of campus. Members of the SUUSI Board of Trustees will be leaving these tours.

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  • 297: Newcomers Tour Monday @ 10Limit 50

    Want to see all the SUUSI Spaces for which we have Gratitude? We can help! Join us for a tour of the WCU campus to help you acclimate to your home for the next 5 days. Leaves from the big fountain outside near the middle of campus. Members of the SUUSI Board of Trustees will be leaving these tours.

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  • 300: Humanitarian AssistanceLimit 40

    By understanding the principles, organizations, challenges, and innovations in international humanitarian assistance, we can understand the most effective ways to help. Stacy Gilbert has worked in international humanitarian assistance for 20+ years.

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  • 301: Kid’s Craft SaleLimit 15

    Kid’s craft sale at community time on Thursday! Sign up now. Bring a blanket to show your wares. Only hand made crafts can be sold. No resell items allowed please. Kerrie Laughlin has been working with kid’s for past 20 years by teaching RE classes for all age groups & served as Youth & Middler AGL at SUUSI.

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  • 302: Community Table - TuesdayLimit 10

    As UUs, we are called to have a constructive impact on the communities where we live, work and play. Please join us to stuff envelops for their yearly fundraiser at Community Table, Cullowee's local soup kitchen. Come one day or both. Kimi Riegel is a UU minister and has led volunteering at Community Table since 2016 and Radford's Daily Bread in 2014 & 2015.

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  • 303: Community Table - ThursdayLimit 10

    As UUs, we are called to have a constructive impact on the communities where we live, work and play. Please join us to stuff envelopes for their yearly fundraiser at Community Table, Cullowee's local soup kitchen. Come one day or both. Kimi Riegel is a UU minister and has led volunteering at Community Table since 2016 and Radford's Daily Bread in 2014 & 2015.

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  • 340: Hand-Lettering as MeditationLimit 10

    Participants will learn a simple, beautiful lettering style starting with basic strokes, then letters, and culminating in creatively writing a single word that is meaningful to the participant. Materials provided. Good handwriting NOT necessary! Stacy Gilbert has been doing calligraphy since 7th grade. Thanks, Catholic school.

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  • 370: Best way to Use An insta potLimit 15

    Learn to get the most out of using your insta pot. This is a demonstration food tasting class. There will be time for questions. Copies of recipes will be shared. Bill Pike has 9 years of being a personal chef and prepared him for cuisine prepared by a variety of methods.

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  • 371: Foraged MocktailsLimit 19

    We will use simple syrups made with foraged flowers mixed with convential ingredients to create delicious and unique mocktails! Explore your creative culinary skills with a base of forsythia or lilac or magnolia. Exact flavors might vary. Jenni Sanders is an experienced forager who loves to share her finds with others.

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  • 372: SUUSI Beer TastingLimit 70

    Gratitude through hops and malt! We will enjoy brews made by SUUSIites, as well as commercial beers. Come to learn about beer, or educate others. Bring your taste buds, as we appreciate all kinds of brews, from bitter to fruity, hoppy to sweet. SUUSI has boasted many talented brewers & drinkers, for a long time. We're always up for sharing knowledge-& beer!

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  • 460: Artisans' BazaarLimit 64

    Tables will be rented in 4' (1/2 table) increments - listed price is per increment. For 15% commission on sales over $250 (per increment) & 4 working hours, we provide you with space to sell your original work. Bethany, Kim, Brian, Becky, Melanie, Melissa & the AB Crew are all looking forward to another fun year!

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  • 490: Teens Way Off Broadway (TWOB)Limit 30

    Build deep friendships by putting a musical together in 5 days! TWOB is a team of teen actors, singers, dancers, and crew who rehearse, stage, and perform a musical for all of SUUSI. No stage experience necessary; come to learn and try something new. Lindsay Bennett-Jacobs and Daniel Jackoway are back as TWOB directors! Lindsay has been Teen and SUUSI Director, and Daniel was once a TWOB teen.

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