Humans of Basic Income Exhibit
Tuesday, December 18, opening at noon

Presented by NOURISH and ARTSPACE, this one-day exhibit features the photography of Jessie Golem who took photos of participants in the Basic Income Guarantee pilot holding signs indicating the impact the pilot had on their lives. Now Jesse is asking anyone who supports basic income to share the reasons why they support it and have their photos taken.  She is going to be in Peterborough to showcase her work, illustrate how we can support her work and talk about ways we can all advocate for basic income. The photographer will speak at Artspace at 6pm. 378 Aylmer St N, Peterborough.

December Vigil for Peace will take place 5-6 pm on New Year’s Eve

To: All those who solemnly and sweetly promised to turn up on Christmas Eve on the corner of George and McDonnel: don’t! There is another Monday in this month, and it is, gulp, New Year’s Eve!

The December Vigil for Peace will take place 5-6 pm on New Year’s Eve and will feature silent remembering and joyous ringing of bells, if you bring them.

Peterborough’s Red Pashmina Campaign

Peterborough’s Red Pashmina Campaign is selling, along with it usual red pashminas, a limited number of lovely blue scarves/shawls which have been sewn by Aquela Mohaqqeq who is a member of the Afghan family which the Unitarian Fellowship has sponsored. Money raised from sales is donated to Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan to support the education of women and girls in Afghanistan. If you would like to buy a scarf, the price is $25, please contact Melodie at 705-748-6251. Thank you.

Lunchtime Organ Music – Advent 2018
Thursdays, 12:15 to 12:45pm

At Emmanuel United Church, 534 George Street, N, Peterborough
Dec. 20- Randy Mills
Free admission:  Food items and cash will be accepted for local food bank programs.  Information:  742-4162 or 755-1184.

Go Fund Me – Peterborough Gleans

The Gleaning project is looking for more funding through Go Fund Me.   If you’re able to help, please do so! This is a project that UFP supports both financially and with volunteers.

You Can Make It Art
Tuesdays, now through January, 9:30 to 11am

A community art-making project, sponsored by the Mount, and facilitated by Mary Lou Green (705.740.0078) and Brian Nichols. $5 per session or PWYC. Note that this has been extended through January. Drop in…no registration required. Supplies are included and everyone is welcome.

Women’s Drumming Circle
One Sunday of Each Month, 5pm

Our next drumming circle will be held Sunday January 6 at 5:00 pm until 6:30 pm. Located at Emmanuel West Church (formerly St. Andrew’s) at 441 Rubidge St. at Brock St.  Cost is $3 to the church and $5 to Julie Dutta, our facilitator.Should you require the use of a drum ($5 rental fee), please contact Julie at j.ditta@rogers.com no later than Friday to be sure she can bring a drum for you.Mark your calendar for December 2 for our next drumming circle!

Small Group Tour to Jamaica, hosted by Jamaica Self Help
Jan 21 to Feb 4, 2018

Earlier this year members and friends of UFP very generously supported a special collection made to JSH. On the strength of this support I thought there might be interest in a new JSH initiative – A Small Group Tour to Jamaica, lead by Angela Stultz, retired Jamaican ED of our S-Corner Community Development partner and Cathie Morrissey Current President of JSH Canada.
Details:
• Escape winter for 14 nights- January 21-Feb 4, 2019
• Stay in four beautiful locations across the country
• $3500 cost includes airfare, ground travel, accommodation, entertainment, some admission fees, 8 breakfasts and 6 dinners and a receipt from JSH for the charitable portion

Experience
• Mountains, Beaches, & Rivers; Culture and History; JSH Projects in Kingston; Local Speakers;Folk Pantomime.
For further information, contact:
Nancy Chesher, 705 -742-7837,  Joyce Mackenzie 705- 651-6391,  Christine Boriss 705- 875-0216.