Theater of the OppressedTraining "Rainbow of Desire" Training - Rainbow of Desire replays situations from our everyday lives and reveals invisible elements of our relationships, such as emotions, mental obstacles (a.k.a. "Cops in the Head") and desires that may be of hindrance or of help. March 8th and 9th. More info Contact Megan at <firstname.lastname@example.org>, or call 203.562.1607. More info here.
Delegation to Leon, from San Marcos, Texas. July 4th to 13th.
Evening of Stories / Noche de Cuentos.: NH/LSCP 30th Anniversary Celebration. The celebration on Saturday, October 18 will have food, entertainment and storytelling from world travelers new and familiar. Silent auction of beautiful Nicaraguan photographs begins at 5:00 pm. Food begins at 5:30. Program at 6:00 . Unitarian Society of New Haven, 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT 06517. Tickets here.
Fair Trade and Craft Fairs... join us at the Bioregional Holiday Bazaaron Saturday, December 6 from 11 am to 4 pm at the FUUS on 608 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT 06511 (the site of our office).
Your favorite Nicaraguan and fair trade goods will be on sale to benefit the New Haven / Leon Sister City Project. We will not be the only vendor, so you will have a chance to enjoy a variety of local craftspeople selling their diverse wares.
In addition, we’ll have a table at the St. Thomas More holiday sale on Sunday, Nov. 30; the United Community Church on Sunday, Dec. 7; and Church of the Redeemer on Sunday, Dec. 14. For further details contact us at 203.562.1607, Patty at pnuelsen at newhavenleon.org or Megan at mfountain at newhavenleon.org
Please note: Times subject to change.
New Haven/León Sister City Project
A progressive, binational, grassroots organization that fosters a relationship between the communities of Greater New Haven and León, Nicaragua