New Haven Healthy City/Healthy Climate Challenge Launch, Wednesday, November 13th, 5:30-7pm at Artspace, Orange and Crown Streets. Refreshments, great art! More info on the Challenge here.
Saturday, Dec. 7, 10 am - 3 pm FIESTA Fair-Trade Gift Bazaar to benefit the New Haven / Leon Sister City Project. Colorful woven goods, organic coffee, and chocolate from Nicaragua will be on sale to benefit our work in rural Leon, Nicaragua. Plus artisan honey and soaps from Connecticut farms; olive oil from Palestine; Christmas ornaments from Haiti; calendars printed in the US; and more. New this year: Funky guitar string bracelets made in Connecticut. Free and open to the public. 608 Whitney Avenue (the First Unitarian Universalist Society building). For more info (203) 562-1607 or www.newhavenleon.org
Nicaraguan and US experts present current perspectives on the Chronic Kidney Disease epidemic in Central America. Join the New Haven / Leon Sister City Project for a potluck and discussion about the latest research on the epidemic that is affecting agricultural workers in our sister city. Remarks at 7:15 pm by four public health experts. Free and open to the public. 608 Whitney Avenue (the First Unitarian Universalist Society building). RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
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 <email@example.com>, 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. Saturday, October 18th, 5pm until....; Unitarian Society of New Haven, 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT 06517.
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