Join us for this special event! The World Bird Sanctuary staff from St. Louis Missouri, will be coming to Carpenter Nature Center in Hastings, MN, to present a captivating program about birds of prey. Tickets are $15 and limited. Make your reservation at https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/f-xyrtiI7Fw3SgLBhbduxQ and then let Rexanne know of your plan by Feb. 17. Once she knows how many are coming, a plan about hiking and eating will be made. Questions? Contact Rexanne Warner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Thursday, April 25, 10:30 a.m., at MN Museum of American Art in Saint Paul
Hazel is a friend of Plymouth and a nationally known artist with two paintings of “The Spirit Tree” from the Grand Portage Ojibwe Reservation on the walls of the church. OMC will take a group of 20–25 adults to visit this exhibit, experience a curator-led tour of the exhibit and then share lunch at the Lost Fox two blocks away. It is a beautiful exhibit in a beautifully renovated space! For more information about this exhibit see: https://mmaa.org/hazel-belvo-for-love/. More details on the RSVP coming soon.
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Play! is a One More Chair group for people who love the spoken word. Participants may read a playscript or adapted dialogue from various genres (poetry, fiction, narrative, mystery, novel, memoir, satire, tall tale, epic, or nonsense). Readers will find community and “play” in performing together and perhaps for others. Members may attend and discuss performances in the Twin Cities.
First gathering of Play!
Wednesday, February 28, 4:30–6:00 p.m., at Plymouth. (We’re hoping to establish the 3rd Wednesday of the month as a regular occurring time, but that was not available in February.) Play! choice of the evening: Catherine ni Houlihan by W.B. Yeats.
Happier Hour on Zoom (every Monday at 5 p.m.) is about finding friendship and sharing lives. There is a core of four people who are open to new friendships and want to share this time with others. This is a chance to meet new Plymouth folks, some who don’t always have time to get to church in person but desire friendship. We don’t typically plan the conversation, but let it flow based on what we heard at church on Sunday, what’s going on in the world, or what’s going on in our lives. It’s a great place to meet others in a relaxed, easy to access way. All ages and genders welcome. Contact Annie Krishnan (email@example.com).
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Food—keep it simple! Bring your own picnic food/drink and tableware. Cold water will be provided. Grills with hot coals (and grill utensils) will be available. If you would like to bring cookies or a finger dessert to share, that would be appreciated.
Facilities: Rain or shine—the picnic will go on! This is a covered pavilion with lots of picnic tables! There is a wading pool and playground as well as a large grassy area for games. Bring croquet or corn hole, or other fun games to share. If you want more seating options, bring a lawn chair. Free parking is adjacent to the shelter.
Other information: The picnic is free; however, donations to help cover the fee for the rental of the shelter will be appreciated. To help the planning committee make any additional plans and to offer ride-sharing, please let us know if you are planning to come.
Whether or not you have participated in One More Chair activities in the past, you are invited to join Plymouth members and friends for a day trip on Thursday, October 14, 2021, to the Minnesota Marine Art Museum (www.mmam.org) in Winona, Mn. We will meet on the patio of the museum at noon for lunch followed by a visit to the museum’s six galleries of works by renowned artists, including Monet, Renoir, and O’Keefe. The admission fee is $7.00. Please bring a picnic lunch or pick up a box lunch at one of several cafes in Winona.
The Museum is located at 800 Riverview Drive, Winona, Mn. From the Plymouth Church building, the drive time is approximately 2&1/2 hours. Carpooling is encouraged, and if you are in need of a ride, or would like further information about the outing or One More Chair, please contact Jim Christenson at 651-895-0644(phone or text) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Plymouth Congregational Church is a progressive faith community grounded in the Christian tradition. In mutual care and with respect for our diverse understandings of God, we seek to embody the radical love and justice found in the life, teachings and spirit of Jesus.