Upcoming Events at USR

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At Cottage Place Gallery
This summer, the Cottage Place Gallery is pleased to present
Paintings by USR Member Nancy Petrie
Gallery hours are by appointment only. Please call the USR office at 201-444-6225.

Health Care Crisis: Come to a Discussion of “What Do We Do Now About Health Care?” on Wednesday, August 2, 7:00 PM at the Lydecker Homestead, 228 Grand Avenue, Englewood.
Sponsored by the Racial and Social Justice Team of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palisades, co-sponsored by the Social Responsibilities Council of USR.
See the flyer below for more information.

Save the date for Film Presentation – September 22, 2017, 7 PM
“I am Not Your Negro” written by James Baldwin and directed by Raoul Peck
Fellowship Room, Unitarian Society of Ridgewood
Co-Sponsored by Social Responsibilities Council of USR
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AID FOR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES
A NEW IMMIGRANT FAMILY will be arriving in New Jersey for settlement in mid-august. In coordination with the United Church of Christ and other religious groups, we will be collecting the necessities for setting up a new living space for them; tables, chairs, desks, lamps, dishes, toys, etc. etc. etc. We cannot accept beds or bed frames. These must be purchased new so financial aid is also needed. All donations must be in good condition and clean.  We do not know how many people are in the family or the ages yet. I will be receiving a list of things that are needed shortly. Meanwhile scour your attics, rummage through your basements, check the garage and send me a list of all the things that you can provide.
Thank you, Ira Mendelsberg

Did you know that the USR has a team in the Ridgewood Church Softball League?  The RCSL is a competitive adult slow-pitch softball league with games on Sunday afternoons at 4 or 5:30 PM. Our UU team is looking for players to come join us for a few games (or a season commitment). Games only take about 1:45 minutes so they won’t eat your whole afternoon. Its fun, and you get to be a kid again for 2 hours a week. If you, or a family member/friend/child are a former MLB star (or recall being half decent ballplayer in College/High School/8th grade) and might be interested in helping build the USR’s fledging softball dynasty (or at least field a competitive team), please reach out to Mitch Halvorsen for more information.