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Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson

Apr 6: Community Life

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Staying Connected in Community

Ways to stay connected to UUCT
Meeting List: The front page of our website now lists the Zoom links for every congregational event happening online: uuct . You may list your event there by emailing to: announcements@uuctucson.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Zoom Meetings
Come Join the Choir 
For more information, please contact Dr. Brian Moon, our Director of Music:
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Highlights of the TEXnewMEX TUUR October 8-16, 2022
Alpine, Texas, where we will spend two nights, was long an encampment for Native Americans, a campsite for cattlemen, and then a tent city for railroad workers and their families which they named Murphyville. Five years later, when there were already a dozen houses, a livery stable, a butcher shop and a drugstore which housed the post office, townspeople changed the name to Alpine, probably because of its geographical location nestled between three mountain ranges.
Alpine grew slowly until Sul Ross Normal College (now Sul Ross State University) was opened in 1920. The opening of Big Bend National Park in the 1940s further spurred the growth of the town. Now it is also known for its thriving art scene.
The most exciting aspect of this town, for me, was its growing collection of colorful murals celebrating regional themes. One artist I met on my visit last fall, as he was painting colorful southwestern designs on a light post outside a residence off an alleyway in downtown, told me that during the pandemic, artists took to the streets painting amazing murals on every surface they could. It was their way to cope with the lockdown.
Go to https://visitalpinetx.com/attractions/#alpine-murals to see pictures and details of the walking tour of the murals we’ll enjoy.      
 Carolyn Saunders
Registration is open until June 1. Only 10 places are still available. Contact Julia Mehrer, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a registration form. To view the complete itinerary, go to https://uuctucson.org/images/documents/Brochures/TEXnewMEX.pdf
UUCT Book Club
The 2nd Thursday UUCT Book club – 
April 2022 book
Apr 14, 2022: Freshwater for Flowers, 2020
"French bestseller Perrin makes her English-language debut in an atmospheric novel rife with adulterous romances, bad marriages, mysterious deaths, and lots of burials.
The frequent burials are because narrator Violette Toussaint is a cemetery keeper at the Brancion-en-Chalon cemetery in Burgundy
Overstuffed, at times rambling, but colorful and highly enjoyable and pulled together by an engaging narrator." Kirkus reviews
Meeting ID: 884 1260 4078
Password: 484848
The Zoom meeting opens by 9:20am, book discussion starts at 9:30am

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