The Fellowship Hall (1924 Cedar St) is accessible by a ramp on the Bonita Avenue side of the Hall.
Film Night and Discussion: "A Lot in Common"
Transition Berkeley invites you to join us for a delightful film about the creation of the Peralta Community Art Garden. You'll meet the neighbors: Grandpa Roosevelt and his grandson, Joan the single mom, Ruthe the psychic, and Amy the metal sculptor. They all have "A Lot in Common" when together they turn a vacant lot in Berkeley into a blooming community garden lush with native California plantings, technology demonstrations, and outdoor artwork by local artists. They clash over political ideals, runaway pets and public art, yet in the end, they grow a community of neighbors.
Rev. Earl Koteen and 350.org present a Film: "Disruption"
Conscientious Projectors Film Series: Where Should the Birds Fly
Thursday, September 11 at 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall—1924 Cedar St.
Suggested donation $5-10. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Motown Dance Party
Open Mic with Doug Chambers, Featured Artist TBD
Friday, September 12 at 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall—1924 Cedar St.
Join us for BFUU's monthly Open Mic night. Signups begin at 6:30 PM and the featured artist performs at 8:30 PM.
Jazz in the Neighborhood: Marcus Shelby Quintet
Acoustic Music Berkeley: Bill Evans, the Banjo in America
T'ai Chi & Qi Gong with Gene Herman
This practice is appropriate for people of all ages. It improves health and well being at any age.
T'ai Chi Ch'uan with Karina Epperlein: The Principles and Art of Slowing Down
Breath, sound, movement, qi gong, imagination and intention, standing and walking meditation, balance, centering and grounding. Karina brings to her 37 years of teaching an extensive background and training in T'ai Chi Ch'uan, dance, physical theater, music, voice, breath, and meditation.
Ongoing. $90 per month. Please call in advance to register: 510-559-8892. Visit www.karinafilms.us for more information.
First Tuesdays, 11:00 AM in the Fellowship Hall
Dancing Life From Your Core: CoreConnexion Transformational Arts® with Eva Vigran, MA Psych
Starting in the NOW, we will listen to body and soul, following movement that emerges from moment to moment. Through playful connection with ourselves, others and nature, we can illuminate our individual and authentic aliveness and strengthen our inner nature and resources. Participants will gain access to the wisdom and joy at their core. First class is free! www.coreconnexion.net
Wind Song Cafe
First Fridays at 11:30 a.m. in the Fireside Room—1606 Bonita Ave.
Join us in the Wind Song Cafe to share music, poetry, and discussion. Note that this room is not wheel-chair accessible. We will discuss Prop. 47, The Safe Neighborhoods & Schools Act of 2014, the voter initiative that will make a difference.
Kirtan with Ajaya
Second Sundays, 4 PM in the Fellowship Hall—1924 Cedar St.
Feel the power of musical space and time.
Third Thursday Taizé
Third Thursdays, 7:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall
Taizé music originated in the Taizé Monastery in France as an opportunity for people of various religious faiths to unite in spirit and song. It quickly spread through Europe and is now becoming very popular in the United States. Come join us each third Thursday at 7:30 in the Fellowship Hall as BFUU takes its place in the growing Taizé community.