Black Lives Matter Flash Stance – Bellevue

Black Lives Matter Flash Stance Members
Black Lives Matter Flash Stance – Bellevue
Join fellow Church members and other UU Churches in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Factoria on the corner by Dacell’s Jewelers. Photo credit: Daniel Flatiff

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Date:
Wednesday, February 8
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how to attend

Join fellow Church members and other UU Churches in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Factoria on the corner by Dacell’s Jewelers.

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The organizers of our Black Lives Matter Flash Stances are starting the gatherings again… with safety protocols in place.

  1. Everyone must wear a mask.
  2. Please plan to bring your own sign.
  3. No one touches the banners.
  4. We social distance.

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Black Lives Matter Flash Stance – Issaquah

Black Lives Matter Flash Stance Members
Black Lives Matter Flash Stance – Issaquah

Join us in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Issaquah.

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Date:
Wednesday, February 8
Time:

how to attend

Join fellow Church members and other UU Churches in solidarity after Church service for a Black Lives Matter Flash Stance in Issaquah at the corner of SE 56th Street and Eastlake Sammamish Parkway SE by the McDonalds.

More Information

The organizers of our Black Lives Matter Flash Stances are starting the gatherings again… with safety protocols in place.

  1. Everyone must wear a mask.
  2. Please plan to bring your own sign.
  3. No one touches the banners.
  4. We social distance.

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Introduction to Paleontology

Introduction to Paleontology

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Date:
Wednesday, February 8
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How did we—not just humans, but all of life, and planet Earth itself—come to be? To find out, you need everything from paleobotany and paleogeography to paleozoology—in short, what you need is the science of paleontology. From recently exposed fossils to new theories about our ancestors, this exciting science is positively exploding with new, game-changing discoveries. In Introduction to Paleontology, you’ll see how new technologies like dispersive x-ray spectroscopy and x-ray computer tomography have joined the tried-and-true backhoe, hammer, and chisel.

How to Attend

The class will meet over twelve weeks on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 starting May 31.

​To join the class, use the following link: https://rebrand.ly/zhzte8a

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Alan Carter has been a member of East Shore since 1997 and leads many of these classes.

For details see: Introduction to Paleontology

East Shore Live: Song of Nature

East Shore Live: Off the Cuff

East Shore Live: Off the Cuff

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Date:
Saturday, April 16
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Venue

East Shore Unitarian Church
12700 SE 32nd Street
Bellevue, WA 98005 United States
Phone:
425-747-3780
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Organizer

East Shore Live

Actor, Director, Improv Coach and author presents a retrospective of his eclectic career in a multi-media, interactive performance.
‘Off the Cuff’ will include songs, videos, monologues, pantomimes, and even poetry that represent Gary Schwartz’s career starting out as a class clown, to his start as a 13 year old professional mime to his transition to Hollywood as a comedian, TV, film and voice actor and renowned Improv teacher. He will even lead the audience in some Theater Games and talk and take questions about his storied career.
Off the Cuff is directed and accompanied by John Chmaj.

 

East Shore Live: The Castaways

East Shore Live: The Castaways

East Shore Live: The Castaways

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Date:
Saturday, May 21
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Venue

East Shore Unitarian Church
12700 SE 32nd Street
Bellevue, WA 98005 United States
Phone:
425-747-3780
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Organizer

East Shore Live
The Castaways are coming to East Shore Live this May, and we are stoked! Taking the instrument of the islands to a whole new place, The Castaways play covers of our favorite rock and roll modern classics — on the ukulele.
Yes, you heard that right: they’re all on ukes. And they rock.
Here’s some of the rave reviews they get from fans all over the Puget Sound:
“Cheeky, vibrant, quirky-fun band!!” — NLF, Kirkland
“The Castaways unique sound has placed them front and center as a local favorite.” — 425 Magazine
“Wooooooo hooooooooo! Yeah!” — Standing Room Only Crowd at The Feedback Lounge, West Seattle