Events at the UUCC


Women's Conversation Circle – October 1 from 6-8pm

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UUCC in the Farmhouse, in our cozy Pickett Rm.

The first Monday of the month, this month October 1st. The topic is serving items, things that we serve food and drink in. You are welcome to bring as a show n tell a cherished platter, bowl, dish glass, etc. We thought it would also be fun to bring items we no longer want as a swap so someone else can love it for a time. We pass the talking stick for a check in and then around again on the topic. No one is ever required to talk, we can chose to pass. If you are rushed feel free to bring your bag supper and all are invited to bring a snack to share afterwards, no need to feel obligated. Please join us.

Lunch n Movie – October 12 at 11:30am

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We will be showing Shakespeare in Love, a fun period piece with Judy Dentch and Gywneth Poltrow. Pot luck at 11:30 and movie starts 12:45, followed with discussion. Lunch n Movie is always the 2nd Friday of the month at Nancy's. Nancy Lazinsky's home is in Saugerties. Contact Heather - 518-5947 or Nancy 247-3761. All are welcome.

Spoken Word – October 13th at 7pm

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SPOKEN WORD

Where actors, poets and writers read


Betty MacDonald 

Matt Spireng

Roberta Gould


Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Catskills

320 Sawkill Road, Kingston, NY  www.uucckingston.org

845 331-2884 Founder and Host:  Annie LaBarge


Saturday, October 13,  7:00 pm

$5 suggested donation   3 min. open mic


Actor-writer Betty MacDonald has performed with Community Playback Theatre, TMI Events, Woodstock Book Fest, and Writers Read at the Cell Theatre in New York City. She will perform in the Best of Writers Read at Vassar on October 28th. Her work appears in several anthologies. Her memoir; How Do I Look? will be published in 2018.


Matthew J. Spireng of Lomontville is a widely published, award-winning poet. More than 1,000 of his poems have appeared in magazines and anthologies across the United States. Spireng has, won five national contests for his individual poems, published five chapbooks, and is an eight-time Pushcart Prize nominee.


Roberta Gould’s poems have been widely published in poetry journals including Confrontation, Green Mountain, and Mid American, and in the NY Times, and in numerous anthologies and translations. Woven Lightning is her twelfth book of poems. Gould does solidarity work for Haiti and Central America. Visit robertagould.net.

Hope and Revolution Concert: Emma’s Revolution and Lisa Gutkin – October 19 at 7:30pm

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Emma's Revolution is the dynamic, award-winning activist duo of Pat Humphries and Sandy O. They will be joined by Grammy Award winning Lisa Gutkin of the Klezmatics.

Tickets $22 in advance, $25 at the door.

Tickets are available from Joyce White and Peter Criswell and online at 


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Amateur Scientists Group - October 20 at 10am-Noon

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Topic: Migration and Climate Change

Presenter: Jenny O'Grady Giddy

Inspired by her recent visit to the Adams River in British Columbia to witness the amazing sight of the sockeye salmon returning to spawn after their years in the ocean, Jenny will present an illustrated talk on migration - touching not only on fish, but also butterflies, animals, and people - all affected to some degree by climate change.

For more information, contact Vic Melville at vjmelville@aol.com or 845-339-3180

Theater Sounds Presents - October 20 at 7:30pm

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Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing

The return of a TheaterSounds favorite playwright, and featuring Marnie Andrews, the play explores “the delicate relationship of three singular women: grandmother Dorothea, who asserts her independence through strong-willed eccentricity; her brilliant daughter, Artemis, who fled the stifling domination of her mother; and Artie's daughter, Echo, a child of exceptional intellect and sensitivity.”

Sunday Matinee Mic Open

posted Sep 11, 2018, 10:20 AM by UUCC Office

Sunday Matinee Mic is an open mic opportunity held at the UU every second and fourth Sunday. Budding or accomplished musicians may play two songs or 10 minutes of material. Our first one was a fun and relaxed event that reminded us all how much talent there is in our own congregation. And it brought community musicians unfamiliar with the UU to our location.

There is no entry fee, a free-will offering is accepted.

If you have a song in your heart and would like to participate, the sign-ups are at 2:00 and the performances are from 2:30-5:00. Please spread the word of this event to your friends and relatives.

Supporting musicians is also important. Audience members are appreciated. So, join us and let music work its magic on you.

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