Tomorrow morning, Join members of the Madison East Side Cohousing group to learn about cohousing and how you can become a member of the community at Union Corners. This drop-in informational session is tomorrow from 10 to 11am on at Cargo Coffee, 750 East Washington Avenue. For more info, call Linda at 608-230-6418.
Tomorrow afternoon is an organizational meeting of the Transit Improvement Coalition to improve bus services, get more cars off the roads, and lower Madison’s carbon footprint in 2015! This is tomorrow at 3:30pm at James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2146 East Johnson. For more information, contact Tim at email@example.com.
Tomorrow evening, join author and spiritual ecologist Heather Lyn Mann for “A Buddhist Response to Climate Change.” Mann will explore classical Buddhist teachings as they apply to the contemporary reality of a changing climate. This is tomorrow, starting with a 6pm potluck, and program at 6:45. It’s at James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2146 East Johnson Street. For more info, call Beth at 608-239-1353.
On Sunday, author Patricia Holt will discuss her book Committee of One: Making a Difference One Life at a Time. The book tells the story of Holt’s life-changing meeting with Leila Wahbeh, a Palestinian woman who against all obstacles and with unflagging energy devoted her life to the survival and uplifting of her fellow Palestinian refugees. A book signing follows. This is from 12:45 to 1:45pm at First Unitarian Society, 900 University Bay Drive. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by FUS and Madison-Rafah Sister City Project. For more info visit www.madisonrafah.org or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org