The Book Club meets at 1:30pm on the second Thursdays of the month. On September 14, we’ll discuss “Noon at Tiffany’s” by Echo Heron. In October, we’ll consider David Grann’s “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI”. Looking ahead to November, read one or both of these: “At the Broken Places” by Mary Collins and Donald Collins and She's Not There: A Life in Two Genders” by Jennifer Finley Boylan.
The last of the Summer History Lecture Series is on September 12th. Details above.
Plato's Circle, which meets first Wednesdays of the month, 1-3pm, is adjourned until November. Until then, Plato Circle attendees might individually explore interesting discussion topics for the future. Of the many sources on the internet, an exciting and stimulating one is the ‘TED Radio Hour’, which has video presentations of 15 minutes or less that can serve as a discussion vehicle. If you want to be included in future Plato’s Circle, send your name and email to Bill Dowling . He will be in touch with all interested individuals to share ideas and for help planning the November 1st meeting..
Socrates Cafe are gatherings around the world where people from different backgrounds get together and exchange thoughtful ideas and experiences while embracing the central theme of Socratizing, the idea that we learn more when we question and question with others. UUCOV’s Café meets every third Wednesday of the month in Waters Hall at 1pm. All UUCOV members, friends, and neighbors who enjoy lively discussions are invited to participate.
The group will not meet again until January.