UUWF Luncheon ~ Saturday, February 18
"Geologic Curiosities of Northern New Mexico"
Come and learn more about our northern New Mexico natural environment. Laura Reich, a retired geophysicist and currently a volunteer at Pecos National Historical Park, will explain the geologic sub-regions of north central New Mexico that we see every day while driving around Santa Fe or on day trips near-by.
Laura’s presentation points out curiosities of nature in the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains, the Rio Grande Valley and the Cerrillos Hills. She will show maps, simple diagrams and scenic photos and share a few rock hand samples from the area.
UUWF luncheons are a time to see friends and meet new people during the social gathering and lunch. You may sign up by clicking on the link below and sending a message, by responding to our emails about presentations, or by signing below the poster in the UUCSF foyer. (Please let us know if you prefer vegetarian food.)
Time: 12:00 sign-in and refreshments, 12:30 lunch, 1:10 speaker. (Men welcome to attend the program at 1:10.)
Place: UU Santa Fe Fogelson (sanctuary)
Cost: Members $8, Nonmembers $10 (membership $25)
Sign up at Uuwf@uusantafe.org
Santa Fe Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation
The Santa Fe Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation (UUWF) is affiliated with the national UUWF organization that advances justice for women and promotes their spiritual growth. UUWF is an independent non-profit, 501 (c) (3) associate member organization of the Unitarian Universalist Association. The Santa Fe chapter is a part of this national organization and an affiliate organization of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe (UUCSF).
Our UUWF in Santa Fe is one of the largest and most active groups in the country. Six of our members have received the Clara Barton award from UUWF national. We have over 60 members, with many others being on our mailing list. Members do not have to be members of UU Santa Fe. UUWF membership is $25 a year, paid in the fall.
We have nine luncheons each year – one a month from September through May on the third Saturday. We have a weekend retreat in early June. Also, we have recently enjoyed two organized trips – one to Ajijic Mexico and another to the Bosque del Apache in Socorro.
We pride ourselves on being THE PLACE to get to know other women if you are new to UU Santa Fe or to the city of Santa Fe. Our informal and friendly luncheons are preceded by a social time. Members volunteer during the year to help with one luncheon. Each luncheon has a program given by an interesting Santa Fean, including some of our own members. The luncheon cost is $8 for members and $10 for nonmembers.
The proceeds from the luncheons, and the majority of the money from dues, are distributed in the spring to local charities that benefit women and children in the Santa Fe area.
For more information please contact Uuwf@uusantafe.org