Essentrics Summer Session -- Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m.

Essentrics new transThe summer session of Essentrics Stretching began on Tuesday, June 13 at 9:00 a.m. and will run through early August. Essentrics is a full-body program that simultaneously lengthens and strengthens muscles and is suitable for both women and men of all fitness levels.

Chris J. Connolly and Mary Timmons at Grounds and Sounds – July 14, 8:00 p.m.

ChrisJConnollyGrounds and Sounds is proud to present a very special double feature of amazing singer-songwriters in July. Weaving between two continents, Chris J. Connolly’s music has been his support system and a reflection of his journeys. Originally from Staffordshire, England, Chris spent his early years performing in hometown venues before eventually crossing the Atlantic to reside in his current home on Long Island. Inspired by both early American roots music and modern alt-rock, Chris grew to craft his own unique style of writing and phrasing that moves between sublime, evolving and hook based melodies. To hear some of Chris' music, go to https://www.chrisjconnolly.com/music.

MaryTimmonsMary Timmons is an acoustic guitar player and a singer/songwriter. Her unique style comes from being self-taught. She first picked up a guitar at the age of 11, and wrote her first song at age 13. She has been singing and playing ever since. Influenced by the beautiful melodies of The Beatles, and the lyrical ballads of Paul Simon, her original compositions tell powerful stories of life, love and hope. Mary is excited to be returning to Grounds & Sounds as it is one of her favorite venues. She'll be playing some original music, and some of her favorite covers. You can expect to hear anything from Patsy Cline to Melissa Etheridge, and everything in between!

Support the Fellowship and have a great night out. Invite your friends! Go to groundsandsounds.org for tickets - only $12.50.

 
<-->Humanist Discussion Group - Tuesday, Nov. 1, 7:00 p.m. The next meeting of the UUFSB Humanist Discussion Group is at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 1 in the Yellow Room at the Fellowship. We will be discussing Working in the Gig Economy. For the growing number of the "no longer employable," the Gig Economy may be their only alternative. A study by Intuit predicted that by 2020, 40 percent of American workers would be independent contractors. For a description of the Gig Economy, click here. All are welcome to attend the meeting. For more about the Humanist Discussion Group, click here.