December 2023 Newsletter


* December 9 at 1 pm
   Holiday Party Featuring Women-Centered Fiddle Tunes
    Old First Church Barn. Desserts served by our hostesses Liz Luca, Carole Kelly, Kathryn
    Atkins, and Althea Church. Music by Rosin the Beaux.

* December 13 at 1 pm
   Scribble Sisters – Home of Kathy Wagenknecht

* December 20 at 1 pm
   Book Group Holiday Meeting at the UU Meetinghouse
   Bring a favorite poem or story to share.

* January 7 at 2 pm
   UU Event: The Year to Save the Earth—A Multimedia Experience
   UU Meetinghouse


* Poems by Susan Blandy

* A Fill-in-the-Blank Poem by Kathy Wagenknecht 

* Today’s Lesson by Kathy Wagenknecht

LOOKING AHEAD—Planned Programs from January to June

An Interactive Workshop led by Ingrid Madelayne (for members only—date tba)

Panel on Banned Books

Tea at The Barn with performance by Phyllis Chapman (members and guests only—Head to Toe in the 19th Century—What They Wore, How They Wore it, and Why It Mattered.


Last Night at the Telegraph Club—Vermont Reads book selection and related events, 
including a cooking demonstration, a Vermont Humanities Council speaker on The Red Scare in the Green Mountains, a showing of the movie Carol, and a performance by a jazz band. Free copies of the book will be available. No need to read the book in order to participate in the events.

Annual Picnic 

Newsletter Editor,  Dawn Rodrigues (, Co-Editor, Kathy Wagenknecht. Consider submitting an article, essay, poem. or an announcement about women. We welcome your contributions, suggestions, and comments!