Author Archives: Mary Bennett
At our October 21 Labyrinth event, Mary will help you take cuttings of several different kinds of sage (golden, pineapple, regular and purple) to start your own sage garden.
You’ll be able to sample sage tea.
Summer’s lease hath all too short a date.
― William Shakespeare, Sonnets
And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.
― Kahlil Gibran
September offers many opportunities for our members and friends … read more.
In a Globe and Mail article in 2000, Unitarianism was described as a “Pick and Choose” religion. Some people liked that descriptions; others not. Taking that theme, we invite you to “pick and choose” herbs from our labyrinth garden to make your own special blend … read more.
Sandy made this decorative piece from dried day lily leaves and various organic objects tied into the braid.
On October 21, Sandy will provide the materials and instruction for you to make your own as a fall decor piece.
Decorating your home with seasonal craft projects can … read more.
We’re (re-)initiating neighbourhood groups for Unitarians around Metro Vancouver.
Each neighbourhood group will develop their own ideas about when, where, how and why to meet.
How often do the groups meet?
In terms of frequency, they might decide to meet monthly at a regular time, or, more … read more.
Among the activities the kids did who attended our first annual Hogwarts’ Summer Camp was a course in Herbology. All four houses made an echinacea tincture using plants from our garden, apple cider vinegar and mason jars. It’s “cooking” as we … read more.
Those of us who tend a veggie plot on the north side of Hewett Hall are enjoying the produce–and enjoying sharing the abundance with others.
Two of our young families took over a plot (38″ square). Here are Jeonga, Goan and Haram with their first vegetable … read more.
Invite to a CUUWA Event
Monday, August 20th at noon
The Canadian Unitarian Universalist Women’s Association (CUUWA) is sponsoring a free online presentation, and we’re all invited!
Presented by Catherine Strickland, a Non Violent Communication (NVC) practitioner, this session will apply the NVC lens to privilege … read more.
Yesterday I’d harvested a lot of leaf lettuce–some to give away and some to make a salad for the annual Environment team potluck and yearly planning.
I’d created a bowl full and put out with some parsley and green onions and zucchini for people to take.
Just … read more.