December First Tuesday:  Four Thoughts
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December First Tuesday: Four Thoughts

Tuesday, December 8th
7 - 8pm via Zoom on your home computer
Free and all welcome, RSVP to get the Zoom link

Last December we tried something new for our annual holiday gathering in December. We packed the Barn with 300 people to share a free soup meal and then to hear from four thoughtful community members sharing their reflections on the year's theme of caring for the land.

It was a big hit -- and we think that the tradition of turning over our December First Tuesday time to members of this community to share their reflections is one we want to continue. Of course, we can't exactly pack the Barn this year -- but we're lining up four thoughtful and thought-provoking speakers to share their thoughts on this year's theme: What the Methow Valley means to me.

So, mark your calendars now for Tuesday, December 8th and reply to us to reserve a "spot" on Zoom. We'll send the Zoom info the morning of the event to all who have RSVP'd. We can't promise warm soup and the buzz of a community filling the Barn, but we can promise an hour that will make you appreciate and think about this Valley in new ways. Join us!

This year's featured speakers include: Luc Reynaud, Sarah Berns, Kelleigh McMillan, and Daniel Senner.

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