Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Cleveland
What can we learn about growth from a wildflower? What can we learn about relationships from watching flocks of geese on a pond? How often have you seen an interesting piece of nature, noted its beauty, and then walked right on by? Keeping a visual nature journal forces us to look more closely at the things we encounter; observing their structure, habits, and life cycles. This group will foster deeper connections with the natural world, with each other, and with our community through focused observations of nature, coupled with mindful contemplation of the natural world and group discussion about our experiences and insights. This group is intended for all ages, and no previous artistic experience is necessary.
This group meets on the first Sunday of the month at 1:30 pm.
|| Kirsten Parkinson