First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee is pleased to present the annual Irma Morter Lecture and workshop with Sara Thomsen, singer-songwriter and social activist, who inspires all to “join in singing” on October 5, 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.
Sara will share ways she integrates music and the arts into community engagement and social justice work, drawing from her 15 years as founder/director of the non-audition community choir and arts non-profit Echoes of Peace. She will speak – and sing – about how song builds and bridges communities, note by note, part by part, breath by breath.
For more information, visit: https://uumilwaukee.org/event/irma-morter-lecture/
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