A Woody Guthrie Sing-Along
When: Sunday, March 31, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Come and be part of a lively afternoon of singing and community.
The legacy of the great singer/songwriter/commentator Woody Guthrie continues in American life today, even though he died 51 years ago. His songs, from “This Land is Your Land” to his “Dust Bowl Ballads” still inspire listeners who wish to sing out about equality and justice.
On March 31, Under the Redwoods will host a Woody Guthrie Sing-Along, free of charge, where you are invited to come and spend some time simply singing your heart out to Woody’s familiar tunes and hear some of Woody’s own words recited. We will be led in song by two of the bay area’s most well-known folk musicians, Robin Flower and Libby McLaren.
Robin and Libby have been singing together for 31 years, and are well known to audiences all over. Indie-“Roaring from delicate to powerhouse, their music is moving, fun, and dazzlingly imaginative...a musical intimacy that is extraordinary.” They have recorded seven albums together, in addition to their work on solo releases. And last year, they hosted several hundred folks at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley for the first “Woody Guthrie Sing-Along” – and now we all get a chance to join in.
So just bring your singing voice to Community Church of Mill Valley and prepared to be inspired by an old-fashioned group sing and to hear some of Woody’s words about this country and the kind of land it could be.
Admission is free. Donations always appreciated.
Adult Conversation - Winter Series
Crossan on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus
Meets: Sundays, beginning January 6, 2019, at 9am in the Foster Room
This winter, our Adult Conversation will continue where we left off last year (although NO prior knowledge is necessary if you weren't here for those sessions). We will continue to be led in our discussion by starting off each week with short videos from the noted scholar on the historical Jesus, John Dominic Crossan. We hope you can join us for these wonderful videos and a great discussion.