Young Souls August 2021 Events
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All Souls Church Reopening
After 18 months, the church is reopening its doors again for visitors. There will be a homecoming service on September 12th and September 19th, which will include an enthusiastic “Welcome Back to All Souls,” fantastic music, and two different, but related messages exploring September’s monthly theme of “Reunion.” We’ll send the registration link for the service once it’s available, and you can read more information about the re-opening plan here.
An important Note on Young Souls Events
Along with the re-opening of the church, we’re excited to be planning some great events in August and September! Due to the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant and with the desire to keep our events safe, we’ll be requiring all participants to show proof of vaccination (the card itself or a photo of it) to the organizer at any Young Souls event. The masking requirement will be determined by the event organizer and communicated to you in advance. If you have any questions about this, please email us at email@example.com.
Arlington County Fair – Thursday, August 19 at 7:00 PM EST
Ready for great food, entertainment, and fun? The Arlington County Fair is a non-profit volunteer-driven event that embraces a diverse community by educating, entertaining and showcasing the best of Arlington. Meet us at the Virginia Square-GMU Metro Station at 7:00 PM and we’ll take a ride share or bus to the fair! Sign up for these and other fun events on the Events Spreadsheet. Add this event to your calendar here.
Young Souls at March on For Voting Rights – Saturday, August 28 at 12:00 PM EST
Join Young Souls for the March On for Voting Rights. It is a mass mobilization to demand that elected officials stop hijacking democracy, denounce voter suppression and ensure fair, easy access to the vote for all. On August 28, the 58th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic March on Washington, we will march on cities across America to demand that the vision of MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech be deferred no longer. We invite all Americans who believe in the power of democracy and free elections to join us. Marches will take place in states where voter suppression efforts are already imperiling our democracy: Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Phoenix, Arizona; Houston, Texas; in Washington, D.C.; and across the country. Sign up for these and other fun events on the Events Spreadsheet. Add this event to your calendar here.
Sunday Brunch at Lapis – Sunday, August 29 at 12:15 PM EST
We’re bringing back Young Souls Brunches! Join us for outdoor brunch at Lapis, an Afghan bistro in Adams Morgan. You can check out the menu here. Please note that we have a reservation for eight people, so if you sign-up and your plans change, let us know at least 24 – 48 hours in advance so we can invite others! Sign up for these and other fun events on the Events Spreadsheet. *Advance Sign-Up is Required. Add this event to your calendar here.
Virtual UU & Global Trivia – Thursday, September 2nd at 7:00 PM EST
Pub night out has gone virtual! Join us for a fun trivia session, feel the spirit of friendly competition, and test your knowledge on all things Unitarian Universalist and Global! Add this event to your calendar here.
Come from Away Concert – Friday, September 10 at 6:00 PM EST
Broadway cast of “Come from Away” is coming to DC for a Friday, Sept 10 concert performance of the show at the Lincoln Memorial. It’s a free event, so just bring a picnic blanket and we’ll stake out a space ahead before it starts. Add this event to your calendar here.
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