. . .in February at CONVO'96 in Madison, Wisconsin. The site of our meetings and most of our gatherings will be First Unitarian Society in Madison. One of the last buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, FUS is a beautiful series of spaces that pull in the lush outdoors as an integral part of each room.
INTERWEAVE is a continental membership organization of lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender people, and their heterosexual allies. Interweave is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association.
CONVO '96: Planting the Seeds of Justice is Interweave's 12th Annual Convocation. Host congregations are First Unitarian Society-UU, James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Church, and Prairie Unitarian Universalist Society,all in Madison, Wisconsin. CONVO '96 is sponsored by continental Interweave and co-sponsored by the Interweave Committee of the Central Midwest District of the UUA.
Our Sunday breakfast, plenary meeting, and worship service will find us in the Memorial Union of the adjoining University of Wisconsin, overlooking beautiful Lake Mendota, where many local UUs will join us.
Highlights of CONVO '96: keynote address by Tammy Baldwin, Wisconsin's first openly gay state legislator, who has fought for gay-, lesbian-, bisexual-, and transgender-friendly legislation. Also: workshops conducted by well-known facilitators and activists (see partial list below); a Youth Program for teens (flyer enclosed); many opportunities for sharing and discussion; and much more!
So plan to come! Bring warm clothes and some mittens (we may build a snowperson!), bring your vocal cords (ConvoChoir will sing again), bring your questions and ideas to talk over, and bring your joys and griefs and your heart to share. You will get a map and directions with your confirmation of registration. Questions? Call the Central Midwest District, (708) 343-3478, or Registrar Gail Clark-Taylor, (414) 654-4647.
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