That’s right, we’re thanking you because every part of Sunday Assembly only works if we have people to share in it with us.
Below, you can find the events we have happening between now and the next assembly, but first, it’s probably worth pointing out the easiest places to follow us on the internet:
Our Facebook page can be found here – https://www.facebook.com/SundayAssemblyBristol/
You can Subscribe to all our events by going to Events in the middle, and then Subscribe.
Our Meetup.com site can be found here – http://www.meetup.com/Sunday-Assembly-Bristol/
Our Twitter site can be found here – http://www.twitter.com/SABristol/
Our Instagram site can be found here – https://www.instagram.com/sa.bristol/
Finally, for our super slick website, you can go to http://sabristol.org.uk/
You can get all the events on there straight into your internet enabled calendar by going to Diary and following the instructions there
Finally finally, we’ll try and keep you abreast of things by emailing you on this email address so keep an eye out. If you don’t have an email address how are you reading what I’m typing right now?
We don’t actually have any of our own events running between now and the next assembly, but we hope you all enjoy the start of spring and Easter!
Instead, we though we would advertise a few events organised by others which are happening in Bristol before our next assembly.
Tree Sculptures Walk – The Bath and Bristol Everything Meetup Group – Thursday 11th April, 10:30am @ Café Retreat, The Downs
A brisk 90 minute walk passing some amazing tree sculptures! If you’d like a coffee first, meet at Cafe Retreat 10.30 am onwards and look for Jeff, (the Walk Leader), who will be wearing a yellow hi-vis vest. Otherwise meet Jeff and co-host Roy, outside the cafe at 10.45 am onwards, ready to start the walk at 11.00 am.
The walk finishes near the cafe around 12.45 pm. Optional refreshments and lunch at the cafe, or the nearby Port of Call pub.
The Meetup event for the walk can be found here.
Apologies for the error in the date and time stated at the assembly for this event!
Ecobricks Workshop – Bricking-it Bristol – Saturday 20th April, pm @ People’s Republic of Stokes Croft
Bricking-It is a homegrown project which seeks to raise awareness about the amount of plastic that is thrown away by households by encouraging people to make ecobricks with all the plastic they don’t recycle.
Ecobricks are means for individuals to take personal responsibility for their plastic by containing it and turning it into free building materials that can be given back to the local community.
Not only do ecobricks stop plastics finding their way into landfill or the ocean, but also reduce the energy it would take to transport or ship them elsewhere.
In this workshop you will learn how to make eco-bricks and how to build with them!
The Facebook event can be found here.
The Women Who Built Bristol – ‘Women in the School of Physics’ Group and the Chaos Women’s Network – Wednesday 1st May, 6pm @ Bristol University The Women Who Built Bristol by Jane Duffus was published to mark 100 years since (some) women achieved the vote and she will be talking about this at Bristol University on Wednesday 1st May.Containing 250 inspiring women, three sheroic dogs and one heartbroken barmaid from Easton, The Women Who Built Bristol is a bursting compendium of brilliant women who helped to shape Bristol into the vibrant city it is today. From pin makers to police chiefs, from workhouse inmates to lord mayors, this book shows that Bristol was built by women and particularly seeks to celebrate those women whose names have fallen through the cracks of history.
Spaces for the event can be reserved on Eventbrite here.
The next assembly we have is our May assembly where we have Mary Tutaev coming to give us a fantastic taster session of Death Café, which is a movement of regional groups where death is discussed openly with no agenda, objectives or themes. It will be on Sunday 5th May at 10:45am at the Trinity Centre, which can be found at Trinity Rd, Bristol, BS2 0NW.
We’re always looking for volunteers, so if you’ve just learnt a new song on an instrument or fancy reading something personal in front of a great friendly crowd, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us via your favourite social media platform.
That’s everything for now, but if you have any ideas about what could make Sunday Assembly, FUNday Assembly, do get in touch.
Buckets of love,
Sunday Assembly Bristol.