8 a.m.: Head to the Bridge Street/Union Street canoe launch on the Marshfield side of the river. Bring your canoe or kayak and a picnic lunch. (Don't forget paddles, life preservers, and sunblock!) Leave the canoe launch and paddle upstream on your own schedule to the picnic and swimming beach at the Couch property in Marshfield. We'll be going WITH the tide- much easier and more fun!!
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. (estimated): Swim and picnic at the Couch property. We'll leave when the tide turns.
12-12:30 p.m.: Start back WITH the tide. Optional: Stop at the home of Ralph and Betsy Gordon (short break, beautiful location, bathroom available). Return to the canoe launch and your car. Take a few hours to relax at home, then come to the Pizza Party.
5 p.m.: Family pizza party – location TBA. Bring $5.00 per person for pizza and an appetizer or dessert to share.
Our rain date is Sunday, July 28. If you need to borrow a canoe or kayak, we may be able to find one for you. And if you don't feel comfortable in a canoe or kayak, we will try to find space for you on a pontoon boat. Pontoon seats are limited, though, so call Marcia or Scott Babcock (781-659-2956) soon to reserve your space. If you have a canoe or kayak to loan or plan to bring a pontoon or motorboat that can take extra people, please let Marcia or Scott know, too.
Every Friday at 8:30 am – Breakfast at Sam's in Scituate Harbor (all are welcome).
1st Monday of the month at 6 pm - Men's Dinner at someone's home.
1st Wednesday of the month - Book Group – 7 pm in the Fogg Parlor
3rd Wednesday of the month at 10 am – Alliance events
Please join us for our meetings (usually the first Sunday of each month at 11:30) and for all these events.
Photos from our Recent Events are posted on our Facebook page! Take a look!
See our 375th Anniversary page!
The group includes: Donna Wilson, Jessie & Otto Slade, Ben Metzger, Aidan Robey, Emily Villagio Grant and Matilda and Cassidy, Rev Lise, Amanda & Addie Peterson and Jessie Yardley
On Sunday, March 26th FPNUU hosted a racial justice event in collaboration with Action Together SE Massachusetts and South Shore Action. First the documentary 13th was shown, followed by Deacon McWhite from Messiah Baptist church in Brockton speaking on prison reform and racial injustice. We also hosted an expo to provide the community and audience a chance to meet with local activism groups. Participating were: Our Revolution, SS Citizens for Equality, South Shore Action, Action Together SE MA, and SURJ (showing up for racial justice). 54 people attended this event.