First Unitarian Church of Dallas’ event notices always rope me in, because they’re never (as in, ever) predictable.
Two to note:
1. A free screening of NOVA’s Last Extinction, about the demise of woolly mammoths; 7 p.m. Tuesday in Room 304
2. A four-part “Native American Flute Workshop” series with instructor Bill Tucker, starting a week from today. You’ll spend the evenings of Nov. 3, 10, and 17 and Dec. 1 learning basic scales, keys, finger positions, breath techniques, and Native American flute history. You’ll also get resources for further learning and playing, and tips for picking a good-quality instrument. Fee: $20 (total)
If you don’t already own a Native American flute — confession: I don’t — you can email [email protected] to book one of a limited number of free “loner” flutes. He can also recommend good online sources for buying one.
Meanwhile, you’ll need to RSVP. Workshops are at 7 p.m., in Room 212.