From Mammoths to Flute Class, First Unitarian’s Got It Covered

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.

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