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  1. At the Movies - Sat. Jan. 14, 6:30 pm, South Pitzer Lounge. “Brooklyn”. After emigrating from Ireland to New York City, Eilis Lacey falls for a young Italian. As tragedy pulls her back to her hometown, she finds her loyalties divided between two nations and two men.
  2. Theater Rex – Sat. Jan. 14, 7:00 pm, Decker, “Monsieur Ibrahim”. (2003; 94 min.) In Paris, Muslim shop keeper Ibrahim (Omar Sharif) befriends his lonely Jewish neighbor, Moises (aka “Momo”), with guidance, respect & affection.
  3. Pilgrim College Course - Mon. Jan. 16, 10:30-11:30 am, Decker. “Worship, Liturgy & Life” presented by the Vogels. 1st of 3; Come to one, come to all.
  4. Samsara: A Global Portrait of the Wheel of Life & Death – Wed. Jan. 18, 7-9 pm, Decker. This non-narrative film, shot in 25 countries, gives you an opportunity to meditate on the human condition. Jan. Pilgrim Place News has details.
  5. Community Wellness Forum – Wed. Jan. 18, 11:00 am, Decker. Speaker Dr. Timothy Dauwalder, Alternative Medical Director & Palliative care consultant at PP end of life treatment, DNR orders, POLSTs, & Advance Health Care Directives.
  6. Woman’s Perspective Book Group – Thur. Jan. 19, 3:00 pm, Napier Brunger Room. Meet to talk about interesting women we’re reading about, including a recap on Hillary Clinton & now Michelle Obama; Obama books on order.
  7. Prayers for the Future – Fri. Jan. 20, 11:40 am, Peace Dove Statue. Pilgrims of all political persuasions are invited to come together for a brief prayer service on this historically significant day.
  8. Women’s March in LA – Woman’s Perspective invites all women & men going to the Women’s March in Los Angeles on Sat., Jan. 21 to meet at the flagpole at 7 am that day to walk to the train station. It takes about an hour and a half to get to Pershing Square. This March coincides with the one in Washington DC. Cost is $9 round trip. Be sure to have a buddy so you can watch out for each other and return to Claremont when you are ready. Come be a part of history!
  9. Labyrinth Walk in Solidarity with Marchers –Sat. Jan 21, 9 am-12 pm, & 1:30 -5:00 pm, Napier Common Room. Women & men are marching for “Human Rights, Tolerance of Diversity and Compassion for our Shared Humanity” in L.A., D.C. & elsewhere. Those unable to travel are invited to walk the labyrinth.
  10. Scrooby Club – Thur. Jan 26, 11:00 am, Napier Brunger Room. This is the first meeting of this new year.
  11. Napier Initiative Banquet Tickets – Sat. Feb. 25, 6 pm, Abernethy. Tickets available for $30 each from Joyce Yarborough, An additional gift of any size sponsors Napier students for the Banquet.


  1. Met Opera – Sat. Jan. 21, 10:00 am, Glendora. The Duggans plan to see the movie of the opera Romeo & Juliette which is being shown live from the Met. If you wish to join them, please speak to Gail during the coming week.
  2. “The Pursuit of Harmony” – Sat. Jan.21, 7:30 pm, Mudd Theater, Claremont School of Theology. Is a unique & powerful intercultural musical experience featuring Michael Hunter Ochs, a Jewish-American song writer & Alaa Alshaham, a Palestinian songwriter & activist. See flyer on bulletin board – get tickets at                                                  


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