It was once again an amazing Brunch Talk at our Museum Lounge. This time we welcomed Dr. Safieh Anderson, founder of a hospital in Rwanda. It has been a long struggle and recovery since the days of unthinkable genocide. We also want to thank her husband Chris, the wind below her wings.
Today our engineer Stephanie installed a second sidetrack for our added original steam engine train with some adorable passenger cars. We can now switch gears and allow one or the other train run through 200 hundred years of history one stop at a time.
It truly was another brilliant monthly Brunch Talk presentation on the life of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin in our Unity Museum Visitor Lounge. Dr. Amy Colbert had the honor of meeting him in person back in his active years with her father who was the head curator at the NY History Museum. She shared his life as a scientist, a philosopher and Jesuit Priest with our visitors. They came all the way from the Colombia River to Point Roberts close to Canada. Thank you to our volunteers to help organize this event, including our chef, Cameron.