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Isles of Shoals Association


Unitarian Universalist

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Isles of Shoals Association


Unitarian Universalist

 

Who we are

The Isles of Shoals Association (Unitarian Universalist), Inc. is a non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to promoting the spirit and traditions of religious and educational programs at the Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire.

 
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What we do


The Isles of Shoals Association (Unitarian Universalist) is the parent company of the conferences on Star Island. While conferences now have a life of their own the ISA(UU) works behind the scenes, fostering community, comfort, safety, and fun, helping to preserve the history of the Isles of Shoals. 

What we do


The Isles of Shoals Association (Unitarian Universalist) is the parent company of the conferences on Star Island. While conferences now have a life of their own the ISA(UU) works behind the scenes, fostering community, comfort, safety, and fun, helping to preserve the history of the Isles of Shoals. 

OUR MISSION

We fund and administer grants that support Island programs. 

We publish works about the Isles of Shoals.

We encourage volunteer participation and individual contributions. 

We seek affiliation with other Shoals-related organizations. 

We operate the Shops on Star: the Gift Shop, Bookstore, and Lobby Stores. 

We invite all like-minded people to participate as members. 

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Call to Annual Meeting

The 2017 Meeting of The Isles of Shoals Association (UU) will take place on Saturday November 4, from 1:00 to 3:00 at the beautiful Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH.  Our business meeting will include the election of officers and board members.  The president, treasurer, and other officers and committee chairs will report on the year's activities.  We'll hear a report from the Shops On Star and be brought up to date on our clergy and conference grants, and other special projects.  Following the business meeting, we'll have time for delicious refreshments.

We will be joined by guest speakers Bob and Julie Romero discussing accessibility on Star.

How to Get There

From the Portsmouth Traffic Circle:  Take Route 1 Bypass South to Beaches/Hampton.  After one mile the road connects with Route 1 South, which you follow for another mile.  At the third traffic light take the left onto Elwyn Road.  Go past the Urban Forestry Center (on your left), then another 1/3 miles to the stop sign at Foye's Corner.  Continue straight at the stop sign on Route 1A South for 1.8 miles, over the wooden bridge, past the Odiorne boat launching ramp (on your left) to the main entrance of the Odiorne State Park.  You are there!