|canopy of lights, TSL entrance|
For many on this gloomy day,
the community lunch at TSL Warehouse was just what was needed.
"Keep Hope Alive" was a chili and cornbread feast with discussion on our times at TSL Warehouse, 434 Columbia Street Hudson today with speakers including Cheryl Roberts, filmed by Dan Udell. Roberts referenced a favorite poem, "When I Am Old"/Jenny Joseph, explaining her purple scarf encouraging all present to "Dig Deep. Find Hope."
TSL Warehouse was founded in 1973 and in its current location, continues to offer documentaries and independent films in its cinema. One of the most recent youth programs was the bench project where students learned to build benches; designing, measuring, and visiting Lowes for materials. A few examples currently reside there and also at the train station. You can pick up a red piggy bank at TSL and donate spare change to help keep programs alive.
Over this weekend, there will be many opportunities to get involved in community encouraging hope.
All are welcome; all are valued.