YELLOW SPRINGS — Service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Yellow Springs will be “The Amenity Migrants of Cotacachi,” presented by Anisa Kline 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 3.
Amenity migration refers to North Americans, usually retirees, moving to developing countries in order to enjoy a higher standard of living at a lower cost. In her talk Kline will examine one amenity migrant community in Ecuador, looking at how they perceive their new home and also the impact they have on the host community. Kline holds master’s degrees in Spanish and Latin American Studies from Ohio State University. She has lived and traveled throughout Latin America, including Argentina, Bolivia and Ecuador.
A potluck lunch follows the program. Attendees should bring a generous dish to share. All are welcome. Religious education classes are available for youth in preschool to sixth grade, beginning at 10 a.m.