Calendar

November 1, 2009

Calendar_NovNov. 4: Salem, 7 p.m. STIR ( Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization) Meeting. Meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. More information: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Nov. 5: Portland, 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Justice for War Crimes Rally.
Terry Schrunk Plaza, 3d and Madison Downtown across from Federal Building. Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes 12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Sponsored by Individuals for Justice. http://individualsforjustice.org.

Nov. 7: Eugene, 12 p.m.-5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market
. Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting. Sponsored by Al-Nakba Awareness Project.

Nov. 8: Salem, 2 p.m. “If Peace Broke Out, What Would It Look Like?”
Peter Bergel (Oregon Peace Works) and Will Seaman (Pdx. Peaceful Reponse Coalition) speak at Salem Public Library on the future of the peace movement. General discussion will follow. Salem Library Anderson Rooms A and B, 585 Liberty St SE. Free. Sponsored by Willamette Reds. Contact Bob Rossi, 503.838.6676 with questions.

Nov. 10: Portland, 6 p.m. VFP Portland General Membership meeting. 1st Unitarian Universalist Church, 1011 SW 12th Ave B202 Portland, OR 97233. Sponsored by: Veterans for Peace #72 Portland. For more information:  http:www.vfpchapter72.org.

Nov. 12: Portland, 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Justice for War Crimes Rally. Terry Schrunk Plaza, 3d and Madison Downtown across from Federal Building. Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes 12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Sponsored by Individuals for Justice. http://individualsforjustice.org.

sundanceNov. 12: Salem, 7 p.m. Film: “Health, Money and Fear.”
Documentary film looks at several reasons why America spends more than twice as much money on health care per person than any other country, yet gets much less actual healthcare in return. Guest speaker: Dr. Paul Hochfeld an ER physician at Good Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis. Grand Theater, 191 High St. NE.  $3, $2 for students. http://www.salemprogressivefilms.net/.

Nov. 14: Eugene, 12 p.m.-5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market.
Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting. Sponsored by Al-Nakba Awareness Project.

Nov. 14: Eugene, 12:30-5 p.m. Eugene City of Peace conference/meeting.
Join in enhancing and celebrating what people are doing to create a culture of peace in Eugene. First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St. Info: https://sites.google.com/site/eugenecityofpeacepublic/Home/next-event.

Nov. 18: Salem, 7 p.m. STIR ( Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization) Meeting. Meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. More information: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Nov. 19: Portland, 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Justice for War Crimes Rally.
Terry Schrunk Plaza, 3d and Madison Downtown across from Federal Building. Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes 12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Sponsored by Individuals for Justice. http://individualsforjustice.org.

Nov. 21: Eugene, 12 p.m.-5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market.
Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting. Sponsored by Al-Nakba Awareness Project.

Nov. 22: Salem, 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Two events with Claude Anshin Thomas. At 4 p.m. this Buddhist monk and peace activist will meet with veterans and peace activists to effect reconciliation. At 7:30 Thomas will offer a public presentation. No charge for either event and both take place in the meeting room above the Tea Party Bookshop, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry.

Nov. 26: Portland, 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Justice for War Crimes Rally.
Terry Schrunk Plaza, 3d and Madison Downtown across from Federal Building. Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes 12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Sponsored by Individuals for Justice. http://individualsforjustice.org.

Nov. 28: Eugene, 12 p.m.-5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting. Sponsored by Al-Nakba Awareness Project.

Dec. 6: Salem. SAVE THE DATE: OPW Annual Meeting,
Holiday Party and Great Getaway Raffle Drawing. Location and details TBA.

Dec. 10: Salem, 7 p.m. Film — “Garbage, The Revolution Starts at Home.”
Documentary film about an average urban family that kept every scrap of garbage they created for three months. Grand Theater, 191 High St. NE. $3, $2 for students. www.salemprogressivefilms.net/. Φ

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