Calendar

November 30, 2009


For more calendar items follow this link to the Oregon Progressive Network’s calendar page.

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Dec. 2: Salem, 7 p.m. STIR (Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization) meeting. In the meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. Enter through Tea Party Bookstore for stairs; enter through Liberty St. if you need elevator to access second-floor meeting room. Info: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Dec.3: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes. Location: Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Dec. 5: Portland, Noon-4. D5: Mobilization Against the 2009 WTO Ministerial. Noon – Gather at Tom McCall Waterfront Park (under the Hawthorne Bridge) for performances and music. 1:00 pm – March to the World Trade Center, Federal Building and Wells Fargo. 2:00 pm – Indoor Rally and Concert at Portland State University. Converge in downtown Portland to speak out against the proposed expansion of failed “free trade” policies and to demand the prioritization of human needs over corporate greed.
http://www.december5.org/.

Dec.5: Eugene, Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Dec. 6: Salem, 3-6 p.m. OPW Annual Meeting, Great Getaway Raffle drawing and Holiday Party. Interesting speakers, live music, refreshments. Above Tea Party Bookstore, corner of Liberty and Ferry. Free. See: http://peaceworker.org/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post=39 Info: 503.585.2767.

Dec. 10: Portland, 6 p.m. VFP General Meeting. VFP Portland general membership meeting. 1st Unitarian Universalist Church, 1011 SW 12th Ave. B202. Info: http://www.vfpchapter72.org.

Dec. 10: Salem, 7 p.m. Film: “Garbage – the Revolution Starts at Home.” Concerned for the future of his new baby, writer-director Andrew Nisker takes an average urban family and asks them to keep every scrap of garbage that they create for three months. He then takes them on a journey to find out where it all goes and what it’s doing to the world. Sponsored by Salem Progressive Film Series. Grand Theater, 191 High Street NE. Admission: adults $3, students $2. For more info contact: 503.588.8713 or 503.778.5288.

Dec. 12: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Dec. 16: Salem, 7 p.m. STIR meeting at Tea Party Bookstore. Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization meets every other Wednesday in the meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. Info: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Dec. 17: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison, downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Dec. 19: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market.
Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Dec. 24: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison Downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Dec. 26: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Dec. 30: Salem, 7 p.m. Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization meets every other Wednesday in the meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. All are welcome! Enter through Tea Party Bookstore for stairs; enter through Liberty St. if you need elevator to access second-floor meeting room. Info:http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Dec. 31: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison Downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Jan. 2: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market.
Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Jan. 6: Salem, 7 p.m. Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization meets every other Wednesday in the meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. All are welcome! Enter through Tea Party Bookstore for stairs; enter through Liberty St. if you need elevator to access second-floor meeting room. Info: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Jan. 7: Salem, 7 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison Downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Jan. 9: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market.
Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Jan. 12: Portland, 6 p.m. Portland: VFP General Meeting.
VFP Portland General Membership meeting. 1st Unitarian Universalist Church 1011 SW 12th Ave, B202. Info: http://www.vfpchapter72.org.

Jan. 13: Salem, 7 p.m. Film: “Scarred Lands and Wounded Lives.” Film about the effects of war in Afghanistan followed by remarks by Peter Bergel. Sponsored by Salem Progressive Film Series. Grand Theater, 191 High Street NE. Admission: adults $3, students $2. For more info contact: 503.588.8713 or 503.778.5288.

Jan. 14: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison Downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Jan. 16: Albany, 9 a.m. Albany Peace Seekers Meeting. Albany Peace Seekers monthly meeting is held on the third Saturday of each month. Coffee, tea and an assortment of pastries is available for $3.00/person. All seekers of peace and justice are welcome! Info: http://oregonprogressivenetwork.org/albanypeaceseekers.

Jan. 20: Salem, 7 p.m. STIR meeting at Tea Party Bookstore. Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization meets every other Wednesday in the meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. Info: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Jan. 21: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison Downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Jan. 23: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Jan. 28: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison Downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Jan. 30: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Feb. 3: Salem, 7 p.m. STIR meeting at Tea Party Bookstore. Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization meets every other Wednesday in the meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. Info: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Feb. 4: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Feb. 6: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Feb. 9: Portland, 6 p.m. Portland: VFP General Meeting. VFP Portland General Membership meeting. 1st Unitarian Universalist Church 1011 SW 12th Ave B202. Info: http://www.vfpchapter72.org.

Feb. 11: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Feb. 13: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.

Feb. 17: Salem, 7 p.m. STIR meeting at Tea Party Bookstore. Salem Transition Initiative for Relocalization meets every other Wednesday in the meeting room above Tea Party Bookshop in Salem, corner of Liberty St. SE and Ferry. Info: http://groups.google.com/group/Salem-Transition.

Feb. 18: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison Downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Feb. 20: Albany, 9 a.m. Albany Peace Seekers Meeting. Albany Peace Seekers monthly meeting is held on the third Saturday of each month. Coffee, tea and an assortment of pastries are available for $3.00/person. All seekers of peace and justice are welcome! Info: http://oregonprogressivenetwork.org/albanypeaceseekers.

Feb. 25: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice for War Crimes. Rally for accountability and prosecution for war crimes
12-2 p.m. every Thursday. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3d and Madison downtown, across from Federal Building. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

Feb. 27: Eugene, 5 p.m. Al-Nakba Display at Weekly Market. Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th, across from the Farmers Market.Φ

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