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February 26, 2010

March 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, at 7 p.m. 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.

March 4: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org

March 6: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

March 8: Eugene, 7 p.m., Presentation: Our Strategy in Afghanistan.
“The Great Game Goes Into Overtime: What Should Be Our Strategy in Afghanistan?” University of Oregon School of Law, 1515 Agate St. Room 110.

March 9: Portland, 6 p.m., VFP Portland General Membership meeting. 1st Unitarian Universalist Church, 1011 SW 12th Ave, B202, Portland, OR 97233. Info: http://www.vfpchapter72.org.

March 11: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org

March 13: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

March 13: Salem, 5-7 p.m., MyPeace Project Kickoff Event. A free concert featuring Patrick Dodd of Eugene will follow the Kickoff. The MyPeace Project is a chance for youth and other Salem residents to imagine what a peaceful world would look like and then express that vision using some form of art. During the month of October, the MyPeace Project will introduce all these visions to the Salem community via a series of multi-media events. During the Kickoff event sample art projects will be on display or will perform, the MyPeace Project will be explained and new art projects will be recruited to participate in the October events. For more information, contact Dan Zeit by calling 503.583.2767 or emailing dan@oregonpeaceworks.org. Info: http://www.mypeaceproject.org

March 17: Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

March 18:  Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

March 20: Eugene, 12 p.m: Al- Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

March 25: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!!
Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

March 27: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

March 31: Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

April 1:  Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

April 3: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

April 7:  Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

April 8: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

April 10: Albany, Albany Rural Caucus and Strategy Session.
Every Spring the members and leaders of the Rural Organizing Project come together from every corner of the state to reflect on our last year and strategize for our next. This year, the Rural Caucus and Strategy Session will be on Saturday, Pull out your calendars and circle this date now and be a part of the planning for Hometown Strategies for Democratic Economies. Let us know whether or not you can be there by emailing cara@rop.org. The ROP Rural Caucus and Strategy Session is an opportunity to step back from the day to day of our local organizing. It gives us a chance to reflect on what we are seeing locally, across Oregon and nationally. It brings together your peers from every part of the state to discuss what is working locally, what is not, and how to shape our collective statewide organizing through ROP. Register here or email cara@rop.org to let us know whether or not you think you can make it, and who will be representing your group this year. Info: http://www.rop.org/mark-your-calendar-rop-caucus-april-10th. More Info: rop.org.

April 16-19:  Eugene, First Robotic War Conference.
The first conference ever organized to challenge robotic warfare will be held here in Oregon, April 16 through April 19, near Boeing’s Insitu military drone factory in Hood River. The conference, “Challenging Robotic Warfare and Social Control,” is being organized by the Columbia River Fellowship for Peace and the newly-formed national Alliance to Resist Robotic Warfare and Society (ARROWS). Panelists and featured speakers will include Cindy Sheehan, founder of Gold Star Families for Peace, and Joe Roos, co-founder and former publisher of Sojourners magazine. Conference endorsers at press time include Oregon PeaceWorks, Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, Rural Organizing Project, Peace Action of Washington, Veterans for Justice, Squadron 13, Code Pink Portland, Greater Seattle Veterans for Peace (VFP 92), Vancouver for Peace, and Goldendale Citizens for Peace. For more information on the “Challenging Robotic Warfare and Social Control” conference, April and how to register for it, please see www.ColumbiaRiverPeace.org, contact ResistRoboticWar@gmail.com, or call 509. 447.4250.

April 17: Salem, 6 p.m., Give Peace a Dance 2010. Oregons best peace party, Give Peace a Dance, is slated for April 17 at the First Congregational Church of Salem, 700 Marion St. NE, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. This years event features: Rockin’ rhythm and blues dance music by Kate Sullivan and Company, returning to Give Peace a Dance as this years headliner; the hilarious political satire of OPWs own Dr. Atomics Medicine Show; delicious complementary appetizers and desserts; silent and oral auctions; and no host bar. This 26th annual Give Peace a Dance will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and promote OPWs 5% Solution to the Climate Crisis as well as OPWs other programs. Admission is $15 per person in advance, $18 at the door and all proceeds benefit OPWs project work. Call 503.583.2767 to order tickets by phone or purchase them securely online at www.oregonpeaceworks.org. Please note that the location has changed this year. Info: http://www.oregonpeaceworks.org.

April 21: 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, at 7 p.m. 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.

April 22:  Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

April 24:  Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

April 29:  Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

May 1: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

May 5: Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

May 6: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

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

May 11: Portland, 6 p.m., VFP Portland General Membership meeting. 1st Unitarian Universalist Church, 1011 SW 12th Ave, B202, Portland, OR 97233. Info: http://www.vfpchapter72.org.

May 13: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org

May 15: Albany, Albany Rural Caucus and Strategy Session. Every Spring the members and leaders of the Rural Organizing Project come together from every corner of the state to reflect on our last year and strategize for our next. Pull out your calendars and circle this date now and be a part of the planning for Hometown Strategies for Democratic Economies. Let us know whether or not you can be there by clicking here or emailing cara@rop.org. The ROP Rural Caucus and Strategy Session is an opportunity to step back from the day to day of our local organizing. It gives us a chance to reflect on what we are seeing locally, across Oregon and nationally. It brings together your peers from every part of the state to discuss what is working for us locally, what is not, and how we want to shape our collective statewide organizing through ROP. As we work hard in these last few weeks for Measures 66 and 67, let’s also plan for this opportunity to come together and re-energize ourselves. Regardless of election outcomes, we know we are going to need it. Register here or email cara@rop.org to let us know whether or not you think you can make it, and who will be representing your group this year. Info: http://www.rop.org/mark-your-calendar-rop-caucus-april-10th. More Info: rop.org.

May 19: Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

May 20: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!!
Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

May 22: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR, across from the Farmers Market.

May 27: Salem, 12 p.m. Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

May 29: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR, across from the Farmers Market.

June 2: Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

June 3: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

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

June 8: Portland, 6 p.m. VFP Portland General Membership meeting.
1st Unitarian Universalist Church, 1011 SW 12th Ave, B202, Portland, OR 97233. Info: http://www.vfpchapter72.org.

June 10: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org

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

June 16: Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

June 17: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org.

June 19: Albany, Albany Rural Caucus and Strategy Session. Every Spring the members and leaders of the Rural Organizing Project come together from every corner of the state to reflect on our last year and strategize for our next. This year, the Rural Caucus and Strategy Session will be on Saturday, Pull out your calendars and circle this date now and be a part of the planning for Hometown Strategies for Democratic Economies. Let us know whether or not you can be there by clicking here or emailing cara@rop.org. The ROP Rural Caucus and Strategy Session is an opportunity to step back from the day to day of our local organizing. It gives us a chance to reflect on what we are seeing locally, across Oregon and nationally. It brings together your peers from every part of the state to discuss what is working for us locally, what is not, and how we want to shape our collective statewide organizing through ROP. Register here or email cara@rop.org to let us know whether or not you think you can make it, and who will be representing your group this year. Info: http://www.rop.org/mark-your-calendar-rop-caucus-april-10th.
More info: rop.org.

June 24: Salem, 12 p.m., Justice For War Crimes!! Rally for Accountability and Prosecution for War Crimes. Terry Schrunk Plaza 3rd and Madison downtown across from Federal Building. 12-2 pm every Thursday. Info: http://individualsforjustice.org

June 26: Eugene, 12 p.m.: Al-Nakba has an informational and educational display each week, weather permitting, from noon to 5 pm at the Wayne Morris Free Speech Area on Oak near 8th in Eugene, OR across from the Farmers Market.

June 30: Salem, 7p.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, at 7 p.m. 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.

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