As of 2/14/2018 

Thursday, February 15, 7:00-8:00
Candidate Night (candidates for House of Representatives District 22-currently held by Devin Nunes) at Reedley College. Reedley Peace Center is co-sponsoring this event. 
Friday, February 16, 7:30 pm  at North Fresno Mennonite Brethern Church, 5724 N. Fresno Street, Fresno.
CARPOOL from parking lot at 6:15
Discover: A Comic Lamentstarring Ted Swartz and Michelle Milne, is a play about the Doctrine of Discovery, the legal framework that justifies theft of land and oppression of Indigenous Peoples. It finds unexpected humor at the crossroads of justice and land use, offering both comic and challenging glimpses into the absurdity of white settler oppression of Indigenous Peoples and the land we live on. A show about love, and loss, of land, Discovery nudges us to question our stories with honesty and integrity.   
Friday, February 23, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Michael Kunz, Biological and Environmental Science Program Director at Fresno Pacific University, will talk about his new book, Muir's Temples: Climate Change, Sequoias and the Human Vocation.
Friday, March 2, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Joanna Shenk, associate pastor of First Mennonite Church in San Francisco, speaking about her book, Vincent Harding: The Movement Makes Us Human
Friday, March 9 6:30-9
We will view the first two segments of Ilan Ziv's documentary, Capitalism. 
(1) Adam Smith, the Birth of the Free Market 
(2) The Wealth of Nations: A New Gospel?
Friday and Saturday, March 16 and 17
Fifteenth Annual Reedley Peace Center Retreat  at St. Nicholas Ranch.  
Program will be segments 3 through 6 of Ilan Ziv's documentary, Capitalism. Presenter, resource person, and discussion leader will be Andrew Fiala, professor of philosophy at CSUFresno.
(3) Ricardo and Malthus: Did You Say Freedom?
(4) What if Marx Was Right?
(5) Keynes vs. Hayek: A Fake Debate?
(6) Karl Polanyi, the Human Factor
Friday, March 23  NO PROGRAM
Saturday, March 24  My Lai Memorial ExhibitHonoring the Vietnamese who died in their American War.  Sponsored by Fresno Veterans for Peace and Fresno Center for Nonviolence
Friday, March 30,
A conversation via Skype with Matt Krause (in Turkey), author of Heathen Pilgrimage