Calendar

As of 7/11/2019

Friday, July 12, 6:30-8:30
Movie:  Buck           2011    PG      1 hr  29 min      Subtitles
Master horseman Buck Brannaman, inspiration for The Horse Whisperer, reveals details of his troubled childhood and how our communication with our animal companions can teach us lessons about how we relate to fellow human beings.
 
Also occurring on Friday (this is from Hope NIsly)
I would like to suggest that this Friday night, the Peace Center does not have it's meeting and that people join the national Lights for Liberty vigils that are being held. One is scheduled for Fresno at 7 p.m. at the corner of Nees and Blackstone. It is a candlelight vigil to draw attention to the inhumane treatment of people at the border.  It is important to have as many people as possible to come out across the country to protest and to  provide witness to our collective objections to the atrocities on the border. The irreparable harm being done to families, to children, to already-traumatized adults needs our loud and concerted chorus of "THIS CANNOT CONTINUE." We need to be voices for safety and compassion. This is NOT a partisan issue, nor is it an issue of immigration. It is about how we abuse those who are coming LEGALLY to seek refuge.
 
Friday, August 2, 6:30-8:30
Speaker: Mitchel Cohen.    Topic:  The Fight Against Monsanto's Roundup: The Politics of Pesticides