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Complete Calendar

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  • Every Day, Everywhere. Waging Peace, Put a Light in Your Window for Peace:  "We must remember in this dark moment that we have come a long way.  ... We all have been part of a historic mobilization of the citizens of the globe.  It will change everything.  And in the end, we will win."  -- Eli Pariser, MoveOn.org  Join us in continuing to wage peace and put a light in your window.  See Eli's appeal at MoveOn.org for details.

  • Saturday, November 8, Buffalo, Women in Black weekly vigil, every week on Saturday from 12-1 PM, Bidwell/Elmwood, no matter the weather, there's always good cheer and dignified solidarity.  Women in Black Buffalo has a great new Web site -- make a point of visiting and book-marking it at: http://wibbuffalo.net/   The war in Iraq and Afghanistan are reported to be over, and the dopes in the White House are declaring victory, but we know better...  We continue to have upwards of 30 vigilers every Saturday from noon to 1P.  This reflects that people are well aware of the risks that remain as long as this administration is in office.  Please continue to stand with us in this environment when other citizens report dissent to the police.  That's the battle we must continue to wage!  See the Women in Black Buffalo Web site for additional links and information.  FLASH NEWS: Women in Black Buffalo can now accept tax deductible donations and an anonymous donor has offered to provide double matching donations -- see donation announcement for details.

  • Sunday, November 9, Buffalo, Weekly Candlelight Vigil for Peace,  7:00-8:00 PM , bear witness for peace, enjoy solidarity and good music, speak-out or read a poem in a family-friendly setting.  Say yes to peace -- and no to war, violence and military occupation everywhere.  Delaware Park - Aggasiz Circle Entrance, Parkside Ave & Route 198, Buffalo, NY, Enter Delaware Park at the Aggasiz Circle entrance, on Parkside Ave just north of Route 198. You can only enter when headed SOUTH on Parkside. Therefore if coming on 198, take the Parkside exit, go north a couple of blocks, and find a way to turn around. The entrance is marked by a park sign, and also by a street sign for E. Meadow Dr. We will meet in the parking area about 100 yards from the park entrance. The vigil will be visible to traffic on Parkside and the 198.   Join this marvelous and diverse group if you can.

  • Tuesday, November 11, Buffalo, A.N.S.W.E.R Planning Meeting - open to all - general anti-war and anti-racism organizing meeting - This Tuesday and (almost) every Tuesday evening, there's an open planning/work session at the A.N.S.W.E.R. office at 7:00 PM upstairs at 367 Delaware Ave (above the insurance company) near Tupper, in Buffalo. Contact iacbuffalo@action-mail.org, see call-to-meeting or Call 604-9515 for more details.

  • Wednesday, November 12, Buffalo, next Organizers' Network Planning Meeting, 7:30 PM, Rust Belt Books, 202 Allen, near but West of Elmwood, at 7:30 PM.

  • Thursday, November 13, Buffalo, Fellowship of Reconciliation: Local Chapter Formation Discussion: at The Network of Religious Communities, 1272 Delaware Avenue, 8:00-9:30 AM.  A small group of local clergy and laity leadership, concerned about violence and actively seeking to study peacemaking, will be hosting an open meeting to discuss possible formation of a local Fellowship of Reconciliation chapter.  See meeting announcement and first meeting announcement for details.

  • Saturday, November 15, Buffalo, Women in Black weekly vigil, every week on Saturday from 12-1 PM, Bidwell/Elmwood, no matter the weather, there's always good cheer and dignified solidarity.  Women in Black Buffalo has a great new Web site -- make a point of visiting and book-marking it at: http://wibbuffalo.net/   The war in Iraq and Afghanistan are reported to be over, and the dopes in the White House are declaring victory, but we know better...  We continue to have upwards of 30 vigilers every Saturday from noon to 1P.  This reflects that people are well aware of the risks that remain as long as this administration is in office.  Please continue to stand with us in this environment when other citizens report dissent to the police.  That's the battle we must continue to wage!  See the Women in Black Buffalo Web site for additional links and information.  FLASH NEWS: Women in Black Buffalo can now accept tax deductible donations and an anonymous donor has offered to provide double matching donations -- see donation announcement for details.

  • Sunday, November 16, Buffalo, Weekly Candlelight Vigil for Peace,  7:00-8:00 PM , bear witness for peace, enjoy solidarity and good music, speak-out or read a poem in a family-friendly setting.  Say yes to peace -- and no to war, violence and military occupation everywhere.  Delaware Park - Aggasiz Circle Entrance, Parkside Ave & Route 198, Buffalo, NY, Enter Delaware Park at the Aggasiz Circle entrance, on Parkside Ave just north of Route 198. You can only enter when headed SOUTH on Parkside. Therefore if coming on 198, take the Parkside exit, go north a couple of blocks, and find a way to turn around. The entrance is marked by a park sign, and also by a street sign for E. Meadow Dr. We will meet in the parking area about 100 yards from the park entrance. The vigil will be visible to traffic on Parkside and the 198.   Join this marvelous and diverse group if you can.

  • Thursday, December 4, Buffalo, Fellowship of Reconciliation: Local Chapter Formation Discussion: at The Network of Religious Communities, 1272 Delaware Avenue, 8:00-9:30 AM.  A small group of local clergy and laity leadership, concerned about violence and actively seeking to study peacemaking, will be hosting an open meeting to discuss possible formation of a local Fellowship of Reconciliation chapter.  See meeting announcement and first meeting announcement for details.

  • Thursday, December 18, Buffalo, Fellowship of Reconciliation: Local Chapter Formation Discussion: at The Network of Religious Communities, 1272 Delaware Avenue, 8:00-9:30 AM.  A small group of local clergy and laity leadership, concerned about violence and actively seeking to study peacemaking, will be hosting an open meeting to discuss possible formation of a local Fellowship of Reconciliation chapter.  See meeting announcement and first meeting announcement for details.

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Events Only Calendar

  20031106 WARNING: Calendar postings here are temporarily behind.  ◄
  Check the SHARED CALENDAR too.  ◄

  • Every Day, Everywhere. Waging Peace, Put a Light in Your Window for Peace:  "We must remember in this dark moment that we have come a long way.  ... We all have been part of a historic mobilization of the citizens of the globe.  It will change everything.  And in the end, we will win."  -- Eli Pariser, MoveOn.org  Join us in continuing to wage peace and put a light in your window.  See Eli's appeal at MoveOn.org for details.

  • Saturday, November 8, Buffalo, Women in Black weekly vigil, every week on Saturday from 12-1 PM, Bidwell/Elmwood, no matter the weather, there's always good cheer and dignified solidarity.  Women in Black Buffalo has a great new Web site -- make a point of visiting and book-marking it at: http://wibbuffalo.net/   The war in Iraq and Afghanistan are reported to be over, and the dopes in the White House are declaring victory, but we know better...  We continue to have upwards of 30 vigilers every Saturday from noon to 1P.  This reflects that people are well aware of the risks that remain as long as this administration is in office.  Please continue to stand with us in this environment when other citizens report dissent to the police.  That's the battle we must continue to wage!  See the Women in Black Buffalo Web site for additional links and information.  FLASH NEWS: Women in Black Buffalo can now accept tax deductible donations and an anonymous donor has offered to provide double matching donations -- see donation announcement for details.

  • Sunday, November 9, Buffalo, Weekly Candlelight Vigil for Peace,  7:00-8:00 PM , bear witness for peace, enjoy solidarity and good music, speak-out or read a poem in a family-friendly setting.  Say yes to peace -- and no to war, violence and military occupation everywhere.  Delaware Park - Aggasiz Circle Entrance, Parkside Ave & Route 198, Buffalo, NY, Enter Delaware Park at the Aggasiz Circle entrance, on Parkside Ave just north of Route 198. You can only enter when headed SOUTH on Parkside. Therefore if coming on 198, take the Parkside exit, go north a couple of blocks, and find a way to turn around. The entrance is marked by a park sign, and also by a street sign for E. Meadow Dr. We will meet in the parking area about 100 yards from the park entrance. The vigil will be visible to traffic on Parkside and the 198.   Join this marvelous and diverse group if you can.

  • Saturday, November 15, Buffalo, Women in Black weekly vigil, every week on Saturday from 12-1 PM, Bidwell/Elmwood, no matter the weather, there's always good cheer and dignified solidarity.  Women in Black Buffalo has a great new Web site -- make a point of visiting and book-marking it at: http://wibbuffalo.net/   The war in Iraq and Afghanistan are reported to be over, and the dopes in the White House are declaring victory, but we know better...  We continue to have upwards of 30 vigilers every Saturday from noon to 1P.  This reflects that people are well aware of the risks that remain as long as this administration is in office.  Please continue to stand with us in this environment when other citizens report dissent to the police.  That's the battle we must continue to wage!  See the Women in Black Buffalo Web site for additional links and information.  FLASH NEWS: Women in Black Buffalo can now accept tax deductible donations and an anonymous donor has offered to provide double matching donations -- see donation announcement for details.

  • Sunday, November 16, Buffalo, Weekly Candlelight Vigil for Peace,  7:00-8:00 PM , bear witness for peace, enjoy solidarity and good music, speak-out or read a poem in a family-friendly setting.  Say yes to peace -- and no to war, violence and military occupation everywhere.  Delaware Park - Aggasiz Circle Entrance, Parkside Ave & Route 198, Buffalo, NY, Enter Delaware Park at the Aggasiz Circle entrance, on Parkside Ave just north of Route 198. You can only enter when headed SOUTH on Parkside. Therefore if coming on 198, take the Parkside exit, go north a couple of blocks, and find a way to turn around. The entrance is marked by a park sign, and also by a street sign for E. Meadow Dr. We will meet in the parking area about 100 yards from the park entrance. The vigil will be visible to traffic on Parkside and the 198.   Join this marvelous and diverse group if you can.

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Meetings Only Calendar

  20031106 WARNING: Calendar postings here are temporarily behind.  ◄
  Check the SHARED CALENDAR too.  ◄

  • Tuesday, November 11, Buffalo, A.N.S.W.E.R Planning Meeting - open to all - general anti-war and anti-racism organizing meeting - This Tuesday and (almost) every Tuesday evening, there's an open planning/work session at the A.N.S.W.E.R. office at 7:00 PM upstairs at 367 Delaware Ave (above the insurance company) near Tupper, in Buffalo. Contact iacbuffalo@action-mail.org, see call-to-meeting or Call 604-9515 for more details.

  • Wednesday, November 12, Buffalo, next Organizers' Network Planning Meeting, 7:30 PM, Rust Belt Books, 202 Allen, near but West of Elmwood, at 7:30 PM.

  • Thursday, November 13, Buffalo, Fellowship of Reconciliation: Local Chapter Formation Discussion: at The Network of Religious Communities, 1272 Delaware Avenue, 8:00-9:30 AM.  A small group of local clergy and laity leadership, concerned about violence and actively seeking to study peacemaking, will be hosting an open meeting to discuss possible formation of a local Fellowship of Reconciliation chapter.  See meeting announcement and first meeting announcement for details.

  • Thursday, December 4, Buffalo, Fellowship of Reconciliation: Local Chapter Formation Discussion: at The Network of Religious Communities, 1272 Delaware Avenue, 8:00-9:30 AM.  A small group of local clergy and laity leadership, concerned about violence and actively seeking to study peacemaking, will be hosting an open meeting to discuss possible formation of a local Fellowship of Reconciliation chapter.  See meeting announcement and first meeting announcement for details.

  • Thursday, December 18, Buffalo, Fellowship of Reconciliation: Local Chapter Formation Discussion: at The Network of Religious Communities, 1272 Delaware Avenue, 8:00-9:30 AM.  A small group of local clergy and laity leadership, concerned about violence and actively seeking to study peacemaking, will be hosting an open meeting to discuss possible formation of a local Fellowship of Reconciliation chapter.  See meeting announcement and first meeting announcement for details.

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