Join us in Asheville on Wednesday, September 14th 2011 for a presentation on peace and why we are so passionate about it. We will start with a social time at 5:30 and then begin the presentation at 6 PM at Posana’s Restaurant on the corner of Patton and Biltmore, downtown Asheville. The meeting will be over by 7 PM. It is in the back room at the restaurant. Each of us will share who our group is and why we support BRINGING OUR WAR DOLLARS HOME, especially showing the connection of peace with environmental stewardship and why it is necessary that people for justice work together to bring about social, environmental and economic change in our area and the world. Please respond if you can speak a few minutes (less than 5 minutes) about your involvement in International Day of Peace Sept. 21. Please contact Rachael Bliss at 1 (828) 505-9425.
Join us in Asheville on Wednesday, 21st September 2011, from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM, for the 2nd Annual International Day of Peace! Peacetown Asheville and Local 099 of Veterans for Peace, Mountain Area Interfaith Forum and other allies are increasing their Annual International Day of Peace celebration in 2011 from 1 hour to 3 hours, and from a corner by the infamous Magnolia Tree near Pack Square into Pack Square itself.
The Asheville region joins with hundreds of other communities around the world as they continue to dedicate one day of the year as a day of ceasefire from all conflicts locally and globally. International Day of Peace has been observed since 1921 through the League of Nations, and was later continued by the United Nations, adding the goal of the one day cease-fire in 2002.