Earth Day at Butte College April 21st

The Peace Center is proud to be involved with the Earth Day Celebration which takes place April 21st at Butte College from 9 am to 2 pm. Activities will be held at the Butte College main campus, 3536 Butte Campus Drive on the lower Campus Center Lawn under the solar panels. This year, the annual festival will highlight solutions to current environmental issues with a focus on energy. Students and community members are encouraged to participate in the day’s activities, workshops, arts & crafts, art installations, hands-on demonstrations, food, live music, and much more!

Peace Gardening 101 May 28th

Summer is a great time to get outside and enjoy the fresh air with the whole family. Chico Peace & Justice Center Peace will be collaborating with Colleen Wofchuck, Community Garden Director & Volunteer Coordinator for GRUB Education program, to produce Peace Gardening 101, a fun and comprehensive gardening workshop for the entire family, which will take place different Saturdays throughout the summer starting May 28th from 10am-12pm.

Campaign Nonviolence (CNV): Tools for Change workshop, April 11th

CNV, Chico Peace and Justic Center and Rivera Sun, author of The Dandelion Insurrection, presents Tools for Change, an engaging participatory workshop for today's activist, Monday, April 11, 7-10 p.m. at the Chico Peace and Justice Center, 526 Broadway, Chico. 

*Learn how to weave protest, noncooperation, constructive action and civil disobedience into powerful campaigns for change.

Rabbi Michael Lerner: Embracing Israel & Palestine, March 29th

 

Hodgkin's Peace Lecture Series in conjunction with the Peace Institute at CSU, Chico and the Chico Peace and Justice Center presents Rabbi Michael Lerner.

Learner will discuss Embracing Israel AND Palestine: A New Paradigm for ALL U.S. Foreign Policy, Tuesday, March 29, 7:30pm, in the Chico State Performing Arts Center (PAC) # 134, (Ruth Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall).

Social Work Assistance

Social Work Assistance

Days - Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Time - 11am-2pm

Contact Person - Joe Huntington

A graduate student from the Social Sciences Department at California State University, Chico is available on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11am-2pm to provide information on the various services and resources available in the Chico area for people experiencing homelessness.

 

Anti-war/Ant-Drone protest at Beale Air Force Base in Marysville, 7th & 8th

Please come to either the Doolittle Gate or the Wheatland Gate on Monday afternoon, 3 to 5 PM for the rush hour, and on Tuesday morning come to the Wheatland Gate from 6 to 8 AM for the morning rush hour.

Monday at 5:15. Bruce Gagnon, Coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space will this month's special guest.

Big Event: Cultivating Our Inner Sanctuary, Feb 26th-27th

Attend Cultivating Our Inner Sanctuary event hosted by Dharma Teachers Terry Helbick and Alexa Singer-Telles Friday and Saturday, February 26 & 27, 2016

"At a time when busyness is our way of life and technology keeps us plugged into the suffering of the world, the need for finding sanctuary becomes essential."

Who: Slowly Ripening Sangha presents: with-Terry Helbrick & Alexa Singer-Telles

What: Cultivating Our Inner Sanctuary

Northern California Counties Time Bank

The Time Bank's general meeting convenes at CPJC on the second Thursday of the month at 7-9pm.

Time Bank Vision: a community that values everyone's skills and talents equally and where assets are utilized to ensure everyone's needs are met. The Time Bank envisions an empowering and welcoming community, which is built through strong connections and relationships where all are respected.

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