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Upcoming events

    • August 18, 2016
    • December 15, 2017
    • 19 sessions
    • 526 Broadway, Chico


    Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ)

    General Meeting of SURJ Butte County

    SURJ BC is a group of advocates organizing White people for racial justice in our community. We believe the liberation of all is bound up with the liberation of People of Color.

    Through organizing, mobilizing, and education, SURJ BC moves White people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability. We work to connect people while supporting and collaborating with local and national racial justice organizing efforts. SURJ BC provides a space to build relationships, skills, and political analysis to act for change.

    MISSION

    SURJ is a national network of groups and individuals organizing White people for racial justice. Through community organizing, mobilizing, and education, SURJ moves White people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability. We work to connect people across the country while supporting and collaborating with local and national racial justice organizing efforts. SURJ provides a space to build relationships, skills and political analysis to act for change.

    RACISM

    Racism is devastating to People of Color and is closely intertwined with all systems of oppression. It robs all of us- White people and People of Color- of our humanity. We honor and learn from the long history of People of Color and White people who have been unrelenting in their struggles for racial justice, and ending all systems of oppression. We are showing up to take our responsibility as White people to act collectively and publicly to challenge the manipulation of racist fear by the ruling class and corporate elite.

    VISION

    We envision a society where we struggle together with love, for justice, human dignity and a sustainable world.

    For more information contact

    Cathryn Carkhuff, at

    Cathryn.Carkhuff@gmail.com

    Check out the SURJ website at,  

     www.showingupforracialjustice.org





    • August 22, 2016
    • December 25, 2017
    • 17 sessions
    • 526 Broadway

     

    Starting with a bit of history
    Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) began in 1975 as a collaboration between inmates in Green Haven Prison and Quakers interested in working with youth gangs and teens at risk. This successful, ongoing program quickly spread throughout New York State prisons and then to other states as a prison program and as a community program for people from all walks of life. AVP is active internationally in countries on all inhabited continents. Click here for an overview of 
    AVP sites
    .

    How does it work?
    Through an international network of local chapters, AVP facilitators — all trained volunteers — offer workshops in prisons as well as in the community for all who would like to reduce the level of unresolved conflict in their lives and the lives of those around them.

    AVP offers Basic, Advanced, and Training-for-Facilitator Workshops. Workshops are fast-paced, weaving together interactive exercises, facilitated discussions, role plays, humor and games.

    AVP is…

    • An experiential program, helping people change their lives.
    • A community program, offering a new approach for community groups, social service agencies, schools, youth organizations and all who would like to participate.
    • A prison program, helping inmates learn new skills and attitudes that lead to fulfilling and crime-free lives.

    AVP builds upon a spiritual base of respect and caring for self and others. Though founded by Quakers, AVP draws participants and trainers from all religions, races, sexual identity, and walks of life. Click here for more information about Workshops and other ways to support AVP.

    AVP/California
    Local groups are connected through an informal California collective of representatives, who bring together facilitators to produce successful workshops. They assist one another by exchanging ideas and working on specific California AVP issues. Until local groups are established throughout the state, the AVP/CA Steering Committee functions as the statewide contact for opening new prison and community programs, as well as developing direction for AVP in the state. Click here for minutes of Steering Committee and Annual Meetings. Click here for an overview of the AVP/California program. Click here for AVP/CA By Laws and Policies.

    For more info contact:  

    Justin Lin Outreach Coordinator | High Desert 
    Mobile415-868-5546 Office: 530-421-8287 | Fax: 415-363-9585
    Email: justin@avpcalifornia.org

    Web: www.avpcalifornia.org | AVP/CA NSVSC Council

    AVP Workshop Registration HERE

    • August 25, 2016
    • December 28, 2017
    • 17 sessions
    • 526 Broadway

     

    The Peace Institute at California State University, Chico was founded in 2004 by faculty and members of the community. Its purpose is to present speakers and activities addressing peace and war, social justice, sustainability, reconciliation, and peace education.

    For more information about the Peace Institute - http://www.csuchico.edu/peace/

    Contact Tom Mhoff at, timhoff@csuchico.edu

     

    • August 26, 2016
    • December 17, 2017
    • 20 sessions
    • 526 Broadway St. Chico, CA 95928



    Chico 350: Steering Committee Meeting

    Chico 350 aims to gather people in Chico and surrounding areas from all walks of life to emphasize the importance of action on climate change.

    Chico 350 is the local affiliation of 350.org, which organizes climate focused campaigns, projects, and actions led from the bottom up by people in 188 different countries. They are organizing a climate coalition, a loose group of nonprofits, businesses and other organizations who recognize that we all have a stake in climate change. 

    Connect with our website - Here

    For more info contact Jake Davis at, jake@chico350.org

    Chico 350 aims to gather people in Chico and surrounding areas from all walks of life to emphasize the importance of action on climate change.

    Chico 350 is the local affiliation of 350.org, which organizes climate focused campaigns, projects, and actions led from the bottom up by people in 188 different countries. They are organizing a climate coalition, a loose group of nonprofits, businesses and other organizations who recognize that we all have a stake in climate change. 

    Connect with our website - Here

    For more info contact Jake Davis at, jake@chico350.org

    • October 20, 2016
    • December 21, 2017
    • 15 sessions
    • Chico Peace & Justice Center, 526 Broadway, Chico, CA


    Environmental Coalition of Butte County (ECBC)

    ECBC general meetings are the 3rd Thursday of every month. for more information. 

    Contact: Susan Tchudi at, susantchudi@gmail.com 

    The ECBC gathers together with hope to build relationships and improve communication between local organizations to develop more viable strategies and alliances for a safer, healthier and more vibrant community.

    • November 01, 2016
    • December 27, 2017
    • 59 sessions
    • 526 Broadway St. Chico, CA 95928

    Alternative to Violence Project CA

    In- house Meeting/ Work Time: AVP works in-house at the center every Tuesday, 9am-2pm and Wednesday, 1pm-5pm.

    Contact: Justin Lin, Outreach Coordinator, 

    Mobile415-868-5546 Office: 530-421-8287 | Fax: 415-363-9585 Email: justin@avpcalifornia.org

     AVP through a California State grant, is expanding and establishing a community presence of workshops and volunteer facilitators within Butte County to support local community and High Desert Prison workshops.

    AVP's experiential workshops focus on community building, communication skills, and conflict resolution for community members and inmates in an effort to reduce violence, incarceration and recidivism. 

    • November 15, 2016
    • December 26, 2017
    • 55 sessions
    • 526 Broadway St. Chico, CA 95928



    Beginning Spanish 

    This group is focused on learning Spanish basics to develop understanding of the language and conversational skills. 

    This class is great for beginners who are new to the language or folks who are seeking to refresh basic Spanish-language skills.

    For information contact Ann Polivka at 530-228-1344.

    • November 20, 2016
    • December 31, 2017
    • 56 sessions
    • 775 E 16th St, Chico, CA 95928

    Mobilize is a group of citizens who organize for political and social action to protect our rights. 

    Mobilize supports local, regional, national, and global communities under threat: People of Color, LGBTQ+, Women, Children, and Our Natural Environment. Now. Immediately. Today.

    For more info contact Anna B. Moore,  at mobilizechico@gmail.com

    Check out the website, at mobilizechico.org


    • December 03, 2016
    • December 02, 2017
    • 15 sessions
    • 526 Broadway Street, Chico CA 95928


    CPJC Volunteer Orientation

    We host monthly volunteer orientations at our office, 526 Broadway St in Chico. CPJC's  regularly scheduled orientation is held on the 1st Saturday of every month from 12:30-1:30pm and sometimes on special scheduled days. 

    CPJC's goal is to connect you with the volunteer work that best suits your interests and furthers the work of community-building and peacemaking in and around Chico! 


    • December 05, 2016
    • December 04, 2017
    • 12 sessions
    • 526 Broadway Street Chico, CA 95928


    Human Relations Network (HRN)

      HRN meets the first Monday of each month.

    HRN  promotes the civic tolerance necessary to achieve a hate-free community by encouraging by the most effective means possible: recognition and respect for the rights of all persons not to suffer discrimination, physical or verbal threats, or abuse. 

    For more info contact HRN, at humanrelationsnetwork@gmail.com

    Read about activities of the HRN in this CN&R article: New Complaint Procedure With Chico Police

    • December 08, 2016
    • December 14, 2017
    • 12 sessions
    • 526 Broadway Street Chico, CA 95928


    Peace Panel Project (PPP)

    The purpose of the Peace Panel Project is to educate; to inspire activism; to build the movement toward peace and justice. 

    The main themes of PPP are Nonviolent Communication, Ruses For War, Better World Shopping, Project Censored, awareness of military spending and activities, reinstatement of the "Fairness Doctrine," and now environmental issues. 

    The PPP group meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month.

    For more info contact Charles W., at cswithuhn@yahoo.com

    • December 25, 2016
    • December 31, 2017
    • 51 sessions
    • 526 Broadway St. Chico,CA 95928

    Co-Dependents Anonymous (CODA) has weekly meetings every Sunday 2:00-4:00pm at the Chico Peace & Justice Center. 

    Participate in its weekly meetings to find support and resources for Co-Dependency.

    • December 26, 2016
    • December 25, 2017
    • 53 sessions
    • 526 Broadway St. Chico, CA 95928


    Free conversational Spanish. Join in community to practice your second language skills or to refresh your native language. Free and open to the public.

    • January 26, 2017
    • December 28, 2017
    • 11 sessions
    • 526 Broadway Street Chico, CA 95928


    Career Builders and Counter Recruitment (CB/CR)

    The CB/CR program, which is one of the Chico Peace & Justice Center's main programs, seeks to educate youth on alternatives to serving in the US Military.

    CB/CR meets every fourth Thursday of every month at CPJC 

    For more information contact Charles W. at cswithuhn@yahoo.com.

    • February 06, 2017
    • December 04, 2017
    • 11 sessions
    • 526 Broadway Street Chico, CA 95928

     

    Daring to Discuss- Abrupt Climate Disruption (DD)

    Daring to Discuss gives participants the opportunity to converse about the deep-reaching implications and diverse feelings that come with our changing climate and changing times.

    DD meets the first Monday of every month 

    For more info contact CPJC 

    • February 13, 2017
    • December 11, 2017
    • 11 sessions
    • 526 Broadway, Chico


    CPJC People's Committee

    The CPJC People's Committee is concerned with Center outreach and inreach: communicating with the public and enhancing communication with staff, Board, and volunteers.

    The CPJC People's Committee meets the second Monday of every month 3- 4pm.

    • February 13, 2017
    • December 21, 2017
    • 11 sessions
    • 526 Broadway, Chico


    Community Bicycling Update (CBU)

     Thursday, April 20th meeting will focus on how to get involved with May Bike Month events. 

    CBU meets every third Thursday of the Month, 6:30pm-8:30pm at CPJC.

    CBU's monthly meetings are open to the community to provide updates on upcoming bike events as well as city and county bike infrastructure planning, and to facilitate the exchange of ideas and opportunities to volunteer and get involved.

    Check out Chico Velo's website Here.

    For more information connect with Janine Rood at janinerood@chicovelo.org

    • March 13, 2017
    • December 11, 2017
    • 10 sessions
    • Stonewall Alliance, E 6th between Flume & Orient



    AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION OF NORTHERN CA (ACLU)

    The ACLU works to extend rights to segments of our population that have traditionally been denied their rights, including people of color; women; lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender people; prisoners; and people with disabilities. 

    We will meet every second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM.

    For more information click Here and/or email Michael Coyle at, mjcoyle@csuchico.edu.

    WHAT WE DO

    The ACLU is frequently asked to explain its defense of certain people or groups—particularly controversial and unpopular entities such as the American Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Nation of Islam. We do not defend them because we agree with them; rather, we defend their right to free expression and free assembly. Historically, the people whose opinions are the most controversial or extreme are the people whose rights are most often threatened. Once the government has the power to violate one person's rights, it can use that power against everyone. We work to stop the erosion of civil liberties before it's too late.

    Since we can't take on every worthy case, we usually select lawsuits that will have the greatest impact, cases that have the potential for breaking new ground and establishing new precedents that will strengthen American freedoms.

    HOW WE DO IT

    We have grown from that roomful of civil libertarians to more than 500,000 members. The ACLU today is the nation's largest public interest law firm, with a 50-state network of staffed, autonomous affiliate offices. We appear before the United States Supreme Court more than any other organization except the U.S. Department of Justice. About 100 ACLU staff attorneys collaborate with about 2,000 volunteer attorneys in handling close to 6,000 cases annually.

    The ACLU is non-profit and non-partisan. We do not receive any government funding. Member dues and contributions and grants from private foundations and individuals pay for the work we do. The ACLU, with headquarters in New York City, litigates across the nation and all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. 

    Our Washington, D.C., legislative office lobbies the U.S. Congress. We use strategic communications to educate the public about issues. And the ACLU has expanded its reach by applying international human rights standards in our complex Post 9/11 world. A number of national projects address specific civil liberties issues: AIDS, capital punishment, lesbian and gay rights, immigrants' rights, prisoners' rights, reproductive freedom, voting rights, women's rights and workplace rights.


    • April 11, 2017
    • January 09, 2018
    • 10 sessions
    • Broadway 526, Chico


    SURJ Media & Outreach Team

    Organizing meeting for the SURJ media and outreach working group.

    Group meets the second Tuesday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm.

    For more info contact Rain at lehftbeehind@hotmail.com


    • April 23, 2017
    • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Chico Women's Club, 592 E 3rd St, Chico, CA 95928

    Golden Road Television & Radio Show Spring Tour 2017 

    Sunday, April 23rd, 2017, 5:30 to 9pm @Chico Women's Club

    Live Public Show & Broadcast -"Bridging the past with today for a better tomorrow"

    Where can you listen to in-depth interviews with individuals and organizations from our region ?

    Where can you watch and enjoy live music performing arts and visual arts from the comfort of your own home ?

    How can you become aware of the current issues that affect you and what's happening in our region and around the world to help make the world a better place ?

    Where can you find community members who are committed to enhancing your quality-of-life and empowering you with health tips you can use in the privacy and convenience of your own kitchen?

    Where can you find a legitimate source to keep you informed about environmental change that affects you and gives the indigenous community a voice?

    The Golden Road Television and Radio shows is a live weekly eclectic 2 hour program that broadcasts every Sunday from 6pm to 8pm in 6 counties along the Sierra’s and foothills.

    These include Nevada County, Butte County, Auburn, Sacramento County, Truckee / Tahoe, Auburn/Placer and Shasta County.

    For more info connect with www.GoldenRoadRadioHour.com

    Event Breakdown:

    530 DJ Power ( Funk & Hip Hop )

    550 intermission

    600 Live Show Broadcast intro

    605 Chico Chamber of Commerce Rick Anderson

    DJ Power

    610. History - Chico Heritage Association - Paul Lieberum

    DJ Power

    620 Arts & Culture - Manus (Nigerian Drummer from Spearhead)

    630. Open Mic - Brakken - cello

    640 Gift of Health. Dhara Lemos - Active Movement & Meditation

    645 Allegory Tribal Bellydance

    650 Being Green - Natalie Carter. Butte Environmental Council

    700 Charlie Robinson ( guitar ) - music 15 min

    715. Rahasya Uncensored- Lotus Guide

    725 . Shibumi - (Female Music Duo )

    740 Peace & Justice Report-Chico Peace & Justice Center

    Mind blowing fact

    DJ Power

    745 Local Biz Focus - KZFR

    750 Allegory - Tribal Bellydance troupe

    Plus

    Richard Burrill. ( author ) Ishi

    Mike Hubbartt - Middle Mountain Foundation

    8- 900 Live Music. w/World Beatnix

    • April 29, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • 526 Broadway, Chico

     This is a private meeting group.

    • May 10, 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 526 Broadway, Chico, CA 95928
    Everybody's Revolution: Exploring the Wheel of Integral Nonviolence is a program of the Chico Peace and Justice Center made up of community workshops seeking ways of creating nonviolent revolution for social, economic, environmental, and political change in our time. 

    The
     Wheel of Integral Nonviolence was adopted by the Chico Peace and Justice Center as a way of understanding the elements of peace and social justice and seeing their interconnections. Each "spoke" of the wheel addresses a group of related issues and problems in our world today: community, political action, spiritualism, health, poverty, environmental degradation, social cohesion, racism, and others. Through the lens of Gandhian nonviolence, each workshop will discuss local to global needs in each area and generate practical solutions to problems in Chico and beyond. Additional workshops will be held the second Wednesday of each month, October through May.


    The program is aimed at all community members and organizations. CPJC is especially interested in engaging high school and college young people. Credit can be arranged through instructors in social studies, language arts, history, and other areas.

    The eighth session will be focusing on how people from all backgrounds can come together to create a peaceful and just world.

    • May 11, 2017
    • January 03, 2019
    • 21 sessions
    • 526 Broadway, Chico


    Chico Velo Board Meeting

    Chico Velo Board Meeting is the first Thursday of every month.

    For more information contact Janine Rood

    at janinerood@chicovelo.org


    • May 14, 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • 526 Broadway, Chico


    Chico 350: Public Meeting

    Join us in our efforts to educate and empower our community to act on climate change.

    Chico 350 aims to gather people in Chico and surrounding areas from all walks of life to emphasize the importance of action on climate change.

    Chico 350 is the local affiliation of 350.org, which organizes climate focused campaigns, projects, and actions led from the bottom up by people in 188 different countries. They are organizing a climate coalition, a loose group of nonprofits, businesses and other organizations who recognize that we all have a stake in climate change. 

    Come and help in the fight against climate change.

    Connect with our website - Here

    For more info contact Jake Davis at, jake@chico350.org


    • August 17, 2017
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 526 Broadway, Chico

     

    Pursuing Racial Justice: An Organizing Meeting

    This event would be hosted on behalf of Stonewall's Annual Chico LGBTQ+ Pride Weekend and would serve as an opportunity to discuss the dismantling of racism and other related prejudices both within the LGBTQ+ community and the Chico community at large. 

    The format of this event would most likely consist of a facilitated discussion, utilizing an intersectional lens, with a chance to brainstorm and identify clear ways that LGBTQ+ community members can effectively promote racial justice within their personal and professional networks.

    For more info contact Rachel Ward, at  asgsec.director@csuchico.edu

Past events

April 22, 2017 CPJC's Peace Gardening 101 Session III: Drip irrigation system istallation
April 21, 2017 Vigil for Desmond Phillips at Chico State
April 19, 2017 CPJC Board Meeting
April 17, 2017 LaMalfa Town Hall Meeting: In Oroville & Redding
April 17, 2017 Desmond Phillips Demonstration
April 17, 2017 TAX & DRONE PROTEST
April 16, 2017 Pancakes for PEACE 2017
April 14, 2017 Justice for Desmond Phillips: Poster making event
April 12, 2017 Everybody's Revolution: Exploring the Wheel of Integral Nonviolence (Session 7: Ecological Awareness and Honoring the Unity of Creation)
April 09, 2017 Cards for Incarcerated People
April 08, 2017 Tiny Home Group Meeting
April 05, 2017 SURJ New Member Orientation
April 01, 2017 Whose Lives Matter? Two day workshop on race and relations in Butte County
March 31, 2017 Activist Self-care Workshop: Strengthening Ourselves with Essential Oils
March 30, 2017 Trans*GNCWeek2017 Professional Trainings
March 29, 2017 Desmond Phillips: Memorial Service & March
March 24, 2017 Environmental Coalition Gathering
March 23, 2017 Citizens Climate Lobby Chico Chapter
March 18, 2017 CPJC's Peace Gardening 101 Session II: Soil Prep & Seeding
March 14, 2017 De-escalation Training Workshop with Andy Duch
March 12, 2017 Chico 350 General Meeting
March 11, 2017 SURJ New Member Orientation + Potluck
March 10, 2017 Richard Becker & Gloria La Riva Presents: The Trump Regime and the People’s Resistance
March 08, 2017 Everybody's Revolution: Exploring the Wheel of Integral Nonviolence Session 6: Manual Labor toward Simplicity and Self Sufficiency
February 27, 2017 Understanding Competing Narratives in Israel/Palestine
February 14, 2017 SURJ Media & Outreach
February 08, 2017 Everybody's Revolution: Exploring the Wheel of Integral Nonviolence Session 5: Health and Wellness
February 04, 2017 CPJC's Peace Gardening 101: Seed Starting Workshop
February 03, 2017 Slow Theatre Presents People's State of the Union: Hope & Fear
January 30, 2017 Fred T. Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution Celebration
January 29, 2017 Brian Terrell Speaking Tour: On the urgent need for resistance to drone killing
January 28, 2017 Global Prayer Meditation For Standing Rock
January 25, 2017 Activism 411: Advocate for your community
January 24, 2017 Women's March in Chico Debrief Meeting
January 21, 2017 Women's March on Chico: The sister march of WOMEN'S MARCH ON WASHINGTON
January 16, 2017 CPJC Office Closed For Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
January 15, 2017 Chico’s 35th Annual Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday, January 15, 2017
December 31, 2016 CPJC Office Closed
December 24, 2016 CPJC Office Closed
December 20, 2016 Women's March Speakers Working Group Meeting
December 19, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
December 18, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
December 18, 2016 CPJC Office Closed
December 15, 2016 Organizing Fiber
December 14, 2016 Everybody's Revolution: Exploring the Wheel of Integral Nonviolence Session 4: Spiritual Practice and Fellowship
December 12, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
December 11, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
December 09, 2016 Holiday Cards for Incarcerated Persons
December 05, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
December 05, 2016 Mobilize: Keeping Our Neighbors Safe Task Force
December 04, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
December 03, 2016 Women's March in Chico Planning Meeting
December 01, 2016 Standing Rock Solidarity/NoDAPL Sign Making
November 30, 2016 Voice of the Veteran Speaker Series: Jessie Olson
November 29, 2016 Facilitator Training
November 28, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
November 27, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
November 25, 2016 Bash Black Friday Bash
November 25, 2016 Independence Accountability Group
November 24, 2016 Career Builders and Counter Recruitment
November 23, 2016 CPJC Office Closed Nov 23rd-27th
November 21, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
November 21, 2016 Mobilize: Phone Banking
November 20, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
November 20, 2016 CPJC Office Closed
November 17, 2016 Organizing Fiber
November 17, 2016 Standing Rock Support Dinner
November 16, 2016 MLK Unity Meeting
November 15, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
November 15, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
November 14, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
November 13, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
November 10, 2016 Peace Panel Project
November 09, 2016 Everybody's Revolution: Exploring the Wheel of Integral Nonviolence Session 3: Walking with the Poor; Service and Mutual Empowerment
November 08, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
November 08, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
November 08, 2016 Beginning Spanish
November 07, 2016 Intermediate & Advanced Spanish
November 07, 2016 Human Relations Network Meeting
November 06, 2016 Co-Dependents Anonymous (CODA)
November 05, 2016 Volunteer Orientation
November 03, 2016 Daring to Discuss- Abrupt Climate Disruption
November 01, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
November 01, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
November 01, 2016 Beginning Spanish
October 31, 2016 Intermediate & Advanced Spanish
October 30, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
October 28, 2016 ACLU: Legal Observation Dispatch Center
October 27, 2016 Career Builders and Counter Recruitment
October 25, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
October 25, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
October 25, 2016 Beginning Spanish
October 25, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
October 24, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
October 23, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
October 20, 2016 Organizing Fiber
October 19, 2016 Voice of the Veteran Speaker Series: Phil Elkins
October 19, 2016 Youth For Justice
October 19, 2016 Youth For Justice
October 18, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
October 18, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
October 18, 2016 Beginning Spanish
October 18, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
October 17, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
October 16, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
October 13, 2016 Peace Panel Project
October 12, 2016 Everybody's Revolution: Exploring the Wheel of Integral Nonviolence Session 2: Political Witness, Nonviolent Engagement; Withdrawing Support from Violent Systems, Building Nonviolent Alternatives
October 12, 2016 Youth For Justice
October 12, 2016 Youth For Justice
October 11, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
October 11, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
October 11, 2016 Beginning Spanish
October 11, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
October 10, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
October 09, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
October 06, 2016 Daring to Discuss- Abrupt Climate Disruption
October 05, 2016 CPJC Annual Dinner 2016
October 05, 2016 Youth For Justice
October 05, 2016 Youth For Justice
October 04, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
October 04, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
October 04, 2016 Beginning Spanish
October 04, 2016 Beginning Spanish
October 04, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
October 03, 2016 Green Party of Butte County (GPBC) General Meeting
October 03, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
October 02, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
October 01, 2016 Volunteer Orientation
September 28, 2016 Youth For Justice
September 28, 2016 Youth For Justice
September 27, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
September 27, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
September 27, 2016 Beginning Spanish
September 27, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
September 26, 2016 Intermediate/ Advanced Spanish
September 25, 2016 Chico 350 Steering Committee Meeting
September 25, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
September 24, 2016 Peace Gardening 101 GRUB Workshop
September 22, 2016 Career Builders and Counter Recruitment
September 21, 2016 Voice of the Veteran Speaker Series: Bill Mash
September 21, 2016 Youth For Justice
September 21, 2016 Youth For Justice
September 20, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
September 20, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
September 20, 2016 Beginning Spanish
September 20, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
September 19, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
September 18, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
September 15, 2016 Organizing Fiber
September 14, 2016 Everybody's Revolution: Building and Nurturing Community and Interdependence
September 14, 2016 Youth For Justice
September 14, 2016 Money Committee Meeting
September 14, 2016 Youth for Justice
September 13, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
September 13, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
September 13, 2016 Beginning Spanish
September 13, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
September 12, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
September 12, 2016 Human Relations Network Meeting
September 11, 2016 Chico 350.org: Water is Life, Standing With Standing Rock
September 11, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
September 08, 2016 Peace Panel Project
September 07, 2016 Youth For Justice
September 07, 2016 Youth For Justice
September 06, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) Meeting
September 06, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
September 06, 2016 Beginning Spanish
September 06, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
September 05, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
September 04, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
September 04, 2016 Office Closed
September 03, 2016 Volunteer Orientation
September 01, 2016 Daring to Discuss- Abrupt Climate Disruption
August 31, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 31, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 30, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
August 30, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
August 30, 2016 Beginning Spanish
August 30, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
August 29, 2016 Chico 350's SOOT Meeting (subcommittee on oil trains)
August 29, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
August 28, 2016 Creating a Culture of Peace: Workshop by Scott Brown
August 27, 2016 Peace Gardening 101 GRUB Workshop
August 26, 2016 ACLU (General Meeting)
August 25, 2016 Career Builders and Counter Recruitment
August 24, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 24, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 23, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
August 23, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
August 23, 2016 Beginning Spanish
August 23, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
August 22, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
August 21, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
August 18, 2016 Organizing Fiber
August 18, 2016 AVP-CYC Program Planning Meeting
August 17, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 17, 2016 Chico 350's SOOT Meeting (subcommittee on oil trains)
August 17, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 16, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
August 16, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
August 16, 2016 Beginning Spanish (CANCELLED FOR 8-16-16)
August 16, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
August 15, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
August 14, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
August 11, 2016 Chico Time Bank
August 11, 2016 Peace Panel Project
August 10, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 10, 2016 Program Committee Meeting
August 10, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 09, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
August 09, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
August 09, 2016 Beginning Spanish
August 09, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
August 08, 2016 ACLU
August 08, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
August 07, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
August 06, 2016 August Activist Movie Night, August 6th, 13th & 20th
August 06, 2016 Volunteer Orientation
August 04, 2016 Daring to Discuss- Abrupt Climate Disruption
August 03, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 03, 2016 Youth For Justice
August 02, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
August 02, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
August 02, 2016 Beginning Spanish
August 02, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
August 01, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
July 31, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
July 28, 2016 Career Builders and Counter Recruitment
July 27, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 27, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 26, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
July 26, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
July 26, 2016 Beginning Spanish
July 26, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
July 25, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
July 25, 2016 Chico 350 SOOT Meeting
July 24, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
July 21, 2016 Organizing Fiber
July 20, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 20, 2016 Chico Peace Podcast Live Stream
July 20, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 19, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting (Cancelled)
July 19, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
July 19, 2016 Beginning Spanish
July 19, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
July 18, 2016 CPJC Board Meeting
July 18, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
July 17, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
July 16, 2016 Peace Gardening CANCELLED!!
July 14, 2016 Chico Time Bank
July 14, 2016 Peace Panel Project
July 13, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 13, 2016 Program Committee Meeting
July 13, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 12, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
July 12, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
July 12, 2016 Beginning Spanish CANCELED!
July 12, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
July 11, 2016 ACLU
July 11, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
July 11, 2016 Social Work Assistance
July 10, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
July 07, 2016 Daring to Discuss- Abrupt Climate Disruption
July 06, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 06, 2016 Youth For Justice
July 05, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
July 05, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
July 05, 2016 Beginning Spanish
July 05, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
July 04, 2016 CP&J CENTER CLOSED FOR 4TH OF JULY
July 03, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
July 02, 2016 Volunteer Orientation
July 01, 2016 Oil Trains Meeting
June 29, 2016 Youth For Justice
June 28, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
June 28, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
June 28, 2016 Beginning Spanish CANCELED!
June 28, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
June 27, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
June 27, 2016 Social Work Assistance
June 26, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
June 25, 2016 Al-Anon Meeting
June 25, 2016 Peace Gardening 101 GRUB Workshop
June 23, 2016 Career Builders and Counter Recruitment
June 22, 2016 Logic Based Parenting
June 22, 2016 Youth For Justice
June 21, 2016 Chico Housing Action Team Meeting
June 21, 2016 Safe Space (SS) Meeting
June 21, 2016 Beginning Spanish
June 21, 2016 Alternatives to Violence Project
June 20, 2016 Intermediate/ Advance Spanish
June 19, 2016 Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA)
June 11, 2016 Career Builders
June 07, 2016 Beginning Spanish Conversation
June 04, 2016 Volunteer Orientation
May 31, 2016 Beginning Spanish Conversation
May 24, 2016 Beginning Spanish Conversation

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