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Calendar of Sacramento Peace Events
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Local events that address peace, justice & sustainability issues are included in this calendar; not all events are sponsored by Sacramento Area Peace Action, use contact numbers and emails to obtain more information. See www.davispeace.org for Davis events &
www.ucdavispeace.org for UCD student events. All events in Sacramento & more info at 916 448-7157 unless noted.   Scroll to bottom for a list of and links to ongoing area vigils and event
s.


August 2018 Sacramento Peace Events


Tuesday, Aug 14, 12 - 2pm , Action against Assembly Bill 84 that seeks to increase the amount of special interest contributions to candidates. Rally at State Capitol, N and 12th St. Hearing at 1:30 in in Capitol Building Room 2040. Sacramento. FMI: mary@couragecampaign.org

Tuesday, Aug 14, 4:30 - 6pm , Stop U.S. militarism and wars now! Weekly Vigil. 16th & J, Sacramento. FMI: 916-448-7157; sacpeace@dcn.org.

Wednesday, Aug 15, 4 - 5pm , Peace at Home, Peace Abroad. Sac Veterans for Peace weekly vigil, 15th & L, Sacramento. All welcome. FMI: 916-456-4595

Thursday, Aug 16, 7pm - , Staged reading of The (M)others, a documentary play about mothers who lost loved ones to police violence, to raise awareness of AB 931, proposed California legislation to limit police use of force. Free First United Methodist Church, 2100 J St, Sacramento. FMI nikki.yeboah@sjsu.edu

Friday, Aug 17, 7:30pm - , SF Mime Troupe presents Seeing Red: A Time-Traveling Musical. See Aug. 19. Free. Miners Foundry Center, 325 Spring St., Nevada City. Tix: minersfoundry.org.

Saturday, Aug 18, 7pm - , SF Mime Troupe presents Seeing Red: A Time-Traveling Musical. See Aug. 19. Free. Davis Community Park, 1405 F St., Davis.

Sunday, Aug 19, 5pm - , Tony Award-winning SF Mime Troupe presents Seeing Red: A Time-Traveling Musical. A disillusioned Trump voter travels back in time to 1912, when her town was a hotbed of the American Socialist party. Half-hour of music precedes each performance. Free. Southside Park, 7th & T Sts., Sacramento. Info. 530-205.0972.

Monday, Aug 20, , Reserve bus seat to Climate Change march see 9/8.

Tuesday, Aug 21, 4 - 6pm , Monthly Vigil for Palestinian rights. End U.S. aid to Israel. & Boycott companies aiding Israel's abuses. Sign petitions for Palestinian rights. 16th & J, Sacramento. 916-448-7157.

Wednesday, Aug 22, 4 - 5pm , Peace at Home, Peace Abroad. Sac Veterans for Peace weekly vigil, 15th & L, Sacramento. All welcome. FMI: 916-456-4595.

Wednesday, Aug 22, 6:30pm - , Gayle McLaughlin, former Mayor of Richmond, will discuss her book, Winning Richmond: How a Progressive Alliance Won City Hall, and expanding the Progressive Alliance state-wide. Time Tested Books, 1114 21st St., Sacramento. She'll also discuss how we can create an effective progressive coalition in Sacramento. Info.

Monday, Aug 27, , Reserve bus seat to Climate Change march see 9/8.

Tuesday, Aug 28, 4:30 - 6pm , Stop U.S. militarism and wars now! Weekly Vigil. 16th & J, Sacramento. FMI: 916-448-7157; sacpeace@dcn.org.

Wednesday, Aug 29, 4 - 5pm , Peace at Home, Peace Abroad. Sac Veterans for Peace weekly vigil, 15th & L, Sacramento. All welcome. FMI: 916-456-4595.


September 2018 Sacramento Peace Events


Saturday, Sep 1, 1 - 4pm , Annual Guatemalan textile and craft sale; benefit for Guatemala Friends Scholarship Program. Sacramento Friends Meeting, 890 57th St, Sacramento. FMI: dforestvil@aol.com

Tuesday, Sep 4, 4:30 - 6pm , Stop U.S. militarism and wars now! Weekly Vigil. 16th & J, Sacramento. FMI: 916-448-7157.

Wednesday, Sep 5, 4 - 5pm , Peace at Home, Peace Abroad. Sac Veterans for Peace weekly vigil, 15th & L, Sacramento. All welcome. FMI: 916-456-4595

Saturday, Sep 8, 10am - 1pm , ChangeFest - Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice, includes bands Clan Dyken and Mentes Diferentes, powered by bike energy; and speakers and booths on reducing carbon use. Oak Park Farmer's Market, McClatchy Park, 3500 5th Ave. Sacramento. Sacramento Climate Coalition. FMI: meganelsea@gmail.com

Saturday, Sep 8, 7:15am - , Board the bus in Sacramento to the Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice march in San Francisco. Sacramento 350.org will pick up riders in Sac and Davis; $5, additional donations welcomed. Sign up. FMI: meganelsea@gmail.com

Sunday, Sep 9, 2 - 4pm , Central American Refugees Are Not Invading Us -- We Invaded Them, presentation by Dr. Duane Campbell, CSUS Prof. Emeritus of Education and co-chair of the Immigrants' Rights Committee of Democratic Socialists of America. 909 12th St. Sacramento. Info, 916-448-7157.

Tuesday, Sep 11, 4:30 - 6pm , Stop U.S. militarism and wars now! Weekly Vigil. 16th & J, Sacramento. FMI: 916-448-7157.

Wednesday, Sep 12, 4 - 5pm , Peace at Home, Peace Abroad. Sac Veterans for Peace weekly vigil, 15th & L, Sacramento. All welcome. FMI: 916-456-4595.

Tuesday, Sep 18, 4 - 6pm , Monthly Vigil for Palestinian rights. End U.S. aid to Israel. & Boycott companies aiding Israel's abuses. Sign petitions for Palestinian rights. 16th & J, Sacramento. 916-448-7157.

Wednesday, Sep 19, 4 - 5pm , Peace at Home, Peace Abroad. Sac Veterans for Peace weekly vigil, 15th & L, Sacramento. All welcome. FMI: 916-456-4595.

Tuesday, Sep 25, 4:30 - 6pm , Stop U.S. militarism and wars now! Weekly Vigil. 16th & J, Sacramento. FMI: 916-448-7157.

Wednesday, Sep 26, 4 - 5pm , Peace at Home, Peace Abroad. Sac Veterans for Peace weekly vigil, 15th & L, Sacramento. All welcome. FMI: 916-456-4595.

Saturday, Sep 29, 9:30am - 3:30pm , Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom California Cluster Meeting. Cost $12, includes lunch. Common House Southside Park Co-housing, 434 T St. Sacramento. FMI: breenabritt@gmail.com



Ongoing Vigils & Peace Events in Valley & Foothill Communities

Amador Citizens for Peace: www.amadorpeace.org  Second Fridays, 4 - 6pm on the Highway 49 bridge in Sutter Creek.  Bring a sign, though some will be available at the protest.  Info: keith@amadorpeace.org.  Website has many general antiwar items, not just local info.

Calaveras Citizens for Peace: asw@goldrush.com

Chico Peace Center: www.chico-peace.org

Davis Peace Coalition: www.davispeace.org; Saturdays, 11:00am-12noon G Street Plaza (between Second and Third Streets), Davis; 530-758-8575; ctmp@aol.com   Also see www.ucdavispeace.org for student peace activities.

El Dorado Peace & Justice Community: www.edpjc.org   Last Monday, 6-7pm, Courthouse, Main & Bedford Streets, Placerville (530) 644-3733.

Fresno Center for Non-Violence & Peace Fresno www.fresnoalliance.com

Mariposa Peace Group - (209)966-4894, (209)742-7891

Nevada County, Peace Center of: www.ncpeace.org  Thursdays, 5-6:30pm, Broad Street in Calanan Park, Nevada City; 530-470-9797

Placer County Peacemakers: scottandellen@onemain.com
Every Saturday 3pm, Peace Vigil, Highway 49 at Elm St., Auburn, 530-878-1332

Sacramento Area Peace Action: www.sacpeace.org
Tuesdays, 4-6pm, 16th & J Streets;  Saturdays, see calendar; 1st & 3rd
Mondays, 4:30-5:30pm, Silent Vigil against the war on Iraq,  Federal Building 5th & I Sts

Reno Anti-War Coalition: stewartreno@yahoo.com

Woodland: Monthly Peace Vigil in Woodland gathers every fourth Saturday 11am -12 noon in front of the Yolo County Court House, 725 Court St. Woodland. judy.tischer@sbcglobal.net