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Peace Calendar: Comedian Dave Lippman and Updates
On Saturday, Jan 16, Satirical songster Dave Lippman brings his "viciously funny" show to benefit Soapbox, Sacto's only progressive TV show hosted by Jeanie Keltner! There will be two performances, one at 3 p.m. and the other at 7:30pm. The no-host bar opens 1 hour before the show for hot toddies and eats! Tickets are sliding scale $10—25. The event will take place at California Stage, 2509 R St. , Sacramento. For Tickets: The Book Collector, 1008 24th St. More Information: jeaniekeltner [at] sbcglobal.net.
Highlight this week: Dave Lippman at the California Stage, benefit for Sacramento Soapbox
Just added: Film: To Shoot an Elephant, Tuesday, January 19
Event change: The film, Have you heard from Johannesburg? will be shown on WEDNESDAY, January 27
January 2010 Sacramento Area Peace Events
For the latest events, check: http://www.sacpeace.org
Saturday, Jan 16, Satirical songster Dave Lippman brings his "viciously funny" show to benefit Soapbox, Sacto's only progressive TV show hosted by Jeanie Keltner! Two performances, 3 & 7:30pm. No-host bar opens 1 hour before show for hot toddies and eats! Sliding scale $10—25. California Stage, 2509 R St. , Sacramento. Tix: The Book Collector, 1008 24th St. Info: jeaniekeltner [at] sbcglobal.net
Saturday, Jan 16, 11:30am - 1:30pm, Third Saturday End the Occupations Vigil, Fulton & Marconi, Sacramento, 916-448-7157.
Saturday, Jan 16, 7 - 11pm, Sol Collective Open House, 2574 21st St, Sacramento, all ages, $5 donation. FMI: estella [at] solcollective.org
Monday, Jan 18, 6 - 8pm, Sacramento 9/11 Truth: Questioning the Pretext for War, monthly meeting, Denny's, 925 3rd St, (3rd & J) Sac, FMI: afreedmind [at] yahoo.com; 916-372-8433
Monday, Jan 18, 9:15am, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial March starts 8am, Oak Park Community Center, 3425 MLK Jr. Blvd. Join the Stop the Wars & End the Occupations Peace & Justice Contingent enroute 9:15am, Sacramento City College, 3835 Freeport Blvd, Sac. FMI on the Contingent: sacpeace [at] dcn.org
Tuesday, Jan 19, 4 - 6pm, End the Occupations NOW! weekly vigil, 16th & J, Sac 916-448-7157.
Tuesday, Jan 19, 6:30pm, Film: To Shoot an Elephant An eyewitness account from within the Gaza Strip of what occurred during Israel’s attack on Gaza from Dec 27, 2008 - Jan 18, 2009 in which 1,412 Palestinians lost their lives. Hosted by Palestine Taskforce. 909 12th St., Sacramento. FMI: 916-448-7157; sacpeace [at] dcn.org
Wednesday, Jan 20, 4 - 5pm, Veterans for Peace, Sacramento Chapter Weekly Vigil. 15th & L, Sac. FMI: 916-456-4595
Wednesday, Jan 20, 7:15 pm, CAAC goes to the movies: BBC Dispatches: Inside Britain’s Israeli Lobby, 1640 9th Ave, Sacramento. FMI: 916-446-3304
Wednesday, Jan 20, 7pm, Sacramento Coalition to End the War meets. Call for location: 916-456-4595.
Thursday, Jan 21, 7pm - 9pm, Karl Beitel talk on Global finance and the capitalist crisis. Garden Rm, Sierra 2 Center, 2791 24th St., Sac. Info: Ellen 916-369-5510, info [at] marxistschool.org. Free event, tax-deductible donations are welcome. http://www.marxistschool.org
Saturday, Jan 23, 10 - 11am, Learn about affordable non-profit housing. Sac Mutual Housing tour. Victory Townhomes, 1075 Dixieanne Ave., Sacramento FMI: allison [at] mutualhousing.com
Saturday, Jan 23, 12pm, Meeting to mobilize against devastating budget cuts that will hurt people in our community and state. Sol Collective, 2574 21st St., Sacramento, FMI: sac86880 [at] saclink.csus.edu
Monday, Jan 25, 11:45, Prof. John Syer speaks on: The Proposal to Change the Representation on the United Nations Security Council and comments on the 2009 UN Panel on Climate Change in Copenhagen. UN Assoc. Methodist Church, 2100 J St, Sac. RSVP for $10 lunch: 916-454-1567; bdbaxter [at] surewest.net. Program at 12:15pm (free)
Tuesday, Jan 26, 4 - 6pm, End the Occupations NOW! weekly vigil, 16th & J, Sac 916-448-7157.
Wednesday, Jan 27, 4 - 5pm, Veterans for Peace, Sacramento Chapter Weekly Vigil. 15th & L, Sac. FMI: 916-456-4595
Wednesday, Jan 27, 7pm, Film, Have You Heard From Johannesburg? Story Four: Apartheid And The Club Of The West, traces the complex and fascinating story of the anti-apartheid movement in the United States. NOTE: this film was previous scheduled for 1/28 but will be shown 1/27. 909 12th St, Sac. Info: 916-448-7157
Friday, Jan 29, 8pm, Film: Rethink Afghanistan Luna's Cafe, 1414, 16th St, Sacramento FMI: henry.gordon [at] yahoo.com
Sacramento Area Peace Action, working to end U.S. militarism since 1983.
To contact Sacramento Area Peace Action, please call us at 916-448-7157 or email us at sacpeace [at] dcn.org.