Vigil each Monday, 5 - 6 PM at the Four Corners,intersection of Kenwood
and Delaware Aves. in Delmar. Bring your sign or use one of ours. Stay
for a few minutes or an hour. Let's stand together for peace. (518) 466-1192 for further information.
September 10, 4:00 to 6:00 pm, O’Brien Federal Building, North Pearl
St and Clinton Ave, Albany. Demonstration to Support 7 Nation Iran
Agreement and a Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone in the Middle East . Please
join us to show your support, Co-Sponsored by:Palestinian Rights
Committee of Upper Hudson Peace Action, Women Against War, Jewish Voice
for Peace- Albany Chapter, Middle East Crisis Response, and Bethlehem
Neighbors for Peace. Contact: Tom Ellis: firstname.lastname@example.org or
September, 27, 2:00 pm, starting at Trinity Methodist
Church 235 Lark St. Albany, NY (park in church lot), ending at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church 86 Schuyler St. Albany, NY. North Star Peace Walk.
Share interfaith prayers, teachings, singing and fellowship. This will
be a multi-generational inclusive family, non-political
event and we welcome your group/congregational banners and
non-political signs of peace. Join other community members to
reaffirm common roots. Suggested Attire: White clothing
Sponsors: A Village, Inc., Ahmadiyya Muslim Community,
Albany Friends Meeting, Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace, Chatham
Neighbors for Peace, Congregation Beth Emeth Social Action Committee,
Congregation Gates of Heaven, CouncilwomanVivian Kornegay,
Fellowship of Reconciliation, Grafton Peace Pagoda, Guilderland
Neighbors for Peace, Islamic Center of the Capital District, Karma
Triyana, Dharmachakra, Labor Religion Coalition, Masjid As-Salam,
Palestinian Rights Committee, Pine Hills Neighbors for Peace,
Saratoga Neighbors for Peace, Schenectady Neighbors for Peace,
Sisters of St. Joseph Albany Province Justice Committee, Southern
Rensselaer Neighbors for Peace, The Su Su Women’s Club, The
Interfaith Alliance of NYS, Turkish Cultural Center, Union
Missionary Baptist Church, UAlbany Interfaith Coalition, UAlbany Muslim
Student Association, UAlbany Peace Action, Underground Railroad History
Project, Upper Hudson Peace Action,Veterans for Peace Chap. 10, Women
Against War. Facebook link.
Monday, October 5, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Meet at Four Corners, after vigil to determine location
Our gatherings here are are always lively and
interesting, with many good ideas discussed among neighbors and friends.
Contact: 466-1192 for further information. New members always welcome!
BNP: Making Music for Peace
your voices, guitars, drums, spoons etc., and maybe a snack to share.
We will sing and play along to some of the wonderful peace songs we
all know and love. If you have a favorite peace song, please bring the
lyrics/music so we can sing along with you. Information 466-1192.
Tuesday, October 20, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Bethlehem Town Hall
445 Delaware Ave, Delmar
BNP Fundraiser: Music Night & Pot Luck Dinner
Pot luck dinner at 5:30 pm
Program begins at 7:00 pm
Delmar Reformed Church
386 Delaware Ave, Delmar
We will begin the evening
with a pot luck dinner and silent auction, starting at 5:30 pm.
Please join us, and bring a pot luck dish to share. Individual contributions of items or services to the Silent Auction, or
direct monetary contribution would
also be welcome. (Checks should be made out the "Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace". The program will begin at 7:00 pm. A donation of $10 is requested. $2 for students.
will spend the evening with friends and neighbors: talking,
singing and sharing wisdom and experiences from our struggle for peace
and justice. If you would be willing to provide a song (or 2),
read a poem (or 2) , or give a 5-10 minute talk on a topic
related to the peace and justice struggle, please email Trudy at
email@example.com. Mark Emanation and Terri Robin are
planning to join us. More information on the program soon.
We hope to have a variety of music and
poetry, and a sing along with the Solidarity Singers, to close the
evening. Join us!
RSVP if possible with then number of people who will be attending and
if possible, include what dish you will be bringing for the pot
luck dinner. Thanks. Send the email to Trudy at:
firstname.lastname@example.org Questions: 466-1192.
Tom Ellis: The Unites States War in Laos and its Continuing ConsequencesTom
Ellis will give a talk on the Unites States War in Laos and its Continuing Consequences. Tom
Ellis lives in Albany and works as a teacher. He is a leader in
several social justice groups including the Palestinian Rights
Committee and Upper Hudson Peace Action, and has also played an
important role in many successful environmental campaigns, including
blocking the siting of a 'low-level' radioactive waste disposal
facility in rural New York, preventing the destruction of rivers in
Canada, creating the community pressure that led the federal government
to clean up the former NL Industries factory in Colonie where depleted
uranium weapons were manufactured, and educating the public about the
just cause of the Palestinians. Free.
Everyone is welcome. Information:
Thursday, December 3, 7:00 - 8:45 pm
Bethlehem Public Library
451 Delaware Ave., Delmar NY 12054