El Dorado Peace And Justice Community

Empty Bowls fills hungry tummies

Hunger exists in every community and El Dorado County is no exception. Estimates are that 13 percent or 1 in every 8 people in the county do not have access to food for a healthy, active life, according to national statistics from “Feeding America.” On Saturday, Nov. 15, invest in the Empty Bowls Supper to […]

Empty Bowls help feed the hungry

What: Empty Bowls Supper Who: The El Dorado Peace and Justice Community Where: St. Patrick Church at Sacramento and Fiske streets in Placerville When: Saturday, Nov. 16 from 4:30-8 p.m. Cost: A donation of $15 or more Information: Maureen Dion-Perry at [email protected]   What: Empty Bowls Benefit Concert featuring Mind X, Mark Sexton Band and Madeline Mathews Who: Solstice Productions Where: Cozmic Café, 594 […]

‘Peace Rave’ March 30

The 2013 El Dorado County Season for Non-Violence wraps up with the second annual “Peace Rave” dance party on Saturday, March 30, starting at 7 p.m. at the Cozmic Café. Featured will be Joaquin Fioresi and Friends, as well as DJ Doug Not Josh. This event is open to everyone, and there is a $10 […]

Gathering to showcase Native American community on March 30

The El Dorado Peace and Justice Community announced its latest community collaboration for the Placerville Season for Nonviolence 2013. The Foothill Indian Education Alliance, Inc., a local Native educational and cultural nonprofit, is hosting a “Community Gathering” at its Indian Education Resource Center on Briw Road in Placerville. The event will be held on Saturday, […]

Discover common dreams at the Coz

On Sunday, March 24 the Cozmic Café in Placerville is hosting an afternoon of “Common Dreams” — dreams of peace, hope and joy in the world. The show kicks off with performances by local poets, singers and storytellers. It ends with an open mic where all are invited to join in with their own dreams. […]

Veterans to discuss peace

On Sunday, March 10, Veterans for Peace (VFP) invites the public to a provocative panel discussion titled “Imperialism and Current Military Exploits.” “We’ll talk about how we get into wars, the cost of war, how the U.S. military will fight the next war, and what folks can do to stop war,” said Carroll Nast, convener […]

Homeless confab planned

A panel will discuss the homeless 1:30-3:30 p.m. March 2 at Town Hall. On the panel will be representatives the Community Resource Center, Mercy Way Roaming Shelters, New Morning Youth Shelter, the Center for Nonviolent Relations, and Hangtown Haven. Your questions and comments are invited.

Empty Bowls to feed hungry

What: Empty Bowls Supper Who: El Dorado Peace and Justice Community Where: St. Patrick Church, Sacramento and Fisk streets in Placerville When: Saturday, Nov. 3 from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Cost: $15 per person Information: Maureen Dion-Perry at [email protected] Approximately 850 million people world wide are malnourished, according to the World Hunger Organization — and children are the most visible […]

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