Wednesday, May 28, 2014

EVENTS: Fresno Center for Nonviolence

Fresno Center for Nonviolence
Dedicated to Peace & Social Justice
1584 N. Van Ness Ave., Fresno , CA 93728
Across From City College * SE Corner Van Ness & McKinley
* Entrance on Van Ness *
559-23PEACE * 559-237-3223
www.centerfornonviolence.org info@centerfornonviolence.org
Staffed Open Hours Monday - Friday 11 AM - 3 PM
Organic & Fair Trade Coffee, Tea, Cocoa Chocolate Available
 
FCNV CALENDAR FOR JUNE 2014

Sunday, June 1 at 3 p.m. at the College Community Congregational Church, 5550 N. Fresno (between Bullard and Barstow. Please join us as we celebrate the 22ndanniversary of the Fresno Center for Nonviolence. Our annual Way of Peace Awards will be given this year to Kyla Mitchell, Gioia Frank, Glenda and David Roberts and Eco Garden Project. There’ll be entertainment too by “Stolen Thunder” (house band of the Unitarian Universalist Church) and also a fundraising silent auction! It’s a potluck so please bring something to share. For more information call the Center at 559-237-3223 Mon-Fri 11-3.

Wednesday, June 4 at 6 p.m. The Fresno Center for Nonviolence will hold its monthly Board meeting. For more information call the Center at 559-237-3223 Mon-Fri 11-3.

Wednesday, June 11 3 – 3:30 p.m.on KFCF 88.1 The Center for Nonviolence monthly radio show will be hosted by Richard Stone. His guest will be Jim Fitz of the Christian Peacemakers Team. Recently back from Columbia , Jim spent the last nine years protecting farmers from paramilitary groups. For more information call 559-237-3223 Mon-Fri 11-3. This is prerecorded, so no call-ins this month.

Wednesday, June 11 at 12 noon and at 7 p.m. (potluck at 6:30), at the Center for Nonviolence, 1584 N. Van Ness Ave (SE Corner McKinley and Van Ness) Our 2ndWednesday video will be A Step Too Far? Contemplation on Forgiveness directed by Paul Moorehead. Most of us at some time in our lives feel that we have been wronged by others in some way. It may be as a result of malicious gossip or maybe a violent act or even worse. How do we react in such situations? Do we lash out at the offender; are we eaten up with the desire for revenge? "A Step Too Far?" investigates an alternative to revenge; the idea of forgiveness. From Northern Ireland to Lancaster County , PA , ordinary people share their real life stories and how they have come to view forgiveness. Leading academics also make a significant contribution to the film. A UK film: 73 minutes long. Free and open to the public. Wheelchair accessible. For more information call the Center 559-237-3223 Mon-Fri 11-3.

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