Peace calendar
From: Charles Underwood (
Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2008 21:52:51 -0700 (PDT)
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Peace Calendar for April 6, 2008
   Eyewitness Iraq account: Sami Rasouli talks mentioned below.
   Speaker: Desmond Tutu on Friday.
   Puppets: "When We Look" at Intermedia.
   Dance: "Social Movements" ballet at St Kate's.

1/26 to 5/4, Minnesota History Center hosts exhibit "The Enemy Within:
Terror in America - 1776 to Today," detailing responses to attacks from a
Washington kidnap plot to the World Trade Center attack, $8 adults, MN
History Center, 345 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul. or

2/29 to 4/10, film "The Band's Visit" about an Egyptian police band that
gets lost and ends up in a remote Israeli town, with deadpan but funny
consequences, Edina Cinema, 3911 W 50th St, Edina.

3/7 to 4/10, film "The Counterfeiters" about a group of counterfeiters held
in Nazi concentration camps and forced to produce British and other
banknotes, Edina Cinema, 3911 W 50th St, Edina.

4/3 to 4/6 and 4/10 to 4/13, 8 pm,"When We Look," showing through movement,
music, puppetry and storytelling, the realities that woman face during war
or civil strife, Intermedia Arts, 2822 Lyndale Ave S, Mpls.  Panel
discussions 4/5 and 4/12.)  $18.
Reservations at 612-871-4444.

4/4 to 4/12 (8 pm) and 4/13 (3 pm), James Sewell Ballet presents "Social
Movements: 'Burning the War' (Anti-War Dance) and More," College of St
Catherine, O'Shaughnessy Auditorium, 2004 Randolph Ave, St Paul.
651-690-6700.  ("Burning for Peace" is based on the 1965 self-immolation of
31-year-old Quaker Norman Morrison, in front of the Pentagon.)

4/4 to 4/10, film "Caramel" about 5 women who regularly meet in a Beirut
beauty salon and their various lives, Edina Cinema,  3911 W 50th St, Edina.

Sunday, 4/6, 2 pm, mnpACT sponsors convention training for those elected to
the congressional district and state convention, Heritage Library, 20085
Heritage Dr, Lakeville.

Sunday, 4/6, 6 pm, Coalition for Palestinian Rights sponsors demonstration
against the powerful Zionist lobby AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs
Committee), Marriott Mpls West, 9960 Wayzata Blvd, St Louis Park.

Sunday, 4/6, 7 pm, documentary "Dreaming in Morocco" about lives and hopes
of young Moroccans, Black Dog Cafe, 308 Prince St, St Paul.

Monday, 4/7, noon to 1:30 pm, Islamic Center of Minnesota sponsors a
discussion on Concept of Justice in Three Religions (Muslim, Christian,
Jewish), Islamic Center of MN, 1401 Gardena Ave NE, Fridley.

Monday, 4/7, 12:30 pm, Harvard prof Dr Lobsang Sangay speaks on the status
of Tibet, human rights under Chinese occupation, and the Beijing Olympics,
room 332 (President's Room), Coffman Memorial Union, U of M East Bank, Mpls.

Monday, 4/7, 4 to 5:30 pm, Duke university prof Diane Nelson talks about
"Who Counts?  Reckoning the Aftermath of War in Guatemala," room 35 of the
HH Humphrey Center, 301 - 19th Ave S, Mpls.

Monday, 4/7, 5:30 pm, Harvard Law fellow Lobsang Sangay speaks on "Beijing
Olympics and Tibet: Oppression or Opportunity?" Kay Fredericks Room, Klas
Center, 1536 Hewitt Ave, St Paul.

Tuesday, 4/8, 11 to 11:30 am, peace and sustainability candidate for the
U.S. Senate Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer appears on "Conversations with Al
McFarlane," KFAI radio, 90.3 FM (Mpls) or 106.7 FM (St Paul).

Tuesday, 4/8, noon to 1 pm, Mary Ellingen, Rosalyn Park and Cheryl Thomas of
the Advocates for Human Rights speak on "Transforming Laws and Lives: 15
Years of Global Reform" in women's rights, Brigs and Morgan, MN Room, 2d200
IDS Center , 80 S 8th St, Mpls.  CLE credit available. or 612-341-3302 ext 107 (free, but registration

Tuesday, 4/8, 2:45 pm (march), 3:30 to 6:30 (rally), River Falls Anti-War
Coalition sponsors march from River Falls Public Library, 140 Union St, to
University Center Mall at the UWRF, with live music, free food, veteran and
activist speakers, River Falls, Wisconsin.

Tuesday, 4/8, 3:30 pm, Haifa prof Michael Eppel speaks on "50 Years of
Israeli History,"  room 125, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, U of M
Mpls Campus, 315 Pillsbury Dr SE, Mpls. or 612-624-4914.

Tuesday, 4/8, 7 pm, documentary film "Rethinking 9/11: Why Truth and
Reconciliation are Better Strategies than Global War," Roseville Library,
corner Hamline Ave and County Rd B, Roseville.  dorijj [at]

Tuesday, 4/8, 7:30 pm, reading and program from the new book "Cost of
Freedom" with poet Leigh Herrick, Gulf War I vet and photographer Chante
Wolf and pastor Henry Bechthold, 1666 Coffman Condominium (on Larpenteur
east of 280 and just west of Cleveland), St Paul.  prairiepoet48 [at]

4/8 or 4/10, evening hours, Arabic classes from beginning to rather advanced
in NE Mpls. Information at
Wednesday, 4/9, 4 pm, UC Santa Barbara sociology prof Mark Juergensmeyer, an
expert on religious violence, conflict resolution and South Asian religion
and politics, speaks on "Global Rebellion: Religious Challenges to the
Secular State," Wilkins Room 215 Humphrey Center, 301 - 19th Ave S, West
Bank U of M, Mpls.

Wednesday, 4/9, 6:30 to 9 pm, peace and sustainability candidate for the
U.S. Senate Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer speaks at DFL CD 3 "Unity Social," Medina
Ballroom, 500 Highway 55, Medina.

Thursday, 4/10, 4 pm, Georgetown U prof Andrew S Natsios, who has managed
USAID's reconstruction programs in Afghanistan, Iraq and Sudan,  speaks at
Humphrey Institute's Cowles Auditorium, 301 - 19th Ave S, West Bank U of M,

Thursday, 4/10, 7 pm, Alexandra Spieldoch of the Institute for Agriculture
and Trade Policy speaks on "Globalization: Its Impact on Our Food System and
Food Security Worldwide," Parish Community of St Joseph, 8701 - 36th Ave N,
New Hope.  nwn4p [at] or Eileen at 763-545-2296.

Thursday, 4/10, 7 pm, Marjane Satrapi, author of the graphic novel
Persepolis which was basis of the animated film, speaks at Century College
Theater, 3300 Century Ave N,White Bear Lake.  Required (free) tickets from
sue.klecker [at] or 651-773-1792.

Friday, 4/11, 4:15 to 5:30 pm, vigil to end US military/political support of
the Israeli occupation of Palestine, corner Summit and Snelling, St Paul.

Friday, 4/11, 6:30 pm Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet's 11th day prayer
for peace, 1890 Randolph Ave, St Paul. or 651-690-7079.

Friday, 4/11, 7 pm,  Nobel Peace laureat Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks on
"Making Friends Out of Enemies" at the 2008 PeaceJam, Minneapolis Convention
Center auditorium, 1301 - 2nd Ave S, Mpls.  Tickets $50 (plus handling) from
Chesay Colson at chesay.colson [at] or 651-793-1816.

4/11 to 4/13, conference "Voting Justice, Voting Hope: Progressive Faith
Taking Action," with Jim Wallis, Rabbi Michael Lerner and Ray Suarez,
Plymouth Church, 1900 Nicollet Ave (at Franklin), Mpls.  $95 for whole
conference until 4/4.  Details at

4/12 (8 pm) and 4/13 (7 pm) Rose Ensemble sings "Peace Among the Nations:
Abraham in Judaism, Christianity and Islam," Macalester Plymouth United
Church, 1658 Lincoln Ave, St Paul.  $20 general seating.

4/12 and 4/13, all day PeaceJam conference at Metro State University, with
theme of "Making Friends Out of our Enemies," St Paul.

Saturday, 4/12, 5 pm, Communities United Against Police Brutality hosts a
training on knowing your rights in police encounters, Arise Books, 2441
Lyndale Ave S, Mpls.

Sunday, 4/13, 6 to 8:30 pm, Veterans for Peace chapter 27 meets, St Stephens
Church, 2123 Clinton Ave S, Mpls.  (Ring bell on north door.)  John Varone

Sunday, 4/13, 3 to 4 pm, peace and sustainability candidate for the U.S.
Senate Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer interviews with James Mayer on Air America
radio, 950 AM.

Monday, 4/14, 9:30 am, Rabbi Michael Lerner speaks to legislators and public
officials in room 118, State Capitol Building, 75 Rev Dr ML King Blvd, St
Paul.  Dickemail [at] or 952-476-6126.

Monday, 4/14, 6:30 social hour, 7 pm, monthly meeting Network of Spiritual
Progressives, viewing Barack Obama's entire speech on race, followed by
discussion led by Rev Jim Gertmenian, Rev David Belton and others, Plymouth
Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet, Mpls.

Tuesday, 4/15, 10:30 to noon, Bobbie Wrenn Banks speaks on "Our Nation's
Checkbook," examining the 2008 budget as a moral document and what it says
about our values, especially the $502 billion military budget, MN Women's
Building, 550 Rice St, St Paul.

Tuesday, 4/15, 11 to noon, peace and sustainability candidate for the U.S.
Senate Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer interviews with Gary Eichten on Minnesota
Public Radio, 91.9 FM.

Tuesday, 4/15, 7:30 pm, documentary "Standard Operating Procedure" by Errol
Morris (Thin Blue Line, Fog of War) about the stories behind the Abu Ghraib
torture photos, $12, Walker Art Center, 1750 Hennepin, Mpls.  Tickets now on
sale, 612-375-7588.  (Scheduled to open at the Lagoon in Uptown Mpls on May

Tuesday, 4/15, 7:30 pm, James Howard Kunstler discusses his novel "World
Made by Hand" about life after the end of the fossil fuel economy, 3038
Hennepin Ave S, Mpls.  info [at] or 612-822-4611.

Tuesday, 4/15, deadline to donate books that are gently used and worth
reading, proceeds to go to the campaigns of U.S. Senate peace candidate Jack
Nelson-Pallmeyer and Barack Obama.  Leave books in bags or boxes on the
front porch of 4155 Garfield Ave S, Mpls.  Questions to Betty Tisel

Wednesday, 4/16, 9 am to 4 pm, the Dalai Lama, Jon Kabat-Zinn and others
speak on the medical effects of meditation, May Clinic, Rochester.  Details

Wednesday, 4/16, 6:30 pm, Red Wing Vets for Peace meet at home of John and
Marybess Goeppinger to plan July 12 Pigstock retreat and August 31 RNC
march, 1008 W 3rd St, Red Wing.  tuvecino [at]

Thursday, 4/17, noon to 1 pm, U of M Human Rights Program director Barbara
Frey and trial lawyer James Dorsey speak on "U.S. Exceptionalism Regarding
Human Rights and Humanitarian Norms," Fredrickson & Byron PA, U.S. Bank
Plaza, 200 6th St, Suite 4000, Mpls.  One CLE credit.

Thursday, 4/17, 4 pm, Islamic Relief president Hany El-Banna speaks on "The
Global Role of Muslims in Humanitarian Aid," Humphrey Institute's Cowles
Auditorium, 301 - 19th Ave S, West Bank U of M, Mpls.

Thursday, 4/17, 7 pm, MN Iraq Vets Against War present "Winter Soldier,"
about testimony from Iraq/Afghanistan vets, Valley Community Presbyterian
Church, 3100 Lilac Dr N, Golden Valley. barbara.johnston [at] or
Carole at 763-546-5363.

Thursday, 4/17, 7 pm, Global Solutions presents "Building a World Beyond
War"  with video of the village Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam of Arab and
Jewish members, followed by discussion lead by Polly Mann, Hennepin Ave
United Methodist Church, 511 Groveland Ave (at Lyndale & Hennepin), Mpls.

4/17 to 5/3, times and locations at,
documentary "Red Elvis," about singer/cowboy/activist/sometime filmmaker
Dean Reed, who spent 10 days in Hannepin County jail on a hunger strike with
Marv Davidov. Reed had defected to East Germany.  (Part of annual
International Film Festival.)

Friday, 4/18, 3:30 to 5:30 pm, human rights lawyer Marc Falkoff speaks about
the book he edited called "Poems from Guantanamo: the Detainees Speak,"
mostly written on styrofoam cups, room 125, Nolte Center for Continuing
Education, U of M Mpls Campus, 315 Pillsbury Dr SE, Mpls. or 612-626-5054.

Friday, 4/18, 6 pm, concert of Persian classic music on the Daf and Tar,
with accompanying vocals, with Alda Shahghasemi and Amirhossein Klana, Law
Grad 106 Conference Center, Hamline University.  612-708-4598.

Friday, 4/18, 7:30 pm, Vaclav Havel's "official" translator speaks on "Not
Lost in Translation," University of St Thomas, Roach Center for Liberal
Arts, room 126, 2115 Summit Ave, St Paul.

4/18 to 4/24, "Super Size Me' director Morgan Spurlock takes on a franchise
even more lethal than McDonald's in documentary "Where in the World Is Osama
bin Laden?" Uptown Theater, Lagoon and Hennepin, Uptown Mpls.

4/18 (1:30 pm) to 4/19 (4 pm), Hamline University Middle East Critique
presents 17th annual symposium "Life and Politica in the Middle East," Law
Grad Conference Center, Hewitt Ave, St Paul. or

4/19 (9 to 3) and 4/20 (9 to 2), sale of gently used and interesting books
to benefit the campaigns of U.S. Senate peace candidate Jack
Nelson-Pallmeyer and Barack Obama, at home of Betty Tisel and Sarah Farley,
4155 Garfield Ave S, Mpls.  Adult fiction/nonfiction, children's hardcovers,
CDs and DVDs go for $1, children's paperback for 50 cents.  612-824-5820.

Saturday, 4/19, 5 to 8 pm, Palestine Day at Columbia Heights High School,
with art/food/refreshments, 1440 - 49th Ave NE, Columbia Heights.  $5 or $25
per family.  info [at] or 612-986-9982.

Saturday, 4/19, 6 pm, Peace Site dedication and concert, Basilica of St
Mary, between 16th and 17th Streets on Hennepin Ave, Mpls.

Sunday, 4/20, 12:15 to 2 pm, Earth Day special program with Peace and
Justice Forum with Dennis Ormseth and Ingrid Vick talking about global
warming and Wanda Copeland talking about the metro clean energy resource
team project, $7 for lunch, Central Lutheran Church, 3rd Ave and 12th St,
Mpls.  dhilden [at] or 612-825-1581.

Sunday, 4/20, 2 pm, mnpACT sponsors convention training for those who were
elected to the congressional district and state conventions, Burnhaven
Library, 1101 W County Rd 42, Burnsville.

Monday, 4/21, 6:30 pm, free film "Bam 6.6" about the aftermath of the
devesting 2003 earthquake that struck an ancient Iranian village and how the
disaster overcame religious and political barriers, St Joan of Arc Church,
Upper Room, Parish Center, 4537 - 3rd Ave S, Mpls.

Monday, 4/21, 6:30 to 9 pm, Minnesota's Night of a Thousand Dinners to
benefit landmine clearance in Afghanistan, dinner for $30 ($15 tax
deductible for landmine removal), DaAfghan Restaurant, 929 W 80th St,
Bloomington.  Info from M Jay Shahidi, mjshahidiusa [at] or 

Tuesday, 4/22, 6:30 to 8:30 pm, free Community Forum on the Middle East with
career Foreign Service officer Tom Hanson, St John/St Benedict poly sci prof
Gary Prevost, in a panel about policy choices in the war in Iraq, followed
by audience questions, Washburn High Auditorium, 201 W 49th St, Mpls.
612-668-3450 or

Thursday, 4/24, 7 pm, nationally renowned Middle East and UN expert Phyllis
Bennis speaks on "Challenging Empire" at Macalester Plymouth Church, 1758
Lincoln Ave (1 block south of Grand at corner of Macalester St), St Paul.

Friday, 4/25, all day, World Citizens sponsors workshops for peace
educators, focusing on middle and senior high teachers, no cost, sub pay
provided, St Michael's Lutheran Church, 1660 County Rd B W, St Paul.

Friday, 4/25, 7 pm, nationally renowned Middle East and UN expert Phyllis
Bennis speaks on "Challenging Empire" at Christ United Methodist Church, 400
- 5th Ave SW, Rochester.

Friday, 4/25, 7 pm, Nobel laureat and Iranian lawyer/human rights activist
Shirin Ebadi speaks on "The Roots of Chaos in the Middle East," Sundin Music
Hall, 1531 Hewitt Ave, St Paul.  651-523-2223.

Saturday, 4/26, 9:30 refreshments, 10 am program,  Middle East Peace Now
presents Phyllis Bennis of the Institute of Policy Studies talking on
"Understanding the Palestine-Israeli Conflict," Southdale Library, 7001 York
Ave S, Edina.  651-696-1642.

Saturday, 4/26, 10 am to 4 pm, Ricardo Levins-Morales and Deborah Rosenstein
teach class "Creative Organizing: Focus on the Visual Arts," $50, courses
taught on the West Bank of the U.  FFI: Labor Education Service, 3-300
Carlson School of Management, U of M, 321 - 19th Ave S, Mpls.
les [at] csom, or 612-624-5020.

Saturday, 4/26, 10:30 am to noon, CAIR-MN presents a panel on
"African-American Muslims and the Civil rights Movement," Masjid An-Nur,
1729 Lyndale Ave N, Mpls.  $10 tickets (includes dinner) from
lsaroya! or info at 651-645-7102.

Saturday, 4/26, 2 to 7:30 pm, Nonviolent Peaceforce sponsors "Potters and
Poets for Peace" with pottery sale, poetry reading from 3 to 4:30, reception
at 4:30, Episcopal Cathedral of St Mark, 519 Oak Grove, Mpls.  $25 minimum

Sunday, 4/27, 7 pm, free documentary "Darfur Now" examining 6 individuals
who combat the situation, room 245 Auditorium, Wm Mitchell College of Law,
875 Summit Ave, St Paul.

Monday, 4/28, 6 pm, panel discussion on diplomacy and democracy building
around the world with National Democratic Institute, the International
Republican Institute and the American Academy of Diplomacy, Humphrey
Institute's Cowles Auditorium, 301 - 19th Ave S, West Bank U of M, Mpls. (Note: the International Republican Institute has
been linked to the U.S.-led coup against Aristide in Haiti.)

Monday, 4/28, 6:30 pm, KFAI and others sponsor Amy and David Goodman
speaking about their new book "Standing Up to the Madness: Ordinary Heroes
in Extraordinary Times," St Joan of Arc Church, 4537 - 34d Ave S, Mpls.  $10
in advance, $12 at the door.
Wednesday, 4/30, 7 pm, free film "The Devil Came on Horseback" about Darfur,
Schneider Theater, Bloomington Civic Plaza, 1800 W Old Shakopee Rd,


Updated on 4/2.  This is skeletal, but the following is the speaking
schedule for Iraqi-American Sami Rousili, recently returned from Muslim
Peacekeeper Team work in Iraq.  For further details, I will try to be more
complete with next week's calendar.  If you need information on an event,
try contacting someone at the venue or Marie Braun at braun044 [at]

April 9 Central High School - "Occupation and War; 12:00 noon and 1:00
pm classes. Focus on the effects of oppression. Kim Colbert
Theresa and Tony re website design, 5:00 pm

April 10 University of St. Thomas - Muslimn-Christian Cooperation in
Peacemaking - 7:00 pm.
Contact: Gerald Schlabach , gws [at], 651-962-5332

April 11 University Center, Memorial Hall Auditorium, 851-30th Ave. SE,
Rochester - 10:00 am
Lunch with members of the Muslim Community
Lourdes High School (?)
First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1727 Walden Lane SW, Rochester
Evening event. Contact: Elaine Mayer: 507-289-4154; eljomayer [at]

April 12 Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 200 Kenilworth Avenue North, Lanesboro
Contact: Joy Johnson 507-886-3656; bobjoy [at]
Oak Center General Store,m 25 miles north of Rochester on Hwy 63 - 4:30
Contact: Elaine Mayer: 507-289-4154; eljomayer [at]

April13 Sunday - Open

April 14 Evening, First United Church, Little Falls

April 15 Open

April 16 St. John¹s - Two Classes (Manju Parikh¹s International
Relations and Richard Virden¹s First Year Symposium. - 9:40 am
Meet with the Sisters of St. Benedict - 4 - 5 pm
Dinner with student and faculty activists - 5:00 - 7:00
Public Talk at College of St. Benedict

April 17 Introduction to Peace Studies Class, Dr. Jeff Anderson 11:20
Interview with student newspaper (to be determined)

April 18 Red Wing High School in afternoon. Community event in the evening

April 19 Ashwin Madia - 9:00 am

April 20 Sunday - open

April 21-22 LaCrosse. Contact: Guy Wolf; Guy Wolf <wolfclan3 [at]

April 23 Winona Senior High School. World Geography Class: 2:20 - 3:30 pm
Winona State University. Science Lab Auditorium, 8th and Winona Streets
(one block east of Huff Street).- 7:00 pm. Winona Area Peacemakers
Contact: Joe Morse; 507.452.8232
Coordinator in Winona: Mike Munson (Phone: 507-454-8094)

April 24 - Whitewater, UW, 2:15 pm. Lynn.
UWM Student Center, 7:00 pm. Milwaukee - Peace Action.

April 25 Madison. Campus during the day? WNPJ, Grand Hall Meriter, 8:00 pm

April 26 Dodgeville. Lunch event. Kent Mayfield

April 27 Janesville, UCC Church, 54 Jackson t., 6:00 pm. Sue Nelson

April 28 Fond du Lac. Marian College

April 29 Rhinelander. David Kast

April 30 Merrill Middle School Library, 7:00 pm. Paul and Susanna Gilk

May 1 Wausau: WPR interview, 5:00 pm. St. Anne Partish, 700 W. Bridge
Contact: Carol Luken

May 6-8 International Falls - Nancy Lindstrom, Nanno620 [at]

May 8 Return from International Falls
Candlelight Service

May 10 White Bear Lake Unitarian Church 10:00 - 2:00 followed by
reception (Sami at 12:30 or 1:00 pm) - Mary Jo LaVigne, Do Peace
Minnesota Maryjanelavigne [at]

May 12 Macalester Plymouth Church, 7:00 or 7:30 pm

May 15 St. William - 7:00 pm Don Larson 763-784-4267; don.larson [at]

May 17 Unity Church-Unitarian, St. Paul. Rachel Kaul. Breakfast and
speak at 10:00 am

May 22 Northeast Suburban Greens - 7:00 pm Dori Ullman; 612-414-9528;
dorijj [at]

May 27 Progressives on the Prairie, Davannis Pizza. Eden Prairie - 7:00
- 8:30
Contact: Terry Erickson; 952-975-6015

May 29 Northwest Neighbors for Peace - 700 pm

Every Sunday, 9:30 to 10:45 am (unless snowing or sleeting), vigil to Close
Guantanamo-End Torture, 40th St pedestrian overpass over 35W, Mpls.

Every Sunday, noon to 1 pm, peace vigil at Summit and Snelling, St Paul.

Every Sunday, 1 to 2 pm, St Crook Valley Peacemakers sponsors peace vigil at
the Stillwater bridge, Stillwater. or

Every Monday, 4:15 to 5:15 pm, Vigil in downtown White Bear Lake at
intersection of Highway 61 and 4th Street.  FFI:

Every Tuesday, 4 to 5 pm, Peace walk, carrying signs in both directions from
the corner of Hwy 241 and Co Rd 19 (across from St. Michael's Church), St.
Michael.  FFI: regofam [at]

Every Tuesday, 4:30 to 5:30 pm, Peace vigil at 98th St. and Lyndale,
Bloomington.  952-831-4276.

Every Tuesday, 4:30 to 5:30 pm, peace vigil outside John Kline's office at
intersection of Burnsville Parkway and Nicollet, Burnsville.
family4peace [at]

Every Tuesday, 5 to 6 pm (all year), east end of Franklin bridge over the
Mississippi River, Mpls. carolynbelle [at]

Every Tuesday, 5 to 6 pm (back to summer hours), Penn Ave just north of 394,
Bryn Mawr neighborhood of Mpls.  bnlberry [at]

Every Wednesday, 7 to 8 a.m., Vigil at Alliant Tech, 5050 Lincoln, Edina. 

Every Wednesday, noon to 1, peace vigil across from the post office,
Mankato.  richard.wintersteen [at]

Every Wednesday, 4:30 to 5:30 pm (winter hours), Grandmothers for Peace
vigil, 50th and Halifax, Edina (just west of France).

Every Wednesday, 5 to 6 pm (back to summer hours), Vigil to end the
occupation of Iraq, Lake/Marshall bridge over the Mississippi.

Every Wednesday, 4:30-5:30 pm, Peace vigil over footbridge at 85th Ave N and
Hwy 252, Brooklyn Park FFI 763-566-8255

Every Wednesday, 6 pm, peace vigil at signal light on Hwy 169, Belle Plaine.
JoAnne, 952-873-3315

Every Thursday, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., Vigil in front of Lockheed Martin, NW
corner of Pilot Knob Road and Yankee Doodle Road in Eagan.  FFI:
family4peace [at]

Every Thursday, 4:30 to 6, vigil at 42nd (County Rd 9) and Winnetka Ave N,
New Hope.  carydberg [at]

Every Thursday, 5 to 6 pm, Chisago City gathering for peace, Moberg Park on
Hwy 8, Chisago City.  AARONWOODJW [at]

Every Thursday, 5 to 6 pm, Peace vigil at intersection of Bridge and
Fountain Streets, Albert Lea.  sjmoore [at]

Every Friday, noon to 1 pm, Anti-Recruitment vigil ³Our Children Are Not
Cannon Fodder,² off Oak St and Washington Ave, East Bank of U, Minneapolis,

Every Friday, 4:15 to 5:30 p.m., Vigil to end the occupation of Palestine,
Snelling and Summit, St. Paul.  steichenfm [at]

Every Friday, 4:30, Red Wing Alliance for Peace sponsors a vigil at John
Rick park, Red Wing, followed by potluck and discussion on alternate weeks.
tuvecino [at]

Every Friday, 5 to 6 pm, peace vigil at Lagoon and Hennepin, Uptown Mpls. 

Every Saturday, 9 am, Peace walk, Fern and Hwy. 95, Cambridge.  (8 block
walk) ytpsund [at]

Every Saturday, 11 am to noon, peace vigil at corner of Bridge and River St,
Chippewa Falls, WI.  FFI: lagoclam [at] or 715-726-0365.

Every Saturday, 11 to noon, Minnetonka weekly peace demonstration, at Hwy 7
and 101.  Park in Target Greatland lot; meet near entrance fountain.
carydberg [at]

Every Saturday, 10:15 to noon (canceled if snowing or sleeting), peace
bannering on 40th St footbridge over 35W, Mpls.  952-465-2866.

Every Saturday, noon to 12:15, Vigil at Bridge Square (Division and 4th),
Northfield.  billmcgrath52 [at]

Every Saturday, 2 to 3 pm, Mounds View peace vigil, SE corner of Hwy 10 and
University Ave NE in Blaine.  vanka485 [at] or 763-717-9168.

Every Saturday, 2 to 3 pm, Peace vigil at NE corner Co Hwy 10 & Univ Ave NE,
Blaine.  vanka485 [at]

(More vigils are listed at ) 

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