This is a reminder that the next potluck meeting for KW Peace is Wednesday, August 17th at 6pm at Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church.
Please let me know if you plan to attend.
We will be continuing our planning of our October event “Perspectives on Peace: Local Approaches to Creative Positive Change.”
Hope to see you there!
What: KWPeace Perspectives Planning Potluck
When: Wednesday, 17 August 2016 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Where: Peace and Justice Room, Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church
Location: 57 Stirling Avenue North, Kitchener, Ontario (corner of Weber Street) Map
Reminder: Bring your own plate, cutlery and serving utensils! (the kitchen is still undergoing renovations)
If you’re on Facebook you can indicate you’re going at KWPeace Perspectives Planning Potluck | Facebook
Minutes of the Symposium are now online!
20 Oct 2015: Note from Emily Mininger:
We are pushing the symposium back a half hour because of a book launch that Project Ploughshares is hosting. Project Ploughshares and the Centre for Peace Advancement are presenting the launch of Ernie Regehr’s book, “Disarming Conflict: Why peace cannot be won on the battlefield.” This event is on the 4th floor of the Centre for Peace Advancement at Conrad Grebel in the gallery space. Feel free to stop by before our symposium event!
The symposium will be held from 5:30-7:30, also on the 4th floor of Conrad Grebel in the Centre for Peace Advancement, in the Fretz Seminar Room.
Who’s involved in the Kitchener-Waterloo Peace and Social Justice community? And do we all know each other? Emily Mininger from PeaceQuestKW wants to meet us all, and is hosting a Peace and Social Justice Symposium:
From: Emily Mininger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 2015 20:40:54
Subject: Kitchener Waterloo Peace and Social Justice Community Symposium
You’re invited to a Peace and Social Justice Community Symposium. We’re inviting different groups active in the area of peace and social justice in the KW community to come together, share their work and experiences, and brainstorm about future possibilities for collaboration in an effort to obtain a “snapshot” of the KW Peace and Justice community as it is currently. We have many people in the KW community working for peace and justice, and there is a wealth of knowledge to be shared. Come participate in this community conversation and help us learn together.
This event is taking place at Conrad Grebel University College on October 29th. The program of the evening will run from
5-7pm and include introductions, a brief roundtable about who people are and what work they do, discussions about challenges and strengths of working in the KW community, and brainstorming common goals and possible avenues for collaboration.
Please RSVP to Emily at email@example.com by October 22nd.
A light dinner of vegetarian chili and bread will be provided free of cost — please let me know if you have any dietary restrictions.
PeaceQuest KW Affiliate Facilitator
Facebook: PeaceQuest.ca | Facebook
I’m planning to attend — hope to see you there!
Conrad Grebel University College Map
140 Westmount Road,