[IMC-Newsletter] Weekly Newsletter - April, 25, 2010
A weekly newsletter of progressive events and outreach in the greater Binghamton area.
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to raise the awareness of the Cost of War.
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Weekly Binghamton Peace & Justice Vigil
This is our tenth year standing for peace on Monday of every week in
front of the Federal Building on Henry Street in downtown Binghamton.
If you haven't been with us for a while, or if you have never joined
us, now would be a great time to come stand with us. You can join for
the whole hour or for just a few minutes. We have a number of nice
clear new signs proclaiming the goals of the World March for Peace and
Nonviolence, as well as a bright colorful World March Banner, in
addition to the wide range of signs we've been bringing for years - or
you can always bring your own sign.
Date: Mon Apr 26 2010 - 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Binghamton Federal Building at the corner of State & Henry
Binghamton Live Radio
Binghamton Live Radio is an extension of the Binghamton Live artist
group. The show airs every thursday from 10 AM - 1130 AM. It is hosted
by Vince Fronda and Justin Olds.
**Tune into 90.5 FM in the Binghamton area, and www.whrwfm.org around
We will try to have at least one live act on every show. So stay
tuned. We will also play recorded music from local artists.
Please contact us if you want your art broadcast over the radio. This
includes but is not limited to: poetry, fiction, non-fiction,
instrumental, and voice.
Date: Thu Apr 29 2010 - 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Location: WHRW studios, Binghamton University, Binghamton New York
Arbor Day 2010: Call for Volunteers!
Arbor Day 2010: River Trail Planting
Call for Volunteers!
What: One Day, 40 Trees
When: April 30th, 10am-5pm
Where: River Trail north of Noyes Island to Cheri Lindsay
To all: Wear your old clothes, bring your garden tools & gloves, let’s
roll up our sleeves, and make this portion of the Greater Binghamton
Greenway a showcase for the entire community!
To get involved, contact Amelia LoDolce,
772-7028 or anlodolce at cityofbinghamton.com
Please help us spread the word!
Date: Fri Apr 30 2010 - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: River Trail north of Noyes Island to Cheri Lindsay
Food Not Bombs
Starting March 7, 2010, Binghamton Food Not Bombs will cook and share
a free hot vegetarian meal every Sunday at the Ritchie Building,
operated by Lutheran Redeemer Church, at 149 Chapin St (the white
building behind the Lutheran Church at 72 Main St, across the street
from CVS). Meals are shared from 1-2pm inside the Ritchie Building
(until warm weather brings us outside again). Everyone is welcome.
Date: Sun Apr 25 2010 - 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Ritchie Building, 149 Chapin St (the white building behind
the Lutheran Redeemer Church at 72 Main St, across the street from CVS)
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