[IMC-Newsletter] Weekly Newsletter - Aug. 01, 2010
A weekly newsletter of progressive events and outreach in the greater Binghamton area.
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Sun Aug 1 08:23:57 PDT 2010
Weekly calendar of Progressive Events from your friends at imc-
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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 Aug 02 2010 - 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Binghamton Federal Building at the corner of State & Henry
Knit/Crochet Group at the CyberCafe
We are a small group of knitters and crocheters who meet weekly at the
Cyber Cafe (176 Main St in Binghamton). Our group is open to anyone
who is interested and we meet Mondays from around 7:30pm until
whenever people leave, usually 9 or 10pm. We typically gather in the
couches and chairs right in the middle of the cafe, but if you don't
see us there, be sure to wander around and find us (don't forget to
check upstairs too).
Feel free to email beccamonstr [at] hotmail.com with any questions, or
just come meet us any Monday after 7:30pm or so.
Date: Mon Aug 02 2010 - 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location: CyberCafe West, 176 Main St, Binghamton
Hiroshima Day Remembrance
On Friday, August 6, Broome County Peace Action will once again host
the annual Hiroshima Day Remembrance at First Congregational Church,
corner of Main and Front in Binghamton. Our free will offering
breakfast will begin at 7AM. Four Japanese citizens are flying in to
be with us for breakfast and make very brief comments. Our key speaker
will be Professor Herb Bix of Binghamton University. Herb is the
author of the Pulitzer prize-winning Hirohito & the Making of Modern
Date: Fri Aug 06 2010 - 7:00 AM
Location: First Congregational Church, corner of Main and Front in
Architectural Salvage Sale
Columns, shutters, doors, windows, victorian sofa, balusters, clawfoot
tub, sinks, hardware
Date: Sat Aug 07 2010 - 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: 21 N. Depot Street, Binghamton
Food Not Bombs
Binghamton Food Not Bombs cooks and shares 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
Everyone is welcome.
Date: Sun Aug 08 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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