[Imc-saltlake-discussion] calendar this week

Deanna Taylor deesings at xmission.com
Sun Aug 1 04:55:59 PDT 2004

This calendar is a service provided by People for Peace and Justice of Utah
<file://www.utahpeace.org/> www.utahpeace.org - With these activities every

Weekly sidewalk vigil:
Thursdays, 5-7 pm Federal Building, 125 South State Street, SLC Bring signs!
(Some signs provided)  

Weekly public meeting Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. 

Jubilee Center Library - 300 East 100 South
 <file://www.utahpeace.org/> www.utahpeace.org
tlk at utahpeace.org

Please visit  <http://www.my.calendars.net/peace_calendar>
http://www.my.calendars.net/peace_calendar to view events happening in our
You can access community activist calendars at Utah Activist Calendar:
<http://cal.uarc.com/display.pl> http://cal.uarc.com/display.pl There is
also a Community Calendar at:

Have a great week!

(Please send questions to  <mailto:tlk at utahpeace.org> tlk at utahpeace.org)

Announcements and Highlighted Events:

VIirgil Neves, of Teamfree, will be displaying some of his paintings each
Thursday throughout August, from 5:30 until 10PM on the plaza at the
Gallivan Center in downtown SLC during the Twilight Concert Series.(200 S
between State and Main.)

Team Free is a non profit group in Utah dedicated to All Ability Access, and
maintenance of our Public Lands.  They rehabilitate old mines and plant
trees, among other things.

Register to vote online: -

Sunday, August 1(TODAY)
Gay and Lesbian Soccer
Weather permitting!
Fairmont Park - central field, South side of park (2300 South between 900
and 1100 East in Salt Lake City
Please try to be on-time so we can start promptly. We will play every Sunday
throughout the spring, summer and fall (except the 3rd Sunday of August when
we head up for 'Gay and Lesbian Lagoon Day'.) 
This is an informal pick-up soccer game for all ages, genders, sexual
orientations, skill levels and abilities. There is no cost to play and we
new teams each week from the folks who attend. Everyone is welcome to play
Info/Questions: Martin Grygar (801) 231-9453 or jesper2 at hotmail.com

Tuesday, August 3
Interfaith Prayer Vigil - 4:30pm
Join us on your commute from work for a half hour interfaith prayer vigil
for peace at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 670 So. 1100 East. Contact:
dee.rowland at dioslc.org
Tuesday, August 3
Fundraising Party for Diana Lee Hirschi, SL Co Mayoral Green Candidate, 7pm
A variety of grilled fish and veggies will be served Please bring a side
dish to share byob                                                Wasatch
Commons Co-housing, 1411 S. Utah Street, (1 block east of Redwood Road,
approx. 2 blocks south of California Ave.)please park on Utah Street
SUGGESTED donation: $10 - ALL WELCOME (including kids) - Info:  486-2558
Wednesday, August 4
Monthly Vigil at Alliant Tech Systems
Alliant Action Utah
Alliant Tech Systems (ATK) is a $2 billion aerospace and defense company
with leading market positions in propulsion, composite structures,
munitions, and precision capabilities. ATK was the largest supplier of
anti-personnel landmines to the Dept of Defense, to name one example of
their activities. ATK has also supplied over 16 million rounds of Depleted
Uranium munitions to the DoD.

AAU will be conducting monthly vigils, the first Wednesday of each month, at
the Magna ATK facility at the main gate, 5000 South 8400 West, from 4pm -
For more information, please contact AAU or call 631-2998.

Who Profits? Who Dies?
Find out ~ Get involved.
 <http://www.utahpeace.org/aau.html> http://www.utahpeace.org/aau.html
Saturday, August 7
9:00 am -  <http://www.westsideyardsale.org/> The West Side Yard Sale -
Jordan Park (1069 South 900 West)
The West Side Yard Sale is a chance for west side families, businesses and
non-profits to eliminate clutter, and have some fun at an all-inclusive,
cross-cultural outdoor event. The proceeds aren't for just any charity,
they're for you!
Contact Info
 <http://www.westsideyardsale.org/> www.westsideyardsale.org     
 <mailto:westsideyardsale at hotmail.com> westsideyardsale at hotmail.com
Call Neighborhood Housing Services at 801-539-1590
Wednesday, August 11
Lecture Series on Women and Spirituality 
"Reclaiming Magdalene: The Lost Bride in Christian Mythology"       
    Margaret Starbird, theologian, author, The Woman With the Alabaster Jar
    Sheraton City Center Hotel Ballroom,  Sunstone Symposium
<http://www.sunstoneonline.com/> www.sunstoneonline.com
    Keynote Lecture  8:00 p.m.     Reception  7:00 p.m.
(Co-sponsored by Sunstone Foundation and Smith-Pettit Foundation, with
assist by Moonstone)
Thursday Aug 12 
Lecture Series on Women and Spirituality   
"Truth in Fiction: Reading The Da Vinci Code" --Panel 
  Booksigning  6 p.m.  Panel 7 p.m.   Salt Lake Public Library, Main
Margaret Starbird--author, The Woman with the Alabaster Jar, and The Goddess
in the Gospels 
Rev. Lance S. Owens--Gnostic Priest;  Physician; webmaster
<http://www.gnosis.org/> www.gnosis.org;   Secrets of the Code
Maxine Hanks--author, former lecturer Women's Studies, U.of U.; editor,
Women and Authority
(Sponsored by Salt Lake Public Library, the Utah Film Center, Moonstone,
Wasatch Gnostic Society)



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