Western WA Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) applauds our local chapters and many other justice organizations for these ongoing events, making our values more visible. Please see our monthly calendar pages for more peace and justice events.
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WESTERN WASHINGTON AND BEYOND
- MEANINGFUL MOVIES PROJECT: free films and discussions
The Meaningful Movies Project supports local groups offering free film showings and discussions on justice issues. Before the Covid-19 pandemic, these were in-person gatherings, with dozens of groups in Western WA, a couple in Eastern WA, and a couple further away. This project was initiated almost 20 years ago by Wallingford (Seattle) Neighbors for Peace and Justice, a member of the Sound Nonviolent Opponents of War (SNOW) Coalition. Meaningful Movies continues its mission showing socially conscious movies during the pandemic with online showings. See http://www.meaningfulmovies.org for general information and https://meaningfulmovies.org/events/ for the current listings. [confirmed 9/7/20]
- LAKE FOREST PARK FOR PEACE: peace vigil in LFP
Saturdays, 11 am – noon, at Bothell Way NE & Ballinger Way NE, Lake Forest Park; Lake Forest Park for Peace vigil. We all wear masks and try to keep a distance between members of the group. We welcome BLM activists and signs. All are welcome. info Bob Trutnau firstname.lastname@example.org See https://www.shorelineareanews.
- WEST SEATTLE NEIGHBORS FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE: monthly meetings
First Sundays: West Seattle Neighbors for Peace and Justice meetings. monthly Zoom meetings the first Sunday of every month. Send an email to get event notifications and Zoom links, info Cory Elliot email@example.com [confirmed 9/21/20]
- OLYMPIA FOR WEEKLY PEACE VIGILS
Ongoing Wednesdays, noon – 1 pm, NW corner of Sylvester Park, at Legion & Capitol Way, Olympia, Peace Vigil, come for all or part of the hour to witness in a friendly way for peace and nonviolence. We provide plenty of signs. Wear a facemask and stand at least 6 feet apart. Olympia FOR’s witness for peace and nonviolence is ongoing since 1980. info Glen 360-491-9093, glenanderson@
Ongoing Fridays, 4:30 – 6 pm, south end of Percival Landing, south of 4th Ave, just west of Water Street, Olympia; Please join Olympia FOR in a friendly peace vigil all or part of the time. Please join us for whatever length of time you can. We provide plenty of signs. Wear a facemask and stand at least 6 feet apart. info Glen 360-491-9093, glenanderson@
- Fridays, 4:00 – 5 pm
- Whatcom Peace Vigil in front of the Bellingham Federal Building
- Join Bellingham *FOR* members and others in this weekly peace vigil, sometimes followed by open discussion at a nearby cafe.
- info at 360-733-4146
- Sundays, 12:30 -1:30 pm
- Snohomish Women In Black Silent Vigil For Peaceat Brackett’s Landing, Main St & Railroad Ave, Edmonds.
- All welcome, you don’t have to be a woman and you don’t have to dress in black.
- info 425-776-3071, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Saturdays, noon – 1 pm
- Vigil for Peace and Education by Fire Mountain *FOR* on Pearl St. at Locust, along Washington Park in front of Centralia library.
- Our 9th year of vigil. Often followed by conversation at a nearby coffee house.
- info Larry 360-807-5106 or email@example.com