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Late July and Early August 2012 in Olympia WA and beyond



  • Events with FOR in the left margin are sponsored by the Fellowship of Reconciliation.

  • All phone numbers are in area code (360) unless specified otherwise.

  • All addresses are in or near Olympia WA unless specified otherwise.

  • The Olympia FOR’s website -- www.olympiafor.org – includes the last several years’ worth of newsletters, including descriptions of our TV programs. You can watch our TV programs through our website’s TV Programs page.

  • More information about some of the Olympia FOR’s sponsored activities are published in our newsletters. Our newsletters are posted at www.olympiafor.org

  • If you’d like to receive future issues of our newsletter on paper by postal mail – and/or electronic copies by e-mail – contact glen@olympiafor.org or (360) 491-9093.


FOR Mon July 23: “Women Share Experiences, Insights, Wisdom about peace and Justice Organizing” is our JULY 2012 TV program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County at 1:30 today – or watch it on your computer through www.olympiafor.org. Info on this TV program is at 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

FOR Tues July 24: Meet 2012’s Peace Activist Trainees – the teenagers who have been receiving great training from Western Washington FOR in Seattle: Every year, we bring together Peace Activist Trainees, staff, family and friends, and supporters of the program to meet each other, enjoy food, and raise money to fund WWFOR’s PAT program. Enjoy this inspiring dinner event at 6:00 pm at Horizon House, 900 University Street (just east of I-5), Seattle. Because of construction, enter on Terry Street between University and Union Streets. Street parking is free after 6:00 pm. Pay parking is available at lot across street and at Horizon House. Metro Bus #2 stops at Virginia Mason Hospital and several other buses stop within a block or two. When you enter the building, please register, and then take the first left to the Forum, which is across from the library. Info or more directions: (206) 200-0744 or (206) 789-5565. Please RSVP to Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation, 206-789-5565 or wwfor@wwfor.org The photos below show participants from 2008, 2012, and 2011.




FOR Wed July 25 and EVERY WEDNESDAY from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm: Peace Vigil in NW corner of Sylvester Park (corner of Legion & Capitol Way). Please come for all or part of the hour to witness in a very friendly way for peace and nonviolence. We provide plenty of signs. Info: 491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

Wed July 25: Attend Tacoma City Council meeting to urge them to take action against running coal trains through our area for export: The Tacoma City Council is considering joining dozens of other elected officials who have already spoken out. (See this link: http://www.powerpastcoal.org/voices-in-opposition/electedofficials/statements/ People will testify on July 25 for the Tacoma City Council Environment and Public Works Committee hearing and urge the full Tacoma City Council to pass the resolution. The hearing will occur at 4:30 pm in Room 16 of the Tacoma Municipal Building North, 733 Market Street. People can testify for less than 3 minutes on why exporting dirty coal is bad for Tacoma and encourage the Council to pass their resolution saying NO to coal export. Information that you might include in your testimony is at this link: http://www.powerpastcoal.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/PPC_Pierce3.pdf This is a powerful way for you the people to stand up and demand that the largest coal company in the world -- Peabody Coal -- is NOT allowed to transport up to 48 million tons of coal through Tacoma and Pierce County on rail to send to Asia. For questions and to please RSVP for the hearing, please contact Chris Bast chris@climatesolutions.org 206.443.9570 x31. Learn more at www.powerpastcoal.org

Wed July 25: City of Olympia’s Comprehensive Plan Open House (5:30) and Public Hearing (6:30) at Olympia City Council Chambers, 601 4th Avenue East, downtown: The Olympia Planning Commission will hold public hearings on the July Draft Comprehensive Plan Update on two dates (Monday July 23 and Wednesday July 25), both at 6:30 pm. An informal open house at 5:30 each day will offer display materials and staff available to answer questions. Come to Olympia City Council chambers, 601 4th Avenue East, Olympia. The community is invited to attend and share comments with Commissioners regarding the July Draft. You also may submit written comments online at www.imagineolympia.com email them to imagineolympia@ci.olympia.wa.us. You can mail written comments to Imagine Olympia, PO Box 1967 Olympia, WA 98507, or hand-deliver them to City Hall, 601 4th Avenue East, Olympia, WA 98501. The written record will remain open until 5:00 PM on Friday, July 27, 2012. As part of the Comprehensive Plan update the City will provide an environmental review of the proposed changes. This Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement and associated staff report is available at www.imagineolympia.com, so you can read and comment on the latest draft of the Comprehensive Plan there. The state’s Growth Management Act requires the city to conduct a major review and update of its Comprehensive Plan every eight years. The Comprehensive Plan sets forth a vision, and goals and policies to guide growth and development with the City of Olympia and its Urban Growth Areas (UGA) for at least the next 20 years. The Plan addresses such topics as public participation, the environment, housing, transportation, land uses and urban design, parks and recreation, utilities, the economy, and public services, such as fire and police.

Wed July 26: Olympia Movement for Justice and Peace (OMJP) meets at 7:00 pm at the POWER office, 309 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Info: Larry Mosqueda 866-2404 lmosqueda@comcast.net

FOR Thurs July 26: Death penalty abolition committee of Olympia FOR meets on one evening near the end of each month to educate ourselves and work on further activities to abolish that atrocity. Meet at 7 pm at a convenient location in Tumwater. Info: Emily Hammargren 352-0695 deathpenalty@olympiafor.org Our website includes excellent information at www.olympiafor.org/death_penalty.htm

FOR Thurs July 26: “Women Share Experiences, Insights, Wisdom about peace and Justice Organizing” is our JULY 2012 TV program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County at 9:00 tonight – or watch it on your computer through www.olympiafor.org. Info on this TV program is at 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

Fri July 27 and EVERY FRIDAY: The Housing Justice Project can help tenants and others: From 8:30 to 10:30 am Thurston County Volunteer legal Services presents the Housing Justice Project at the Thurston County Superior Courthouse, Building 2 at 2000 Lakeridge Drive SW, Olympia. They offer landlord/tenant advice, unlawful detainer docket representation, and help for mobile home owners with complaints about rules violations, notices from landlords or park owners and mobile home eviction cases. The Housing Justice Project also provides free legal advice and in-court representation to low income people in eviction proceedings. Call (360) 705-8194 for information or to schedule an appointment. For immediate legal information call 1-800-201-1041 (9:15 am to 12:15 pm Monday through Friday).

Fri July 27: Weekly meetings about ending homelessness in Olympia occur from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Housing Authority's Conference Room, 1206 12th Ave SE in Olympia. (This is off Eastside Street near the Puget Sound Blood Center. The conference room is in the front of the building. Look for signs leading the way.) Info: Theresa Slusher, Homeless Coordinator Project, Thurston County, Washington 789-4449 coordinatethurston@gmail.com

Fri July 27: Medea Benjamin (founder of Code Pink) speaks in Tacoma about her new book, Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control: She is on a nationwide speaking tour promoting this book, which was published in May 2012 by OR Books. Medea Benjamin is a great activist, but she is also a great researcher, analyst and writer! 1:30 pm at King's Books, 281 St. Helens Ave, Tacoma (slightly north of downtown). ALSO IN OLYMPIA at 7:00 pm at Orca Books, 509 4th Ave E, downtown Olympia. Sponsored by several good groups, including Move to Amend Olympia, Veterans for Peace Chapter 34, and United for Peace of Pierce County. Molly Gibbs worked on organizing this. Info: http://www.amazon.com/Drone-Warfare-Killing-Remote-Control/dp/1935928813/ and http://www.ufppc.org/ufppc-activities-mainmenu-42/11092/

FOR Friday July 27 and EVERY FRIDAY from 4:30 to 6:00 pm: Peace Vigil at south end of Percival Landing at 4th & Water downtown. Please join us for whatever length of time you can. We provide plenty of signs. Also enjoy the Artesian Rumble Arkestra jazz band that joins us at 5:00 to support our vigil! Sponsor: Olympia FOR. Info: 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

Fri July 27: Medea Benjamin (founder of Code Pink) speaks in OLYMPIA about her new book, Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control: She is on a nationwide speaking tour promoting this book, which was published in May 2012 by OR Books. Medea Benjamin is a great activist, but she is also a great researcher, analyst and writer! 7:00 pm at Orca Books, 509 4th Ave E, downtown Olympia. (Also in Tacoma at 1:30 pm. See above.) Sponsored by several good groups, including Move to Amend Olympia, Veterans for Peace Chapter 34, and United for Peace of Pierce County. Molly Gibbs worked on organizing this. Info: http://www.amazon.com/Drone-Warfare-Killing-Remote-Control/dp/1935928813/ and http://www.ufppc.org/ufppc-activities-mainmenu-42/11092/



Fri July 27: Watch and discuss the powerful film “The Corporation” with members of Occupy Seattle and other progressives: If Corporations are people as the Supreme Court has declared, what kind of people would they be? In this acclaimed documentary that has won 23 international awards since its release in 2005 it has become even more relevant today. In this vital documentary over 40 corporate insiders and critics explore the nature and spectacular rise of the most pervasive institution of our time. Combining analysis with footage from advertising, television news and industrial films, The Corporation is a provocative look at the inner workings, curious history, controversial impacts and possible futures of globalization and corporate takeover of the planet. Watch the film and enjoy a discussion with some of Seattle’s politically progressive people and members of Occupy Seattle. 7:00 to 9:30 pm at Keystone Congregational Church, 5019 Keystone Place North, Seattle 98103 (in Wallingford). It is 0.4 miles west of the I-5 NE 50th St. Exit. Use Metro Bus Routes 16, 26 or 44. This is part of the ongoing series at this location titled “Friday Night at the Meaningful Movies.” Info and directions: www.meaningfulmovies.org Download the Flyer HERE. See the Trailer HERE. This event is FREE and open to the public! Donations are gratefully accepted.

Sat July 28: 9th Annual NW SolarFest: Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair: Drop your cares and enjoy some spontaneous fun for free! Highlights include a barter fair (bring your home grown or homemade items to trade), a mini solar car give-a-way for kids, NW EcoBuilding workshops, a performance by Ravenna Woods, solar cooking demonstrations, and the chance to test drive an electric vehicle! NW SolarFest is an outdoor annual regional event supported by the City of Shoreline, Shoreline Community College, Seattle City Light and many others. The festival is organized by Shoreline Solar Project. 10 am to 6 pm at Shoreline Community College, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline (slightly north of Seattle) Info: Learn more at http://shorelinesolar.org/

FOR Sat July 28 and EVERY SATURDAY from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm: Peace Vigil in Centralia on the edge of Washington Park at Locust & Pearl in downtown Centralia. On most Saturdays gather afterward nearby at the Santa Lucia Coffee House. Sponsor: Fire Mountain FOR. Info: June Butler 360-748-9658 or Larry Kerschner 360-880-4741 larry@peacepoet.me

Sat July 28: Truth and Revolution: A History of the Sojourner Truth Organization, 1969-1986: Historian Michael Staudenmaier will read from Truth and Revolution: A History of the Sojourner Truth Organization, 1969-1986. In the 1970s and 1980s, the revolutionary left in the United States went through a series of profound political, demographic, and cultural transformations as it struggled to find its footing in a rapidly changing world. The unorthodox political agenda of the Sojourner Truth Organization represented a small but strong thread running through the politics of the left during these decades. STO drew upon Marxism, considered white skin privilege, and worked on a variety of struggles. This book examines the theory and practice of the STO. 6:00 pm at Orca Books, 509 4th Ave E, in downtown Olympia. Info: Orca Books, (360) 352-0123 events@orcabooks.com

Sat July 28: Vigil from Darkness into Light begins at 7:30 p.m. in Sylvester Park at Legion & Capitol Way in downtown Olympia. Many people are deeply concerned with the growing sense of darkness and hopelessness in our Olympia downtown. As people of faith, a simple action of gathering weekly at Sylvester Park, sharing prayer, silence, songs of Light and Hope can be amazingly powerful. Please share the word to all that our Vigil from Darkness into Light begins on Saturday July 28 and will continue every Saturday evening. Please come bringing a share of hope for our downtown neighbors challenged by despair and aimlessness. Thank you and blessings. Info: Selena Kilmoyer, 360-951-0326 k.selena@gmail.com

FOR Sat-Sun July 28-29: Ethnic Fest in Tacoma includes the Olympia FOR’s booth opposing the death penalty: Gather with thousands of people of all races and nationalities for this two-day festival of international music, dance, and food. Plenty of information booths too! The Olympia FOR’s Committee for Alternatives to the Death Penalty will set up our information booth again this year. It occurs in Wright Park, north of downtown Tacoma, from 12 noon to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Info: www.metroparkstacoma.org or glen@olympiafor.org (360) 491-9093

Sun July 29 to Sat Aug 4: Training in creative nonviolent organizing and actions: “Localize This! Artful Action Camp” on Vashon Island WA: This annual event is organized by the Backbone Campaign (www.backbonecampaign.org). It is amazingly good! LocalizeThis.org Download 4 per page handbill HERE.

FOR Mon July 30: “Women Share Experiences, Insights, Wisdom about peace and Justice Organizing” is our JULY 2012 TV program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County at 1:30 today – or watch it on your computer through www.olympiafor.org. Info on this TV program is at 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

Tues July 31: Celebrate Washington’s Clean Energy Success (Initiative 937): Initiative 937 has reached an important milestone. In June, utilities submitted reports on their progress meeting I-937’s clean energy standards. The reports show that I-937 has been an overwhelming success in bringing clean energy development to Washington. Be part of the celebration and find out more of the inspiring details at our July 31 event. The NW Energy Coalition was instrumental in writing and passing Initiative 937 in 2006, ushering in tremendous growth in energy efficiency and renewable energy across the state. The Coalition has been a leader in defending and strengthening the law in the state legislature and working with utilities and regulators to implement I-937. This fundraising event will support the NW Energy Coalition. Join supporters of I-937 with drinks and appetizers to cheer I-937 and make an investment in a clean and affordable energy future. (read more) Suggested donation = $75. 5:30 pm at South Lake Union Discovery Center, Seattle (SEE MAP HERE) To register click here!

FOR Wed Aug 1 and EVERY WEDNESDAY from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm: Peace Vigil in NW corner of Sylvester Park (corner of Legion & Capitol Way). Please come for all or part of the hour to witness in a very friendly way for peace and nonviolence. We provide plenty of signs. Info: 491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

FOR Thurs Aug 2: “How to Reform Prisons and Sentencing” is our AUGUST 2012 TV program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County at 9:00 tonight – or watch it on your computer through www.olympiafor.org soon after it has debuted on TCTV. Info on this TV program is at 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

Fri Aug 3: Weekly meetings about ending homelessness in Olympia occur from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Housing Authority's Conference Room, 1206 12th Ave SE in Olympia. (This is off Eastside Street near the Puget Sound Blood Center. The conference room is in the front of the building. Look for signs leading the way.) Info: Theresa Slusher, Homeless Coordinator Project, Thurston County, Washington 789-4449 coordinatethurston@gmail.com

Sat Aug 4 to Mon Aug 6: “NUCLEAR WEAPONS: The Most Inconvenient Truth” is the theme of the annual Hiroshima-Nagasaki observance at the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action in Kitsap County, Washington. We’ll celebrate 35 years of nonviolent resistance to the Trident nuclear weapons system. We’ll welcome and honor two of Ground Zero’s founders, Jim and Shelley Douglass, who will speak at this special event. Members of the Pacific Life Community, including the Douglasses, worked since the mid-1970s to oppose Trident and other first-strike nuclear weapons. They and others created a nationwide network protesting the “White Trains” that carried nuclear weapons to Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor. For 35 years the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action has continued the spirit of resistance to the Trident nuclear weapons system with regularly scheduled vigils and nonviolent direct actions at the Bangor Trident submarine base. The August 4-6 event’s theme, “NUCLEAR WEAPONS: The Most Inconvenient Truth,” will focus on the history, current status, cost, and future plans for more nuclear new subs and missiles. Other guests will include Cindy Sheehan and Dorli Rainey. Sheehan’s son Casey was killed by enemy action during the Iraq War. Her makeshift camp outside George W. Bush’s Texas ranch in 2005 launched her career as a dedicated peace activist, and she continues to criticize Obama’s foreign policy as well. Rainey, at 84, participated in Occupy Seattle and was pepper-sprayed in the face by Seattle police. She has been a peace activist for five decades, and has a strong commitment to nonviolence in foreign affairs. Also, on Saturday August 4 the Interfaith Peace Walk for a Nuclear Free Future will arrive at Ground Zero Center, ending their 13-day walk from Portland, Oregon. The Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist order conducts annual peace walks as a reminder of the very real dangers presented by all uses of nuclear materials. The weekend will include education about nuclear weapons and the Trident base, nonviolence training, music, movies, and a vigil at the Kitsap Mall. You can also learn from special sessions about the Navy’s plans for a Second Explosives Handling Wharf at Bangor and its plans for a new generation of ballistic missile submarines. Early Monday morning participants will walk down to the Bangor entrance for a traditional vigil and nonviolent direct action. Monday, August 6th, marks the anniversary of the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan. Participate in all or any part of the weekend gathering at the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action, 16159 Clear Creek Road NW, Poulsbo, WA. Participation is open to anyone interested in the nature and practices of nonviolent action and working toward a nuclear weapons-free world. Info and schedule: www.gzcenter.org and http://psnukefree.blogspot.com/p/events.html. Questions? info@gzcenter.org or 360-930-8697.

FOR Fri Aug 3 and EVERY FRIDAY from 4:30 to 6:00 pm: Peace Vigil at south end of Percival Landing at 4th & Water downtown. Please join us for whatever length of time you can. We provide plenty of signs. Also enjoy the Artesian Rumble Arkestra jazz band that joins us at 5:00 to support our vigil! Sponsor: Olympia FOR. Info: 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

FOR Sat Aug 4 and EVERY SATURDAY from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm: Peace Vigil in Centralia on the edge of Washington Park at Locust & Pearl in downtown Centralia. On most Saturdays gather afterward nearby at the Santa Lucia Coffee House. Sponsor: Fire Mountain FOR. Info: June Butler 360-748-9658 or Larry Kerschner 360-880-4741 larry@peacepoet.me

Sat Aug 4: Vigil from Darkness into Light begins at 7:30 p.m. in Sylvester Park at Legion & Capitol Way in downtown Olympia. Many people are deeply concerned with the growing sense of darkness and hopelessness in our Olympia downtown. As people of faith, a simple action of gathering weekly at Sylvester Park, sharing prayer, silence, songs of Light and Hope can be amazingly powerful. Please share the word to all that our Vigil from Darkness into Light begins on Saturday July 28 and will continue every Saturday evening. Please come bringing a share of hope for our downtown neighbors challenged by despair and aimlessness. Thank you and blessings. Info: Selena Kilmoyer, 360-951-0326 k.selena@gmail.com

Sun Aug 5: “Crossing the Bridge Together: Lessons of Forgiveness from Vietnam” – On International Forgiveness Day, devote some time for mutual respect, sharing, listening, and a brief ceremony to celebrate community and lessons learned. Come to the State Capitol campus near the Vietnam War Memorial. Info: Dr. David James, 789-1726, www.olympiaforgivenessproject.blogspot.com

Sun Aug 5: Media Island Juicy Benefit Brunch from 12 noon to 2 pm will benefit our local Media Island International, 816 Adams Street SE, just east of the Olympia Library. They do good stuff including local radio KOWA. Please come and donate to the cause while eating good food and drinking good juice!

FOR Mon Aug 6: “How to Reform Prisons and Sentencing” is our AUGUST 2012 TV program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County at 1:30 this afternoon – or watch it on your computer through www.olympiafor.org soon after it has debuted on TCTV. Info on this TV program is at 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

FOR Tues Aug 7: Olympia FOR’s book discussion group about moving from war to peace: 7:00 pm at Chuck Schultz’s home, 1621 Tullis NE (a little north of San Francisco Street Bakery). Info: Chuck at 705-8520 chuckschultz3@msn.com

Tues Aug 7: HOMES NOT BANKS is a local group working to protect people from foreclosures. They want to keep people in their homes and to make the big banks pay for the fraudulent and immoral practices that they have used and are still using. HOMES NOT BANKS meetings are opened to any one facing problems with foreclosures or mortgages – and people interested in helping others who are facing those problems. The August 7 meeting will include a representative from Thurston County Legal Services. 6:30 pm at 108 State Ave, Olympia. This group emerged from Occupy Olympia as a practical way to meet people’s needs. Info: www.HomesNotBanks.org

FOR Wed Aug 8 and EVERY WEDNESDAY from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm: Peace Vigil in NW corner of Sylvester Park (corner of Legion & Capitol Way). Please come for all or part of the hour to witness in a very friendly way for peace and nonviolence. We provide plenty of signs. Info: 491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

FOR Wed Aug 8: Olympia FOR Potluck Picnic (5:30) and Steering Committee meeting (6:30) at the Rose Garden Kitchen area at Priest Point Park in NE Olympia. Enjoy a simple potluck picnic at 5:30. Consider staying for the 6:30 meeting. The Olympia FOR’s Steering Committee keeps our organization running effectively. All Olympia FOR people are welcome. Info: 491-9093 info@olympiafor.org

FOR Thurs Aug 9: “How to Reform Prisons and Sentencing” is our AUGUST 2012 TV program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County at 9:00 tonight – or watch it on your computer through www.olympiafor.org soon after it has debuted on TCTV. Info on this TV program is at 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

Fri Aug 10: Weekly meetings about ending homelessness in Olympia occur from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Housing Authority's Conference Room, 1206 12th Ave SE in Olympia. (This is off Eastside Street near the Puget Sound Blood Center. The conference room is in the front of the building. Look for signs leading the way.) Info: Theresa Slusher, Homeless Coordinator Project, Thurston County, Washington 789-4449 coordinatethurston@gmail.com

FOR Fri Aug 10 and EVERY FRIDAY from 4:30 to 6:00 pm: Peace Vigil at south end of Percival Landing at 4th & Water downtown. Please join us for whatever length of time you can. We provide plenty of signs. Also enjoy the Artesian Rumble Arkestra jazz band that joins us at 5:00 to support our vigil! Sponsor: Olympia FOR. Info: 360-491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org www.olympiafor.org

Sat Aug 11: Celebrate three “Living Legends” (Joyce Gillie, Carolyn Lattin, Dennis Mills), enjoy the Entertainment Explosion’s performance, and raise money for the STARS program, which helps senior citizens: Entertainment Explosion presents “A Musical String of Pearls” from 6:30 to 9:00 pm at the Olympia Center to benefit the STARS program at Olympia’s and Lacey’s Senior Centers. (All proceeds go to this worthy cause.) Two of the honorees – Joyce Gillie and Dennis Mills – have actively supported the Olympia FOR for many years! Tickets are available from both Senior Centers and from Yenney Music on the West Side. Sponsors: Bliss Investment Group, Olympia Federal Savings, and Olympics West Retirement Inn. Info: www.entertainmentexplosion.org

Sat Aug 11: Vigil from Darkness into Light begins at 7:30 p.m. in Sylvester Park at Legion & Capitol Way in downtown Olympia. Many people are deeply concerned with the growing sense of darkness and hopelessness in our Olympia downtown. As people of faith, a simple action of gathering weekly at Sylvester Park, sharing prayer, silence, songs of Light and Hope can be amazingly powerful. Please share the word to all that our Vigil from Darkness into Light begins on Saturday July 28 and will continue every Saturday evening. Please come bringing a share of hope for our downtown neighbors challenged by despair and aimlessness. Thank you and blessings. Info: Selena Kilmoyer, 360-951-0326 k.selena@gmail.com

Sun Aug 12: Workshop on Buddhist "Mind Development" Principles by Lama Pema Wangdak: Lama Pema is a highly skilled teacher who has taught in the West for 29 years. Among his many accomplishments are creating a Tibetan Braille system, establishing schools and a nunnery in Nepal and India, and receiving the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor” for his humanitarian work around the world. 9 am to 5 pm at Bodhi House, 4846 Johnson Point Road NE, Olympia 98516. Info and directions to Bodhi House at this link: Bodhi House Cost: $80 for non-members, $65 for members. (This includes a vegetarian lunch.) RSVP to info@nalandaolywa.org. More info from Bob Saunders 360 402-6815

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