A nation that continues, year after year ,
to spend more money on military defense
than on programs of social uplift
is approaching spiritual death.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Nonviolent Peacemaking Programs
Many Ways of Peace
217 S. Main St., Downtown Eagle River
Tuesday, April 16, Noon –1PM, Peace Café, “Sowing Seeds of Peace, Culture and Diversity ” with Debbie Jircik, co-founder of Seed to Seed Edible Garden Project, artist and director of Many Ways of Peace. Debbie will share a glimpse into the world of seeds and their significance culturally, environmentally and in relation to global food justice. $6.00 per person. Call or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Monday, April 22, 6:30-8:30PM, Tracking Drones: Because the Drone War is Not Going Away! Mary Jo Berner will lead a discussion on the
latest developments in our government’s use of drones—a follow-up to the series of four programs on drones in January and February. Attendees are welcome to bring information on drones to share with the group.
Thursdaay, April 11, 6:30 PM, “Occupy Love”, a documentary film by Velcrow Ripper. Over the course of a year, Occupy Love travels to the sites of economic and environmental protest that made 2011 a year of change across the globe. Velcro Ripper explores the aspects of the movement that he describes as being rooted in compassion, direct democracy, and shared power—what Martin Luther King Jr. would describe as “love in action”. Popcorn and refreshments.
Wednesdays, 11:30-12:50, Yoga with Betsy Schussler, registered Yoga teacher (Yoga Alliance RYT-500). Newcomers and beginners are always welcome. $8 per session, 50% of revenue is returned to Many Ways of Peace to support programs.
Mondays, 9-10AM, Guided Walking and Sitting Meditation
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30PM, Mindfulness Meditation
Many Ways of Peace is a resource center for peace and nonviolence and a project of the
MJ Berner Foundation for Peace and Justice , Inc. PO Box 189, Eagle River WI 54521