Madison

Mary Pharmer "Building Bridges in the Texas Borderlands"l"

Event Dates: 
08/21/18
Gather the Women
 
WILPF-Madison's quarterly breakfast where women activists come together and learn from a keynote speaker about a current topic affecting the peace and freedom of our world.
 
On August 21st from 8 AM - 9:30 AM at Threshold, 2717 Atwood Ave, Madison, Wisconsin 53704, join us for a buffet breakfast and conversation....

WILPF Peace & Justice Book Circle

Event Dates: 
Repeats every month on the first Thursday until Thu Jun 06 2019 .
09/06/18
10/04/18
11/01/18
12/06/18
01/03/19
02/07/19
03/07/19
04/04/19
05/02/19
06/06/19

WILPF-Madison
Peace & Justice Book Circle

Goodman South Madison Library
2222 S. Park Street

1st Thursday of the Month
6:30pm

To review the 2018-2019 Book List go to

https://wilpf-madison.org/peace-justice-book-group/

Peregrine Forum Great War Centennial Series

Event Dates: 
08/09/18
"Battlefield France 1918" will be discussed by artist-scholar Steve Wolvin on Thursday August 9th 6:30pm at the Madison Central Library 201 W. Mifflin in Room 104. Part of the Peregrine Forum Great War Centennial Series, more info 608-284-9082 
 

Radicals & Progressives Meet & Eat

Event Dates: 
08/23/18

Radicals & Progressives Meet & Eat
Thursday August 23rd 6pm at the Orient house 626 S. Park St.

Join to share your issues and projects. More info 608-284-9082.

Join the Wisconsin Women's Network in celebrating Women's Equality Day!

Event Dates: 
08/23/18

5th Annual Social Good Summit - a showcase of Madison's change-makers!

Event Dates: 
08/16/18

Join us at 9am at Madison Central Library (201 W Mifflin St) for this energetic and engaging focus on the people and ventures of the 2018 Social Good Accelerator (SGA)— Madison's innovative social good community.

Second Annual Jammin’ for Refugees Benefit Concert for Open Doors for Refugees!

Event Dates: 
08/09/18

At 7pm at Threshold (2717 Atwood Ave) will be having the Second Annual Jammin’ for Refugees Benefit Concert for Open Doors for Refugees! Join Peter Mulvey for an inspiring performance in support of Madison's refugee community.

The Mask You Line In – free public screening

Event Dates: 
08/06/18

At 6:30pm Pinney Library (205 Cottage Grove Rd) will be having a free public screening of the acclaimed documentary that follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. Hosted by Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS) and the Power of One. Light snacks will be provided. Info?

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