Madison area

Farley Center Fall Festival 2019

Event Dates: 
10/06/19
Farley Center Fall Festival 2019
Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Linda & Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainability
2299 Spring Rose Rd, Verona, Wisconsin 53593
 
Farley Center Fall Festival 2019
 
Check back as we will have more information as we get closer to the event date!
 
Come join us for the Farley Center Fall Celebration 2019 - Open House and Apple Cider Day!

Peace Tuesday

Event Dates: 
Repeats every week until Tue Dec 31 2019 .
03/05/19
03/12/19
03/19/19
03/26/19
04/02/19
04/09/19
04/16/19
04/23/19
04/30/19
05/07/19
05/14/19
05/21/19
05/28/19
06/04/19
06/11/19
06/18/19
06/25/19
07/02/19
07/09/19
07/16/19
07/23/19
07/30/19
08/06/19
08/13/19
08/20/19
08/27/19
09/03/19
09/10/19
09/17/19
09/24/19
10/01/19
10/08/19
10/15/19
10/22/19
10/29/19
11/05/19
11/12/19
11/19/19
11/26/19
12/03/19
12/10/19
12/17/19
12/24/19
12/31/19

This is an open invitation for all Peace Groups, activists to participate in "Peace Tuesday," a meet-up for Peace in a very sane environment, Common Ground, located on the corner of Branch St. & Century Ave in Middleton.

Madison-area Urban Ministry Re-Entry Service Fairs

Event Dates: 
Repeats every month on the third Tuesday until Tue Dec 31 2019 .
01/15/19
02/19/19
03/19/19
04/16/19
05/21/19
06/18/19
07/16/19
08/20/19
09/17/19
10/15/19
11/19/19
12/17/19
Connecting formerly incarcerated men and women to community resources, the Journey Home provides ongoing support for those re-entering back into the community from being incarcerated. Service fairs are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, unless noted. For more information contact: The Journey Home staff at (608) 256-0906
 
Vendors must pre-register to attend.

MLK Forum For Social Action

Event Dates: 
01/19/19
MLK Forum For Social Action
A Revolution of Values:
The State of Education 65 Years Post Brown
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with performances from Dom Ricks & GK4LIFE
and special guests Tamera Stanley, Percy Brown Jr., Dr.

Madison Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby

Event Dates: 
Repeats every month on the second Saturday until Tue Dec 31 2019 .
01/12/19
02/09/19
03/09/19
04/13/19
05/11/19
06/08/19
07/13/19
08/10/19
09/14/19
10/12/19
11/09/19
12/14/19
 
Second Sat. of every month 10:30 am Arbco Coop Community Room (1137 Erin St.) Madison Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby meeting. Coffee, tea, and treats, followed by chapter business at 11:00 am and at Noon we join the national organizations webcast. All are welcome. CCL is a non-partisan group currently focused on passing Carbon Fee and Dividend legislation. The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act was introduced to the House in 2018 and will be reintroduced in 2019.
 
Info?

Black Male Suffrage in Wisconsin

Event Dates: 
01/30/19
Wed. Jan. 30th 6:30 pm Sun Prairie Public Library (1350 Linnerud Dr. in Sun Prairie) Black Male Suffrage in Wisconsin – talk by Christy Clark-Pujara, Professor of History in the Department of Afro-American Studies at UW-Madison. On October 31, 1865 Ezekiel Gillespie, a black Milwaukee resident, went to “the place of registration on the flats in the Seventh ward” and asked that his name be added to the list of eligible voters, he was refused. The next day he went to the polls to vote. He was turned away.

IWW-Madison General Branch

Event Dates: 
Repeats every month on the first Monday until Tue Dec 31 2019 .
01/07/19
02/04/19
03/04/19
04/01/19
05/06/19
06/03/19
07/01/19
08/05/19
09/02/19
10/07/19
11/04/19
12/02/19

1st Monday of the Month

6:30 pm Wilmar Neighborhood Center (953 Jenifer St.)

Monthly meeting of the Madison General Membership Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Find out how you can dump the boss off your back!

Info? https://www.facebook.com/Madison.IWW.GMB/

Film Screening: Living in the Future's Past

Event Dates: 
01/26/19
What:  Free public screening of  Living in the Future's Past (with discussion to follow)
When:  Saturday, January 26th at 11:00 a.m.
Where:  Bonham Theater, 564 Water St. in Prairie du Sac, WI
Why:  All life on Earth is already affected by climate change.
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