At the Peace Resource Center, we participate in and host many events related to Peace and Social Justice throughout the year. Check our Facebook page and Calendar for current dates and times.
November 30 – Shop Local Saturday!
Interested in sharing with other like-minded folks? Supporting Community?
Have services or goods you are interested in selling, sharing or bartering? Or looking for that special home-grown gift made by/for peace and justice?
then join us at the Peace Campus on Saturday, November
Arts, crafts, food from Karama’s chefs, music with Linda Williams & Guests, Yoga with Community Yoga & Mindfulness, and more!!
Come as you are & just hang out with us.
Interested in being a vendor? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information here at Vendor invite Alt Bazaar
Sunday, 12/8 Annual Membership Meeting & Dessert Extravaganza
6:30 pm – Dessert Extravaganza Live Music – Social Hour
A celebration of our peace & justice community. Only $10.
Delicious planet-friendly desserts (brownies too!), local coffee & live music.
Got a dessert or recipe you want to share? Bring them!
7:15 pm – 2019 Members Meeting
Meet the 2020 nominees for the PRC Board. Co-create the PRC 2020 Vision & Work.
Special Guest Speaker
Kathryn LaPointe, Director, OASIS Center
“Love and mutual support break down border walls.”
First Church of the Brethren, 3850 Westgate Pl. San Diego, CA 92015
For info & RSVP: 619-263-9301; email@example.com
September is Peace Week San Diego*
*Part of Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions
Saturday, 9/16 – Saturday, 9/21
The Peace Week 2019 finale is a fundraiser for Peace and the PRC. Your generous donation will support our continuing work in peaceful alternatives to current problems.
Saturday, 9/15 – Sunday, 9/23: Peace Week San Diego 2018, at various locations.
Event finale – We join the long-standing peace vigil downtown Vista on Sunday, 9/23.”Peace Week San Diego 2018 expands on our War Is A Lie series by providing present day peace alternatives to replace the war economy. Forums and workshops include Towards Creating a Peace Economy in San Diego; Personal Divestment from the War Economy & Redirection; a peace light show over San Diego with Overpass Light Brigade and a community gathering, #Abolish the Police? Then What?, a Movie Night with the OB Green Center and Resiliency Circles for activists and neighborhoods impacted by militarized law enforcement as well as a Grow Your Own Food workshop.The PRC joins with other peace groups to celebrate and promote peaceful alternatives. This year, the goal is to provide some capacity to increase networking amongst new and established groups to enable us to create local peace infrastructure, from urban food production to self-care to divestment and investment.http://www.paceebene.org/programs/campaign-nonviolence/campaign-nonviolence-week-of-actions/
Sunday, 11/18: The 2018 Annual Gathering of the membership of the Peace Resource Center, at the Church of the Brethren.
Everyone is invited to join us for the Souper Supper – delicious vegetarian & vegan soups, cornbread & apple juice.
Only members can participate in the Board of Directors selection, so please remember to renew your PRC membership by Nov 15, 2017!!
See details at http://www.prcsd.org/
General PRC events
Aug: Nuclear-Free Future
August 6th & 9th are the anniversaries of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Since 2006, United for Peace & Justice has declared August as Nuclear-Free Future Month regarding nuclear power and weapons (www.nuclearfreefuture.org). Each year, we recall the history and find some way of connecting with the public around peace and nuclear issues. Events have ranged from hosting film discussions and guest speakers to sharing the story of Sadako and folding peace crane origami.
Current Exhibit on Display at the PRC – a series of historical documents commenting on the bombing of Hiroshima by the US.
Curated by Dr. Jeoffrey Gordon.
Sept 21: International Day of Peace and Peace Week
This is another day that we enjoy recognizing and promoting to the public. It was established by the United Nations in 1981. Then in 2001, it was updated to occur on September 21st each year and to “be observed as a day of global ceasefire and nonviolence, an invitation to all nations and people to honor a cessation of hostilities for the duration of the Day” (www.un.org/en/events/peaceday).
Nov/Dec: PRC Annual Meeting