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Events sponsored by FOR are preceded by the symbol FOR.
Phone numbers are in (360) unless otherwise noted.
Events outside of Thurston County have their locations underlined.
TCTV programs use cable channel 22 in Thurston County.

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COMING EVENTS

Late January to Mid-February 2016

 

 

 

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COMING EVENTS
November 20 to mid-December 2015
(Mostly in Olympia WA, with some in Tacoma, Seattle, and elsewhere)

For longer stretches of time, see the extensive calendars in Olympia FOR’s
newsletters, which are posted at
www.olympiafor.org

 

EVERY WEEK:

Every Monday through Friday from 5:00 to 6:00 am AND from 4 to 5 pm:  “Democracy Now” with Amy Goodman on TCTV cable channel 22 in Thurston County

Every Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 10:00 am:  Amy Goodman’s “Democracy Now,” KAOS 89.3 FM

FOR  Every Monday at 1:30 pm:  Olympia FOR’s program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County – or watch it at any time on your computer through www.olympiafor.org:  NOVEMBER:  “Fukushima, Hanford, and the Dangers of Living Near Nuclear Radiation.”  -- DECEMBER:  “Why Universal Single-Payer Health Care Is the Real Solution.”  See descriptions and watch the programs through www.olympiafor.org/tv_programs.htm and watch programs on TCTV.  Info: Glen Anderson 491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org

Every Monday through Friday from 5:00 to 5:30 pm:  Free Speech Radio News on KAOS 89.3 FM

Every Monday at 5:00 pm:  Veterans for Peace airs a locally produced program on TCTV. Info: Dennis Mills 867-1487 mills.dennis@comcast.net  and www.vfp109rcc.org

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

FOR  Every Wednesday at 5:00 pm:  Olympia FOR’s program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County – or watch it at any time on your computer through www.olympiafor.orgNOVEMBER:  “Fukushima, Hanford, and the Dangers of Living Near Nuclear Radiation.”  -- DECEMBER:  “Why Universal Single-Payer Health Care Is the Real Solution.”  See descriptions and watch the programs through www.olympiafor.org/tv_programs.htm and watch programs on TCTV.  Info: Glen Anderson 491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org

Every Wednesday at 5:00 pm:  Hear “Talk Nation Radio” on KAOS-FM 89.3:  This 29-minute radio program offers politically progressive programs through the Pacifica Network.  Info: http://davidswanson.org/talknationradio

Every Thursday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm:  Kim Dobson’s “Parallel University” on KAOS 89.3 FM features interesting, informative programs about peace, social justice, the environment, progressive politics, and other alternative viewpoints.  The producer and host is Kim Dobson. 951-4382, parralleluniversity@yahoo.com,  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Parallel-University-Radio-Show/148750248532028)  See list of current and past topics and guests.  Listen locally or at www.kaosradio.org

Every Thursday from 4 to 5 pm:  Cop Watch volunteers invite you to connect with local efforts to monitor police behavior:  Cop Watch’s concerned citizens are available to hear your stories and strengthen local efforts.  Come to Traditions Café, 5th & Water, downtown Olympia.

Every Thursday at 8:00 pm:  Veterans for Peace airs a locally produced program on TCTV. Info: Dennis Mills 867-1487 mills.dennis@comcast.net  and www.vfp109rcc.org

FOR  Every Thursday from 9:00 to 10:00 pm:  Olympia FOR’s program on TCTV, cable channel 22 in Thurston County – or watch it at any time on your computer through www.olympiafor.orgNOVEMBER:  “Fukushima, Hanford, and the Dangers of Living Near Nuclear Radiation.”  -- DECEMBER:  “Why Universal Single-Payer Health Care Is the Real Solution.”  See descriptions and watch the programs through www.olympiafor.org/tv_programs.htm and watch programs on TCTV.  Info: Glen Anderson 491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org

Every Friday from 8:30 to 10:30 am:  The Housing Justice Project can help low-income tenants:  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 for the tenants, 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.  Call 705-8194 for information or to schedule an appointment.  For immediate legal information call 1-888-201-1014 (9:15 am to 12:15 pm Monday through Friday).

FOR  Every Friday from 4:30 to 6:00 pm:  Peace Vigil at Percival Landing’s south end, 4th & Water, downtown.  Please join us for whatever length of time you can.  We provide plenty of signs.  The Artesian Rumble Arkestra street band (www.oly-wa.us/artesianrumble) joins us at 5:00 with lively music to support our vigil!  Sponsor: Olympia FOR.  Info: 491-9093 glen@olympiafor.org    www.olympiafor.org/vigils.htm

Every Friday from 5:00 to 6:00 pm:  “Women in Black” Silent Vigil for Peace on the south side of W 4th Ave near the fountain. Women only. Please wear black. Some signs are provided. Since 1988 “Women in Black” has been a loose network of women worldwide committed to peace with justice and actively opposed to war and violence. Info: Rosemary Barnhart 866-7589 rosemary.b@comcast.net  

FOR  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.  Sponsor: Lewis County’s “Fire Mountain” FOR chapter. Info: June Butler 748-9658 or Larry Kerschner 880-4741 larry@peacepoet.me

Every Saturday at 2:00 pm:  Veterans for Peace airs a locally produced program on TCTV. Info: Dennis Mills 867-1487 mills.dennis@comcast.net  and www.vfp109rcc.org

Every Sat and Sun:  The South Sound Estuarium, a marine life discovery center, is open at its new, larger location, 309 State Ave NE, Olympia, from  11 am to 4 pm every Saturday and Sunday.  It is possible to schedule group visits during the week by appointment only.  Regular admission $5 for a family, $3 per individual adult, $1 for children 17 and younger, and free for association members.  Info:  Leihla 888-0565  www.sseacenter.wordpress.com

See the following pages for many calendar items coming up on specific dates from now to mid-December.

SPECIFIC DATES:

“This Changes Everything” - Naomi Klein’s powerful new film on climate crisis and opportunitieswill be SUN JAN 31 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at North Thurston High School.(Word)

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