- January 16 (Sunday): Vigil for Peace at Sag Harbor Wharf at 3pm
- January 16 (Sunday): Long Island Progressive Coalition South Fork Celebration 4pm - 6pm
- January 20 (Thursday): Innauguration Day Discussion in East Hampton
- January 22 (Saturday): Film and Viet Nam Vets' Discussion on Iraq War in Bridgehampton at 7 pm
- January 25 (Tuesday): Jail Alternatives Group Meets in Riverhead at 12Noon
- February 6 (Sunday): Vigil for Peace at Monument in Bridgehampton at 3pm
- February 7 (Monday): Suffolk Peace Network Meets in Bellport 7:15 pm
January 16 (Sunday): Vigil for Peace at Sag Harbor Wharf at 3pm
Starting Sunday, January 16 East End Women in Black return to Sag Harbor on the third Sunday of each month at the Wharf at 3pm. The vigil for peace and an end to occupations of Iraq and Palestine and a return of our troops from Iraq continues.
January 16 (Sunday): Long Island Progressive Coalition South Fork Celebration 4pm - 6pm
The South Fork Chapter of Long Island Progressive Coalition will hold a celebration for participants in the Get Out the Vote effort this past fall. A dinner party (bring lots of food- progressives are hungry people) will be held at the home of Jane and Bill Chaleff on Cedar Street in East Hampton.
For directions, etc. contact Seth at LIProgressive Coalition: 516-541-1006 ext. 13 or firstname.lastname@example.org
January 20 (Thursday): Inauguration Day Discussion in East Hampton
An interfaith discussion will be held on Inauguration Day, Thursday, January 20, from 12:30pm to 2:30pm entitled "Where Do We Go From Here?"
People of good will of all faiths and spiritual paths are welcome. The interfaith conversation is meant to mark our concerns about the challenges and choices our nation faces regarding authentic moral, spiritual and democratic values. The gathering has been planned to provide a meeting place for those on the East End who seek an open and inclusive direction in public policy. Reverend Rob Stuart will facilitate the gathering to be held at the parish house of Saint Luke's Episcopal Church in East Hampton. A brown bag lunch is suggested.
For further information contact Maryann Calendrille at 725-4926.
January 22 (Saturday): Film and Viet Nam Vets' Discussion on Iraq War in Bridgehampton at 7 pm
East End Veterans will sponsor a screening of the film "Hearts & Minds" followed by a discussion by Viet Nam combat vets on parallels and differences between the Viet Nam and Iraq wars, government policies and Pentagon strategies. The program wil be at the Bridgehampton National Bank Community Room at 7pm.
Contact: Michael O'Neill at email@example.com
January 25 (Tuesday): Jail Alternatives Group Meets in Riverhead at 12Noon
The next meeting of Concerned Communities for Alternatives to Jail will be on Tuesday,January 25, 12 noon to 2 p.m. in the Crafts Room downstairs at the Riverhead FreeLibrary, 220 Court Street
February 6 (Sunday): Vigil for Peace at Monument in Bridgehampton at 3pm
East End Women in Black continue the vigil held since August 2002 on the first Sunday of each month at the Monument (Route 27 and Ocean Road) at 3pm.
We vigil in support of peace and an end to occupations of Iraq and
Palestine and a return of our troops.
February 7 (Monday): Suffolk Peace Network Meets in Bellport 7:15 pm
This montly meeting will be at the Unitarian Fellowship on Browns Road at 7: 15 pm.
contact: Liz Folz firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen Sackett email@example.com