* April 8 (Friday): Father Roy Bourgeois of School of Americas Watch Speaks in East Hampton at 7pm
* April 10(Sunday): Executive Director of Suffolk Civil Liberties Union to Speak on Patriot Act
* April 10(Sunday): Music for Peace Concert at Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington at 7pm
* April 11 (Monday): Peace Group to Meet with Tim Bishop in Coram Office at 12:30 pm
* April 11 (Monday): Panel Discussion on 'The Patriot Act and You" in Southampton at 7pm
* April 12 (Tuesday): South Fork Chapter - Long Island Progressive Coalition Meets in Water Mill 6:30pm
* April 14 (Thursday): Southampton Housing Coalition Meets in Southampton
* April 16, 17 (Saturday, Sunday): Spirit of Spring Festival at Shinnecock 11am to 4pm
* April 17th(Sunday): East End Poetry Workshop in East Hampton at 2pm
* April 17 (Sunday) Discussion: Defense of the Bill of Rights Resolution in Water Mill at 2pm
* April 17 (Sunday): East End Women in Black Vigil for Peace at Sag Harbor Wharf 3pm
* April 21 (Thursday): Greater Farmingville Community Assn. Meets in Holtsville at 7:15
* April 30 (Saturday): Discussion on Iraq - Portrait of a Pre-Emptive War in Southampton 3pm
* Repeating Events: "Herstory" Writing Workshops in English and Spanish: Thursdays in East Hampton at 7 pm
April 8 (Friday): Father Roy Bourgeois of School of Americas Watch Speaks in East Hampton at 7pm
Father Roy Bourgeois, the founder of the organization fighting to stop US military training of Latin American military officers will speak about the School of the Americas and the 'War on Terror' at East Hampton's Windmill II Housing Community Room Friday evening, April 8 at 7 p.m. Windmill II is at 219 Accabonac Road in East Hampton
Contact Gerry Mooney at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 631-324-7195
April 10(Sunday): Executive Director of Suffolk Civil Liberties Union to Speak on Patriot Act
On April 10th Jared Feuer will speak at the South Country Library in Bellport from 2-4 pm. His topic will be Security, Liberty, and the US Patriot Act. This library is located at 22 Station Road in Bellport. Come out to support the Bill of Rights
April 10(Sunday): Music for Peace Concert at Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington at 7pm
Hopes for PEACE are still alive all over the world. We will celebrate with a concert at the Cinema Arts Centre, Park Avenue, Huntington Sunday evening at 7pm. Musicians featured include Little Toby Walker, the B&GC Steel Drum Band, George & Julius, Claudia Jacobs & The Morris's, David Fersh & Friends, Ramona, Andy Greenhouse and Buddy Merriam.
Donation of $5 to assist the Cinema.
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April 11 (Monday): Peace Group to Meet with Tim Bishop in Coram Office at 12:30 pm
Representative Tim Bishop (D. 1st CD) recently voted again to fund the Iraq war with approximately $80 billion.
Members of South Country Peace Group others will assemble at Congressman Bishop's office at 3680 Route 112 in Coram on Monday April 11 at 12:15 pm for a 12:30 meeting with Mr. Bishop focusing on the economic cost of the war to our district. The South Country Peace Group and the Friend's Committee on National Legislation are sponsoring this lobbying effort.
Call Susan McKeon at 281-0055 or SMc1270236@msn.com if you want to join the group.
April 11 (Monday): Panel Discussion on 'The Patriot Act and You" in Southampton at 7pm
How much is too much to promise in return for 'protection against terroism'? The Patriot Act, passed in October 2001 (without most of Congress having read it), is scheduled either to expire or be renewed in December 2005.
A panel discussion on the Patriot act will be held at the Morris Meeting Room of the Rogers Memorial Library on Meeting House Lane in Southampton on Monday April 11 at 7pm.
Speakers are Bill Murphy (Rogers Library board president), Mackie Finnerty (attorney), Carol Mellor, attorney) and Barbara Jordan of the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons.
The panel and audience will discuss such topics as the right of government to access your library and bookstore records, monitor your computer use or enter your home without notice.
The event is sponsored by The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons and the Rogers Memorial Library.
Reservations appreciated. More info at 631-283-0774 extension 523
April 12 (Tuesday): South Fork Chapter - Long Island Progressive Coalition Meets in Water Mill 6:30pm
Monthly meeting of the LIPC South Fork Chapter at the Lutheran Church on Route 27 at Hayground Road between Water Mill and Bridgehampton at 6:30pm. Housing, Healthcare, conditions for workers and other subjects will be discussed.
April 14 (Thursday): Southampton Housing Coalition Meets in Southampton
The group promoting workforce-affordable housing in Southampton meets at the United Methodist Church in Southampton at 160 North Main Street in Southampton at 6:30pm
April 16, 17 (Saturday, Sunday): Spirit of Spring Festival at Shinnecock 11am to 4pm
Welcome Spring at the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum located at Montauk Highway and West Gate Road. Crafts by Shinnecock artisans will be displayed including stone, antler and wood carving, jewelery, candles. Refreshments, baked goods available.
April 17th(Sunday): East End Poetry Workshop in East Hampton at 2pm
To celebrate Poetry Week the East Hampton Library has invited members of the East End
Poetry Workshop to read their poems. The event will take place Sunday April 17th at 2:00 pm at the library, 159 Main Street, East Hampton contact Jean Hoffman firstname.lastname@example.org
April 17 (Sunday) Discussion: Defense of the Bill of Rights Resolution in Water Mill at 2pm
A panel including Jared Feurer, Jay Schniederman & others will discuss a resolution to be presented to the east end towns and the Suffolk Legislature on Defense of the Bill of Rights. The meeting is scheduled for 2pm at the Water Mill Community House on Route 27.
April 17 (Sunday): East End Women in Black Vigil for Peace at Sag Harbor Wharf 3pm
East End Women in Black stand for peace and justice for all people. Join us to oppose the war in Iraq and the occupations of Iraq and Palestine at 3pm on Sunday, April 17 at the Wharf in Sag Harbor. We say 'Support the troops and bring them home now!'
More Info: www.eewib.blogspot.com or 631-831-4966 or email email@example.com
April 21 (Thursday): Greater Farmingville Community Assn. Meets in Holtsville at 7:15
FYI: The next meeting of the organization formerly known as Sachem Quality of Life is scheduled for April 21st at the Sequoya Middle School, Waverly Ave., Holtsville @ 7:15 p.m. Tentative guest speaker is Brookhaven Town Supervisor John LaValle. This organization is opposed to immigrant day laborers and those who have tried to improve their working conditions.
April 30 (Saturday): Discussion on Iraq - Portrait of a Pre-Emptive War in Southampton 3pm
The 'Costs of War' is the title of a discussion to be held at the United Methodist Church at 160 Main St in Southampton on Saturday April 30 from 3 to 5 pm. The discussion will cover casualties, psychological effects on soldiers and losses to families as well as the loss of resources for domestic programs.
Invited Keynote Speakers: Rev. Osagyefo Sekou of Clergy and Laity Concerned About the War and Nancy Lessen of Military Families Speak Out.
Photos of the war dead and grave markers from recent memorial services will be displayed.
The event is sponsored by the East End Interfaith Task Force and the Eastern Long Island NAACP with the help of the North Fork People of Conscience, East End Veterans for Peace and the United Methodist Church of Southampton, Rev. Jack King, Pastor
More information: 631-831-4966
"Herstory" Writing Workshops in Spanish and English: Thursdays in East Hampton
Every Thursday women come together to share their writing with one another and receive feedback on how to structure and shape their life writing.
The East Hampton workshop is open to East Hampton Town residents. It meets every Thursday, 7-9 p.m., at the Senior Citizens Center, 128 Springs-Fireplace Road.
Send event listings to firstname.lastname@example.org by Noon each Wednesday,