UPDATED April 22
* April 22,23 (Friday, Saturday): Earth Festival at Southampton Campus LIU starting 11am
* April 26 (Tuesday): Film - "End of Suburbia" at Southampton 7pm
* April 26 (Tuesday) Suffolk Peace Network Forum on Iraq and Vietam in Bayshore at 7:15pm
* April 27 (Wednesday): Discussion regarding the Military and the Draft in Blue Point at 7:15pm
* April 27 (Wednesday): Nutrition and Anatomy Workshop in East Hampton 9-11am
* April 28 (Thursday): Film on Retail Giant v. Small Town-"Talking to the Wall" in Sag Harbor at 7pm
* April 30 (Saturday): Discussion on Iraq - Portrait of a Pre-Emptive War in Southampton 3pm
* May 2 ( Monday): Press Conference on "Ending Gridlock" - Transportation Report at 10am in Southampton
* May 3(Community Pot-Luck Diner & Conversation in Water Mill at 7pm)
* May 14 & 21 (Saturdays): Draft Counseling Sessions - Bellport UU - 12:30-3:30 PM
* Repeating Events: "Herstory" Writing Workshops in English and Spanish: Thursdays in East Hampton at 7 pm
April 22,23 (Friday, Saturday): Earth Festival at Southampton Campus LIU starting 11am
The Earth Festival will include Marine Station Tours (2-5pm on Friday), speakers on wide range of environmental and social issues, music and free BBQ(at 4pm Friday), 'veggie' car and hybrid car exhibits. Festival from 11am to 12 Midnight on Friday and 11am to 9pm on Saturday at Southampton Campus of LIU. info at 631-287-8956
April 26 (Tuesday): Film - "End of Suburbia" at Southampton 7pm
A film about 'peak oil' and its effect on the suburban way of life will be shown at the Duke Lecture Hall in the Chancellor's Building at the Southampton Campus of LIU at 7pm. info Scott.Carlin@liu.edu
April 26 (Tuesday) Suffolk Peace Network Forum on Iraq and Vietam in Bayshore at 7:15pm
The Suffolk Peace Network's monthly forum will be on “Iraqi Freedom or Vietnam Revisited?” Explore the similarities and differences. Location is the Bayshore-Brightwaters Library in Bayshore. Open to the public. Refreshments served. Call Brian for more info: 631-968-5571
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
April 27 (Wednesday): Nutrition and Anatomy Workshop in East Hampton 9-11am
Learn about kidney and liver system, foods and herbs at the Senior Citizens Center at 128 Springs Fireplace Road in East Hampton from 9 to 11 am.
Contact: Michael Butler at 324-4947
April 27 (Wednesday): Discussion regarding the Military and the Draft in Blue Point at 7:15pm
Discussion regarding military and the draft at the Bayport-Blue Point Public Library, 203 Blue Point Ave. at 203 Blue Point Ave in Blue Point. Contact: Matt at email@example.com
April 28 (Thursday): Film on Retail Giant v. Small Town-"Talking to the Wall" in Sag Harbor at 7pm
The film "Talking to the Wall-The Story of an American Bargain" will be shown at Bay St Theater, Sag Harbor on Thursday April 28 at 7pm. "Talking to the Wall" tells the story of a retail giant thwarted by the citizens of a small town. Filmaker Steve Alves will speak after the screening. The film is sponsored by "BOX-BUSTERS" a coalition of groups opposed to the development in Bridgehampton of a 'Big Box' retail complex.The retail complex is being planned at taxpayers expense by the Southampton Town Planning department working with the developer inspite of zoning restrictions & anti-superstore legislation.
For more information call 631-725-1149
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. 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. More information: 631-831-4966
May 2 ( Monday): Press Conference on Transportation Report at 10am in Southampton
The event will be at Southampton Campus of LIU at 10am Monday. location tba. more information: Scott.Carlin@liu.edu
May 3(Community Pot-Luck Diner & Conversation in Water Mill at 7pm)
You are welcome to come to a community conversation and potluck dinner ...this is a continuation of the bi-lingual discussion that we had on March 1 after viewing the Farmingville documentary. On Tuesday may 3 at 7 pm community members and elected town officials areinvited to share a meal and stories of their own immigrant histories so thatwe can get to know one another as neighbors and begin to create a richly diverse community for all who live, work, and reside in Southampton Town. The dinner will be at the Incarnation Lutheran Church on Montauk Highway at Hayground Road between Water Mill and Bridgehampton.
If you can please bring a covered dish, beverage, dessert etc. to share... hope you will be there!
An RSVP would be helpful to either Pastor Rose Ann Vita 537-1187 or Fr. Ron Richardson 537-0156
May 14 & 21 (Saturdays): Draft Counseling Sessions - Bellport UU - 12:30-3:30 PM
Draft counseling sessions by Paul Frazier of the Syracuse Peace Council $25.00 fee. Limited to 15 people. Reservations required by 4/30 so info packet can be sent out before program.
more info: Karen at 631-875-8647 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Send event listings for next week's report to email@example.com by 5 pm Tuesday April 26. Plain old text would be appreciated!