Dear Friends of the Center: I received from WILPF the following information about events that are happening this month about Earth Week – one is at Lost Lake Park on Sunday, April 23rd at 2 p.m. Please forward this to anyone you know would be interested. With Fresno Earth Day on Saturday, 22nd, this may have got overlooked: and, of course, remember that the Center for Nonviolence is taking part on Fresno Earth Day – look for our booth. That will be at Radio Park from 10-4 – 1st and Clinton.
WILPF EARTH WEEK ACTIVITIES
April 23: 2 P.M.
River blessing & ceremony by Audrey Osborne and other members of the Choinumni Tribe. Native flute music by Lance Canales. Event will take place at the San Joaquin River just inside the entrance to Lost Lake Park. Follow the signs. To avoid the entrance fee, park in the FINS Fish Hatchery free parking just past Lost Lake at Friant and Parker Roads. From the lot you can follow the signs down the short, beautiful nature trail to the ceremony location in Lost Lake Park. FYI: there is a wonderful children’s nature area on the trail. IF MAIN GATE TO LOST LAKE PARK IS CLOSED, PARK OUTSIDE AND WALK IN THE PARK ENTRANCE.
April 29: 2-4 P.M.
Fresno People’s Climate Movement Rally. Blackstone & Nees,
www.peoplesclimate.org Make a sign to show your support for environmental protection.
April 29: 6 P.M.
Potluck and presentation by Adam Scow of Food & Water Watch. Theme: Winning a 100% Clean Energy Future for California.
Potluck at 6 P.M. Presentation at 6:45, both in the Wolk Garden, 6661 N. Forkner Ave. in Fresno.
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