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May
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1986
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To Publicize Calendar Events Send press releases to: AGENDA 1209 Birk Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Attenüom Calendar Format: Date E vent Sponsor Time, Place, Telephoné Deadline: Fifteenth of tbenwnth prior to publication. Wednesday, April 30 Deadline for ch ld ren 's artwork: Washtenaw County Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament Due date for May 1 1, Mother's Day Festival of Peace artwork. Send submission, with the theme, "Peace is....," to WAND, 1340 Wines, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. To have artwork picked up, cali 7699334. General meeting: Farm Labor Organizing Committee 5:45pm, Room 4318, Michigan Union, U-M, Ann Arbor. For information: 769-0027 or 7641446. Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee Donation, $2 adults, $1 children (612). 6-7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe, Ann Arbor. For information: 662-5189. General Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee 8 pm, Michigan Union, U-M, Ann Arbor. Stop at the information desk for room location. Thursday, May 1 General Meeting: HAP-NICA 802 Monroe, Ann Aibor. For information: 761-7960. International Conference of Progressive Unionists: Industrial Workers of the World. Five day conference (May 1-5), commemorating the lOOth anniversary of the Haymarket incident and the campaign for the 8 hour day to be held in Chicago, II. For information: 483-3478. Friday, May 2 Peer Counselor Training: Women's Crisis Center Training involves 30 hours over two weekends, a six month commitment and four hours per week after training. $20 fee. For information: 761-9475. Saturday, May 3 General Meeting: Coalition for Arms Control 9:30 am, 310 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor. For information: 663-4897. Alternative Commencement: Free South África Coordinating Committee Commencement will honor Nelson Mándela. Plans are to have a wellknown keynote speaker and a representative to accept an honorary degree in Mandela's stead. 10 am, Rackham Amphitheatre, UM, Ann Arbor. For information: 9717994 or 769-8549. Spring Gardening at Zen Buddhist Temple: Zen Buddhist Temple of Ann Arbor Preparation and planting of the Temple's organic garden. Share skills, ask questions and bring tools if you can. Everyone welcome. A light lunch will be provided. 11 am-3 pm, 1214 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-6520. Demonstration against Star Wars Research: Campases Against Weapons in Space Demonstration at the graduation ceremony. 1 pm, front of Michigan Stadium, U-M, Ann Aibor. For information: 763-3241. Peace Pole Planting: Clonlara School A 91 inch cedar pole, a universal symbol of peace that originated in Japan, will be plantod and dedicated. Clonlara School, 1289 Jewett, Ann Arbor. For information: 7694515. Sunday, May 4 Fifteenth Annual Bike-a-Thon: Ecology Center Bike-a-Thon to raise money for the Ecology Center's core programs. For information: 7613186. Interfaith Council for Peace Benefit: Children's concert by Trees. Tickets, $2 per child, $4 per adult donation. Performances 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm, the Ark Coffeehouse. For information: 663-1870. Positive Gay Identity Conference: Marygrove College (Detroit). For information: 763-4186 or 8637255. Sunday Service: Zen Buddhist Temple of Ann Arbor Meditation, chanting, a talk, and tea. 1214 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-6520. Monday, May 5 General Meeting: South African Politica! Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm, 2501 Braeburn Circle, Ann Albor. For information: 973-2016. Informal working meeting: Industrial Workers of the World 5:45 pm, 42 S. Summit,.Ypsilanti. For information: 483-3478. General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee 7 pm, Center for Afro-American and African Studies lounge, fïrst floor, West Engineering Building, UM, Ann Arbor. For information: 9717994 or 769-8549. Tuesday, May 6 General Meeting: AIDS Action Alliance of Ann Arbor 7 .pm, Michigan League, U-M, Ann Arbor. The room number will be listed on main floor. Wednesday, May 7 Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America Education Action Committee (See April 30) Spicy Chicano Pintos (FLOC beans). Committee Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace-Hunger Task Force 7:30 pm, Pine Room, Wesley Foundation, 602 E. Huron, Ann Arbor. For information: 663-1870. General Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (See April 30) General Meeting: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (See April 30) Thursday, May 8 Scrap Box Open House: Ecology Center. Open house of organization that reuses many kinds of industrial and household discards. For information: 9944420. Friday, May 9 Gay Coffee Night: Gay Liberation Socialize and relax. No charge. 8-11 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe, Ann Arbor. For information: 763-4186 Saturday, May 10 Free White Pine Tree Seedling Giveaway: Ecology Center. Ecology Center's Recycling Station, 2050 S. Industrial Hwy., Ann Arbor. For information: 7613186. General Meeting: Gray Panthers Work session and letter writing to political leaders. 2-4 pm, Ann Arbor Fire Station, second floor conference room, 107 N. Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor. For information: 6630786. Talk on North American Zen Buddhism: Zen Buddhist Temple of Ann Arbor. History, philosophy and practice. 78 pm, 1214 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-6520. Sunday, May 11 Mother's Day Festival of Peace: Washtenaw County Women's Action for Disarmament, Inc. A reinstitution of the more authentic version of Mother's Day, originated by Julia Ward Howe, celebrating a day focused on Mothers and peace. 1-4 pm, West Park, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-1718. Sunday Service: Zen Buddhist Temple of Ann Arbor (See May 4) Monday, May 12 General Meeting: South African Political Prisoner Bracelet Program (See May 5) General Membership Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World. 5:45 pm, 42 S. Summit, Ypsilanti. For information: 483-3478. General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (See May 5) Tenant Organizing Workshop: Ann Arbor Tenants Union How-to meeting for tenants interested for organizing with their neighbors. 7 pm, Tenants Union office, 4001 Michigan Union, U-M, Ann Arbor. For information: 763-6876. Organizational Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee Meeting on "Tools for Peace and Justice Campaign." 7 pm, room 4202, Michigan Union, U of M, Ann Arbor. For information: 663-4301. Wednesday, May 14 Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America Education Action Committee (See April 30) Split Pea and Cabbage - India Style. Speech by José Alas: Interfaith Council for Peace Father Alas, a Salvadoran priest in exile, will speak about his work in El Salvador with Christian communities and Archbishop Oscar Romero, who was assassinated in 1980. He will also talk about what people of faith here can do in response to U.S. policy. A quesadilla and coffee reception will follow with Father Alas and the Celaya family, who live in Sanctuary at the Ann Arbor Friends Meeting. Free. All welcome. 7:30 pm; cali the ICP office, 663-1870, for location of the evenL Committee Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace Land, Food and Justice Meeting on plans for the third annual farm tour in August. 7:30 pm, Pine Room, 602 E. Huron, Ann Arbor. For information: 663-1870. General Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (See April 30) General Meeting: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (See April 30) Thursday, May 15 General Meeting: HAP-NICA (See May 1) Friday, May 16 Committee Meeting: Interfaith Council for PeaceDisarmament Working Group Discussion of nuclear testing moratorium and local response to the bombing of Libya. Noon-1 pm, Interfaith Office, 604 E. Huron, Ann Arbor. For information: 6631870. Gay Pride Week Planning Meeting: GLORHYA2 7 pm, Michigan League, rooms 4 and 5, U-M, Ann Arbor. For information: 763-4186. Saturday, May 17 General Meeting: Ann Arbor War Tax DissidentsU.S. Peace Tax Fund Brown bag lunch. Beverages provided. All welcome. Noon to 3 pm, Pine Room, Wesley Foundation, 602 E. Huron, Ann Arbor. For infonnatíon: 663-2655. Sunday, May 18 Sunday Service: Zen Buddhist Tempte of Ann Arbor (See May 4) Monday, May 19 General Meeting: South African Politica! Prisoner Bracelet Program (See May 5) Informal working meeting: Industrial Workers of the World 5:45 pm, 42 S. Summit, Ypsilanti. For information: 483-3478. General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (See May 5) Marak Garztecki Speech: Industrial Workers of the World 7:30 pm, 42 S. Summit, Ypsilanti. For information: 483-3478. Wednesday, May 21 Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee. (See April 30) Tofu and Veggies with Peanut Sauce. General Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (See April 30) General Meeting: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (See April 30) Friday, May 23 Gay Coffee Night: Gay Liberation Socialize and relax. No charge. 8-11 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe, Ann Arbor. For information: 763-4186. Sunday, May 25 Sunday Service: Zen Buddhist Temple of Ann Arbor (See May 4) Monday, May 26 General Meeting: South Afincan Politica! Prisoner Bracelet Program (See May 5) Informal working meeting: Industrial Workers of the WorW 5:45 pm, 42 S. Summit, Ypsilanti. For information: 483-3478. General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (See May 5) Tuesday, May 27 Older Americans Month Celebration: Housing Bureau for Seniors Potluck lunch, followed by slide show and housing workshop. Bring a dish to pass. Noon lunch. Slide show 1-2:30 pm, Kttsfíeld Township Senior Center, 701 W. Ellsworth, Ann Arbor. For information and to register 7630970. Wednesday, May 28 Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee. (See April 30) FLOC beans. General Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee (See April 30) General Meeting: Farm Labor Organizing Committee (See April 30) Thursday, May 29 General Meeting: HAP-NICA (See May 1)