The Peace Panel Project was pitching “trees for kids” at the Farmer's Market this last Saturday. Underneath the old magnolia tree we introduced people to Better World Shopping Guide, Project Censored, Ruses for War, Nonviolent Communication and Chico Tree Advocates. We sold some books and handed out brochures. We even sold a Chico Peace & Justice Center raffle ticket for a Mexican Getaway, for the drawing at the Annual Dinner October 16. The highlight of the day was when my daughter, Camille, came by with mini cup cakes for peace. The booth was a lot more popular as long as they lasted.
Saturday, August 8, 2015
We had a good day at the Farmer's Market. Sold some books, signed up some Tree Advocate volunteers and were serenaded by some great musicians. We featured Chico Tree Advocates (and handed out Annie B quarter sheets) Non Violent Communication, Ruses for War, and Better World Shopping Guide. Inspired some activism.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Thursday, July 30, 2015
My daughter, Camille, and I brought the Peace Panel Project's "essential sequential five" Panels to the Quaker Peace Vigil in San Francisco last Thursday. If you are ever in the City you can join in too. Every Thursday from Noon to 1 pm at 400 Golden Gate Avenue in front of the Federal Building the local Quakers make a stand for peace.
Saturday, July 11, 2015
We had a good exhibit at the Saturday Farmer's Market. Got our old spot back under the old Magnolia Tree, after checking in with the Management. I have made a lot of Peace Panels (74 - 2' x 4"). I have exhibited as many as 36 Panels on 12 easels at a time. And then it occurred to me, people don't have the time for that big of