Thurs Nov 9 – 5:30 – Fay Public Library League of Women Voters Gun Violence Out of frustration following the passage of a ludicrous law forcing our institutions of higher education all across Arkansas to allow concealed carry weapons on their campuses, the League of Women Voters decided that it was time for ACTION. Current events demand it as we mourn again the needless deaths from gun violence. It became obvious when we started our study that the dangers from guns are well documented and not only in Arkansas but all across the country. The problems stemming from expanded concealed […]
Saturday Sept 9 – 12:00 noon-2:00 pm Walmart Auditorium in the Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies, NWACC Campus, One College Drive, Bentonville WHAT DO YOU THINK? You and I have an opportunity to demonstrate to each other that we have the courage and fortitude to listen to each other – even when we have different opinions on the subject. The Confederate Soldier on the Bentonville Square is worth a healthy conversation – don’t you think? Is it really only all about “move it” or “keep it”? Can we not expand the discussion to how to best to assure respect and […]
Saturday August 12 – 1:00 pm Washington County Courthouse College and Dicksons Streets Arkansas Nonviolence Alliance The world’s on edge, waiting for the next shock. We’re doing all we can to make it better, but things seem hopeless sometimes. We need each other, friends. Here are some of the places and people who are feeling the same way. Come and connect.
Thurs June 29 – 6:30 pm – OMNI Joy Caffrey tells the story of her shaman journey to New Zealand “Dear community, allow me to give back to you with a sharing of my trip. I will offer a sound healing blessing, show my 8 minute talk that I gave in New Zealand and share stories of love and wisdom. I hope you can join me on June 29th from 6:30 – 8 p.m.” Journey With Joy event
The Power of the Pen LTE’s – Letter Writing Support Thurs Feb 23 – 5:00 pm – OMNI Library This group is gearing up to protect a robust democracy and a powerful local citizenry. Any writers out there who want their voices heard? Here’s a place where yours is needed badly! Find out more next Thursday!