Building Bridges for Peace

Peace Week 2012

Monday, April 9

Lunch n Learn: Faith and Politics

Noon, Speicher Room, upper College Union

Ultimate Frisbee Tournament.

3 p.m., College Mall

 

Kenapocomoco Coalition: Consensus Decision-making with Cliff Kindy

Kindy, a reservist with Christian Peacemaker Teams since 1990, has experience in Puerto Rico, Colombia, the Gaza Strip, Palestine, Mexico, Iraq and with First Nation communities in New Brunswick, South Dakota and New York.

9 p.m., 702 Ninth St.

 

Tuesday, April 10

Honoring Nobel nominee Gene Sharp, Manchester College 2012 Innovator of the Year (news release)

3:30 p.m., Cordier Auditorium

VIA credit

 

Vocations in Faith and Service Fair

4:30 p.m., Cordier Auditorium lobby

 

Goshen College Women’s World Music Choir: Connecting Cultures through Music (choir website)

7 p.m., Cordier Auditorium

VIA credit

 

Wednesday, April 11

Lunch n Learn: Education for Conflict Resolution

Noon, Speicher Room, upper College Union

 

Dinner with Dan McFadden, director of Brethren Volunteer Service (BVS)  

5 p.m., Haist Commons, College Union

 

 

Thursday, April 12

Chapel with Dan McFadden: Get Out of the Boat

On risk-taking. McFadden is director of Brethren Volunteer Service (BVS)

3:30 p.m., Petersime Chapel

 

Service Project: Campus Prayer Labyrinth

6 p.m., College Woods, behind Cordier Auditorium

 

Peace House Movie Night: I Am 

2011 documentary written, narrated and directed by Tom Shadyak about his personal journey. (I Am website).

10 p.m., Peace House, 1106 N. Wayne St., across from Helman Hall

 

Friday, April 13

Building Bridges for Peace, an activity

9 p.m., Physicians Atrium, Science Center

 

Saturday, April 14

Peace Week Concert with Kris Brownlee and Mutual Kumquat, and student bands Three-Fifths Flannel and Two Horizons

noon to 4 p.m., College Mall

Sunday, April 15

2012 International Fair

More than 20 countries represented, international food, cultural exhibits, music and dance performances, children's activities

noon to 5 p.m., the PERC