FAN features events about justice, peace and care for the environment across the state of Washington. Posting does not signify official endorsement by FAN.

Loading Events
Find Events

Event Views Navigation

Events for March 19, 2017

All Day

Musical Performance: Look What a Wonder Jesus Has Done

March 18 - March 19
First African Methodist Episcopal Church,
1522 14th Ave.
+ Google Map

Vesey flyerRead More

Find out more »
10:30 AM

Conoce Tus Derechos / Know Your Rights Training

March 19 @ 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Iglesia Santa Maria,
611 20th Ave S
Seattle,WA98144United States
+ Google Map

Conoce Tus Derechos St Marys flyer 2017-webRead More

Find out more »
2:00 PM

Islam and Judaism: Extending Hands of Friendship

March 19 @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Temple Beth Am,
2632 NE 80th Street
+ Google Map

Jews and Muslims Friends

Date and Time:  Sunday March 19  2-5pm
Location:  Temple Beth Am   2632 NE 80th Street   Seattle 98115
No charge; light refreshments will be served

We will be screening the film ‘Arranged’, the story of friendship between an Orthodox Jewish woman and a traditional Muslim woman who are both first year teachers at the same school and both experiencing similar marriage pressures from their families. Read More

Find out more »
3:30 PM

Hate Crime Info Session – IAWW

March 19 @ 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
North Bellevue Community Center,
4063 148th Ave NE
Bellevue,WA98007United States
+ Google Map

The IAWW (India Assoc. Western WA) Community Program is hosting a Hate Crime Info Session workshop on Sunday March 19th 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm at North Bellevue Community Center (4063 148th Ave NE Bellevue). The session will start with a peace message and a presentation by the panel of attorneys, public prosecutors, police, mindfulness instructors after which we will have a Q&A with elected officials and the community.… Read More

Find out more »
6:30 PM

Two Raging Grannies: Film Screening and Discussion

March 19 @ 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Woodland Park Presbyterian Church,
225 North 70th Street
Seattle,WAUnited States
+ Google Map

Presented by Seattle Fellowship of Reconciliation, starring local activists Shirley Morrison and Hinda Kipnis.

Film Screening of Two Raging Grannies and conversation with Shirley and Hinda to follow.

Shirley Morrison and Hinda Kipnis are local activists who are long time friends and members of the Seattle Raging Grannies. At ages 90 and 84, they set off on a trip to Hinda’s birthplace, New York City, seeking information about our country’s planet-destroying quest for perpetual growth.… Read More

Find out more »
+ Export Day's Events