City of Columbia Council Meeting
TUESDAY July 16th 6PM
1737 Main St. Columbia, SC
Please join us in support of the Columbia City Council passing a proclamation declaring Hiroshima Vigil/Remembrance Day on August 4th. There will also be a resolution on the agenda in support of the “Ban the Box” campaign.
Check out the full text of the Hiroshima resolution here…
Continue reading “City of Columbia to Proclaim Aug 4th Hiroshima Vigil/Remembrance Day”
Hiroshima In Our Hearts: Moving Beyond the Bomb
SUNDAY Aug 5th 2pm-4pm
SC State Museum, Gervais Room
301 Gervais St. Columbia, SC
Join us for the 28th Annual Hiroshima Vigil in Columbia, SC… “Hiroshima In Our Hearts: Moving Beyond the Bomb” is a special observance, remembrance and a vigil to acknowledge the horror of nuclear weapons and the need for nuclear disarmament. We will will remember the destruction caused by nuclear weapons, celebrate community, and pledge to walk together in peace with music, spoken word, creation of a mandala, origami, and reflections.
FREE and open to the public. RSVP/Share on Facebook
Columbia Friends Meeting (Quakers)
Carolina Peace Resource Center
Join us next Sunday August 6th in remembering #Hiroshima and renewing our commitment to work toward a more peaceful world where nuclear weapons will never be used again. Featuring music, poetry, dance, and children’s activities including making origami peace cranes. 2:30pm-4:30pm at Edventure’s Canal Room, 211 Gervais St. FREE.
Sponsored by Carolina Peace and the Columbia Friends Meeting (Quakers)
More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/204584853388254/
Hiroshima Vigils 2015
featuring Morihiko Nakahara of the SC Philharmonic
THURSDAY August 6th 7PM Continue reading “2015 Events Marking Hiroshima & Nagasaki 70th Anniversary”
Hiroshima Day Vigil
WEDNESDAY August 6th, 6PM
Tapp’s on Main, 1644 Main St.
Commemorating the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and calling for nuclear disarmament and abolition. Featuring a screening of the short film “Witness to Hiroshima,” music and reflection in memoriam of the residents of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Followed by a preview of the “Hiroshima: Never Forget” art exhibit.
Co-sponsored by the Carolina Peace Resource Center and the Columbia Society of Friends (Quakers)
RSVP/Share on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/905621932786705/
“Hiroshima: Never Forget” Art Exhibit
August 7th-August 30th
Tapp’s on Main, 1644 Main St.
Featuring art from Jeri Burdick, Susan Lenz, Sean McGuinness (That Godzilla Guy), Kimi Maeda. and others, posters from the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the short film “Witness to Hiroshima.” Runs August 7th through August 31st.
OPENING First Thursday Aug 7th the public is invited to handcraft origami peace cranes, for all ages.. 5:30 pm till closing.
For more info, http://www.tappsartscenter.com/
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to help table/fold peace cranes in shifts from 5pm to 10pm
Contact David, david @ carolinapeace.org with your availability.