Friday, January 10, 2014

Friday, 10 January 2014 | Kiosk Collective

Today in 1917: The National Women’s Party begins regular picketing of the White House, advocating the right to vote for women.

It’s This Weekend’s Action Calendar!

Tonight, Primates Incorporated hosts an evening of African drumming, ska, and punk! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Primates Incorporated, the nonprofit raising funds to construct an enriching and spacious primate sanctuary in Wisconsin. There is a cost for this event. This is tonight at 9pm at The Frequency, 121 West Main Street. For more info, call Amy at 608-220-2166 or email amy@primatesinc.com.

Occupy Madison General Assembly is held on the second Saturday of each month. The next meeting is tomorrow at 2pm at Room 200 in The Fountain, 122 State Street. Please submit agenda items tomartina2323@gmail.com. For more info, call 815-685-8567.

Tomorrow is Harvest of Hope Winter Farmers Market and Local Food Breakfast, hosted by the Churches Center for Land and People. A portion of the sales from each market and breakfast goes to the CCLP Harvest of Hope Emergency Fund to help family farmers in need. This is tomorrow from 9:30am to 12:30pm at Our Lady Queen of Peace, 401 South Owen Drive. More info at cclpmidwest.org

Saturday, Slave Free Madison hosts a Change Boutique titled “Design a Future Without Trafficking.” Hear directly from local service providers about what trafficking really looks like in Dane County. Learn what steps you can take today to design a world without trafficking. Help
design a t-shirt for the cause – bring your fair trade t-shirt or purchase one courtesy of Change
Boutique. Refreshments provided by Bunky’s Cafe. This is tomorrow from 3 to 6pm at the Change Boutique, 1252 Williamson Street. More info at slavefreemadison.squarespace.com.

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