This afternoon, Dane County Timebank host a Builders Workshop titled “Creating Neighbor to Neighbor Care Teams.” Special guest is Kathy Perlow of Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, developer of the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Care Team model of timebanking. This is from 4 to 6pm at Madison Central Library, in the 3rd Floor Community Room, 201 West Mifflin. Free and open to all. More info at danecountytimebank.org.
Tonight is a free screening of “Out In The Night.” This film tells the story of a group of young friends, African American lesbians who are out one hot August night in New York’s Greenwich Village. After a lifetime demanding self defense, one night they fought back and paid a heavy price. It explores the intersection of race, criminal justice, and women’s and LGBTQ rights. Part of the Social Cinema Film Series, this free event is at 7pm at Union South Marquee Theatre, 1308 West Dayton. More info at havenssocialcinema.org.
This afternoon, the Havens Center Visiting Speakers Program presents Bill Gallegos, former Executive Director, Communities for a Better Environment who will be lecturing on “How a Grassroots Movement of People of Color Defeated Chevron Oil in Richmond, California”. This is today at 4pm in 8417 Social Science, 1180 Observatory Drive, on the UW Campus. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 262-1420.
Students of the Spring Hill Middle School in Wisconsin Dells will present a series of ethnic folk dances for the school’s Ethnic Dance and Achievement Awards Assembly this Friday from 1:15 to 3:15pm. The Assembly is free and open to the public and will feature an option for the audience to join in at the end. This is Friday at 300 Vine Street in Wisconsin Dells. For more info, call Hugh at 608-253-2467.
Tonight’s Socrates Cafe topic is “Is the World Ready for a Righteous, Honest Planetary Government?” This is at 7pm at Steepery Tea, 430 State Street. For more info, email email@example.com.