Occupy Medical Clinic is hosting a free haircut day on Sunday, March 25, during regular clinic hours from noon to 4 p.m. Volunteer hairstylists will cut your hair at the Federal Building plaza on the corner of 7th and Pearl in downtown Eugene.
Ready for a radical change? Volunteer hairstylists will also be standing by to clip your ponytail to donate to Beautiful Lengths which, in cooperation with the American Cancer Society, turns these donations into wigs for children struggling with cancer.
Monthly meeting of people of faith seeking to engage effectively with community partners in direct action to create needed change.
Occupy Eugene invites everyone to an Open House and Volunteer Fair at our building OEV, 1274 W 7th, on Saturday, March 24, from 2 to 4 pm. (Please park on the side streets.)
In celebration of Women’s history month, free movie.
Dr. Gordon Lafer, political economist and associate professor at the U of O’s Labor Education and Research Center, will lead a training session focused on strategic planning. The training will assist organizers and activists determine our movement’s goals for 2012 and how we can successfully reach those goals.
Read/recite poetry or perform spoken word. Original Works Encouraged!
Please come join us in celebration on Saturday March 17th from 2:00-4:00. After an hour of silent meditation/prayer, there will be a sharing circle, followed by a brief planting ceremony. Everyone is invited to bring a handful of sacred earth and/or holy water, as an offering to the earth that sustains us.
2:00-2:15pm Gather and set up alter.
2:15-3:30 Silent Meditation/Prayer Circle
3:30-4:00 Sharing Circle and Planting Ceremony
Indubious headlines, with local bands Swagsensi & The Tip from Eugene playing in addition to 3 speakers: OE’s own Alley Valkyrie, Charity Madison from Fields Of Food, Rick Staggenberg from Soldiers Of Peace.
Join Charles Eisenstein, author of “Sacred Economics: Money, Gift, and Society in the Age of Transition” for an evening conversation this Saturday, March 10th, 7pm at Columbia Hall rm 150, University of Oregon.