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FIRST FRIDAY OCCUPY ART AND OPEN HOUSE

FIRST FRIDAY OCCUPY ART AND OPEN HOUSE

“Art inspired by or created for the Occupy Eugene movement.”
Featuring paintings, sculpture, photography and mixed media.
As part of the First Friday Art Walk, the event will include music, refreshments, information and more!
Friday, Sept. 7th/5:30-8 pm at 1191 Lawrence St., Eugene 

Paint a Picket at Outpost A on Labor Day

On Labor Day, Monday, September 3, volunteers from Occupy Eugene will paint a picket fence in the front yard of Outpost A at 1191 Lawrence Street. 

The purpose of the event is to educate the public about bank foreclosures—many of which are fraudulent—and their devastating impact on neighborhoods. 

OE invites the community to visit us at 1191 Lawrence, to talk with activists and volunteers and to see and hear about the work we are doing. 

Roundtable Discussion About Oregon's New Foreclosure Law

Roundtable Discussion About Oregon’s New Foreclosure Law

Occupy Eugene’s Housing-Foreclosure Action Committee (OH-FAC) will offer a roundtable discussion about the new Oregon foreclosure law, Senate Bill 1552, at EWEB’s Community Room, 500 E. 4th Avenue, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 30. 

Mark Lakeman Presentation for Opportunity Village Eugene

Mark Lakeman Presentation for Opportunity Village Eugene

Join us on our journey to develop a vision for Opportunity Village Eugene with Mark Lakeman, co-founder of The City Repair Project and the Village Building Convergence. Let’s Do It Right… Aug. 14 from 7 to 9pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 1685 13th Ave.  

Occupy the Eugene Celebration Parade: A Roof for All

Occupy the Eugene Celebration Parade: A Roof for All

Join Occupy Eugene and march in the Eugene Celebration parade this Saturday. 

The Eugene Occupier Calls for Submissions

The Eugene Occupier Calls for Submissions

What has the past year of activism in OE meant to you? Send us a brief statement at http://occupyeugenemedia.org/newsletter/submissions/ for our September/October issue, which will celebrate the one-year anniversaries of both OWS and OE. 

Dave Lippman/Wild Bill Bailout Benefit for Occupy

Wild Bill Bailout, the Bard of the Bankers, and satirical songster Dave Lippman bring their Fairly Balanced Cabaret to Eugene on Friday, August 3, 8:30 PM, at Cozmic, 199 W. 8th. Admission $7-10 (no one turned away for lack of funds). This is a benefit for Occupy Eugene/Occupy Housing and Foreclosure Action Committee.  

Medical Clinic Sunday

Medical Clinic Sunday

Occupy Eugene hosts a free Medical Clinic every Sunday. This service is available to all. A dental hygienist is available for basic teeth cleaning and preventative care. This clinic is operated by volunteers with the holistic, patient-driven approach. Nutritional guidance and alternative medicine is also available.