Putney Friends Meeting has endorsed the work of GunSense. Ann Braden will be with us on Sunday January 18th at 9:45am at Putney Friends Meetinghouse to speak with us about how we can help support legislation regarding gun ownership here in Vermont.
Gun Sense VT is an independent, grassroots, Vermont-run organization fueled by volunteers from all over the state. Supporters are gun owners and non-gun owners who come from every voting district in the state and cross party lines and who want to see criminal background checks — the single most effective systematic way to keep guns out of the hands of felons, domestic abusers and other dangerous people — required on most all gun sales in Vermont.
Putney Friends Meeting presentation:
“The Two Row Wampum”
at: Next Stage
Kimball Hill Rd., Putney, VT
On Thursday November 20th at 7:00 PM
This film features stunning footage of the 28 day paddling journey from the Onondaga Nation to the United Nations in New York City during the summer of 2013 to re-ratify a 400 year old treaty.
The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion by the participants.
Non-perishable food donations will benefit the Putney Food Shelf
$5.00 suggested donation is requested for the upkeep of this wonderful venue!
Social Justice Film Festival 2014 sponsored by Putney Friends Meeting
To be held at Next Stage 15 Kimball Hill Rd., Putney, VT
Thurs . Nov . 6th: The Power of Song
The life and songs of Pete Seeger; a documentary
Thurs . Nov . 13th: The Dharma Brothers
How lives were changed by the introduction of silent meditation at a maximum security prison
Thurs . Nov . 20th: The Two Row Wampum
A very special presentation . Keep this date open! More info to follow…
All shows at 7:00 pm
To benefit the Food Shelf and Homeless Shelter – Bring a can of food and/or a warm jacket- and a friend!
$5 Donation for upkeep of the theatre requested.
~SJ Film Fest poster link~