Monday August 6
Tuesday August 7
Wednesday August 8
Thursday August 9

8 am opening at Lithia Park Bandshell Estelle Voeller, Pam Shephard, Mayor Morrison, Beth Baker, Paula Sohl, Nancy and Lisa Spencer, Ashland Taiko

    8 am vigil begins on the plaza
9 am Tibetan Dragon Water Bowl Call - vigil begins on the plaza     8-10 Lucy S. (Vigil/Info) RuthC. (Peace Cranes)

9 - 10 Reagan and Gerry C. (Vigil/Info)

10-12 JoAnne N. & Jan H. (Vigil/Info). Grace H. (art table)

10 am Words on the plaza about the International Mayor for Peace Campaign

10 am Film: "Lifting the Fog: The Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" a historical re-evaluation. Ashland Community Center, 59 Winburn Way 10 am Film: "The New Nuclear Danger" recorded talk by Helen Caldicott, founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility, Ashland Community Center, 59 Winburn Way

10-12 Ken D. (Vigil/Info)

10 am Elizabeth speaks on Depleted Uranium

12-2 Fran P. and Grace (Vigil/Info),Keri S. (Art Table)

12 noon on the plaza the Japan Peace Travelers speak about their journey
12 noon Film: "Hellfire: A Journey from Hiroshima" documentary of Toshi and Iri Maruki, artists who recorded the devastation of Hiroshima. Ashland Community Center, 59 Winburn Way 12 noon Film: "Arsenals of Hypocrisy" explains militarization of space. Ashland Community Center, 59 Winburn Way

12-2 Grace H. (Vigil/Info), Nancy S. (Peace Crane Folder)

12 noon SOU Faculty Brass



    1 pm Nuclear Power and Energy Alternatives on the plaza

2-4 Carl V. and Jim B. (Vigil/Info) Maya O. (Peace Crane Folding)

4 pm Paula Sohl speaks on the Plaza

2 pm Film: "Hiroshima: A Mother's Prayer" shows the effects of war, testimony from survivors and inspiration from the Hiroshima Peace Culture Association. Ashland Community Center, 59 Winburn Way 2 pm "The Last Atomic Bomb" newly declassified documentary footage of the obiliteraion of Nagaasaki and the inspirational work of a survivor reaching out to youth. Ashland Community Center 59 Winburn Way

2-4 Mary Ann J. (Vigil/Info) Michiko (Peace Crane Folding)

4pm Linda Richards talks on the plaza: The Bush Nuclear Agenda, Complex 2030, vs. Vision 2020 for Peace and Nuclear Weapons Free Zones


4-6 Ramona and Mary Lou B. (Vigil/Info) and Michelle (Art Table) Jonnie L. (Peace Crane Folding)     4-6 Karen and Ashley (Peace Crane Folding) Sharon W. (Art Table)

6-8 Grace H. (Vigil/Info) Heidi M. (Art Table)

6 pm Whistling Elk Drum

6:30-7:00 R.V. Peace Choir Ensemble and 7:00 - 7:30 Japan Travelers


6-8 Sharon W. (Vigil Table)

6 pm Closing on the plaza Pam Shephard, Whistling Elk Drum, RV Peace Choir, Eric Navikas, Mayor Morrison, JoAnne Navickas and Paula Sohl


8-10 Mary Lou L. (Vigil/Info) shift includes cleanup after 9 pm

9 pm vigil ends

7-9 RVML 258 A. Street Ashland Don Wells, PhD, "'Just War' Theory Justifies Too Much” 7-9 RVML 258 A. Street, Ashland "The Face of Jizo" Play Reading

8-10 shift includes cleanup after 9 pm

9 pm vigil ends