for Democracy Capital District Chapter meeting. Albany
Public Library, 161 Washington Ave., Albany. Second Monday
of Every month? 10/13, 5:30 PM: The AfD focuses on clean
money/clean elections, campaign finance reform, ending
political bribery, opposing corporate globalization, pro-democracy
campaign, opposing oil wars, and movement/coalition building.
Locally, planning upcoming “Clean Elections Clean-Up Crew”
political fundraiser protests, anti-war activity, etc.
For information call 583-4326 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
a Culture of Peace. Hubbard Interfaith Sanctuary,
959 Madison Ave., Albany. 10/13, 12:30 PM: An afternoon
and evening of workshops and discussions dedicated to
finding peace globally, locally, and within. For information
call 688-0242 or 783-7769.
in Latin America 30 Years after Chile’s 9/11. University
at Albany, Social Science 250, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany.
10/10-12: Nearly 90 presenters from more than 7 countries
round out this two-day cultural and intellectual conference
on Latin American Democracy over the past three decades.
For more information visit http://www.albany.edu/democracy
or call 442-4890.
Independent Media Center meeting. YWCA Harriet Tubman
Peace Room, Troy. 10/6, 6 PM: Help build an alternative
to the corporate-controlled media—be the media. For info
visit www.hm.indymedia.org or call 286-3411.
Conference on Africa. Campus Center Ballroom, SUNY
uptown campus, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany. 10/10, 8
AM-5 PM and 6-9 PM: A free conference the challenges of
HIV/AIDS in Africa. Speakers will include New York State
Sen. Neil Breslin, and noted local and African presenters.
For information call 442 4248 or 442-4730, or e-mail email@example.com
Collective meeting. 98 Grand St., Albany. Mondays,
7 PM: The Ironweed Collective is organizing a space at
98 Grand St., which will be a meeting space for activists
and community members, a library, and an artists’ workshop,
including a music studio. 436-0929.
Meet the Candidates Night in Ballston Spa. County
Solar Building, Cooperative Extension, 50 West High Street,
Ballston Spa. 10/14, 7 PM: A meet the candidates night
for all candidates in the upcoming Saratoga County elections.
For more information call 465-4162.
York Civil Liberties Union Capital Region Chapter membership
meeting. Albany Public Library, 161 Washington Ave.,
Albany. 10/13, 6:30 PM: All are welcome to join in a discussion
on civil liberties issues affecting the Capital Region.
For more information call 436-8594.
Peacemakers of Schoharie County. Community Library
Cobleskill, Union Street, Cobleskill. Saturdays, 11 AM-noon:
Come join members and friends of the peacemakers for a
weekly vigil for peace. 234-3947.
Greens Community Forum. Saratoga Farmer’s Market,
High Rock Park, Saratoga Springs. 10/11, 11 AM: The third
is a series of discussions detailing the Green Party’s
view on issues of local importance. For more information
Greens meeting. Sussman Room, Saratoga Springs Public
Library, Putnam and Henry streets, Saratoga Springs. 10/9,
7-9 PM: For info visit www.adirondackgreens.org or e-mail
Springs Meet the Candidates session. Saratoga Springs
City Center, 522 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 10/15, 7
PM: The Downtown Business Association hosts this meet
the candidates session. All Saratoga Springs City Council
and county supervisor candidates are
invited to meet area voters. For more information call
Annual Empire Energy & Environmental Expo Albany.
Convention Center, Empire State Plaza, Albany. 10/14-15:
Two-day expo featuring information on fuel cells, renewable
energy, healthy schools, cogeneration, transportation
issues, green buildings and more. For more information
call 432-6400 x227, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.eba-nys.org/Events/2003/E4/14Oct03Notice.htm.
for Peace. Opposite the clock tower at site of summertime
farm stand, Chatham. Thursdays, 4:30-7 PM: For more information
Vigil for Peace. Corners of Jay and Liberty streets,
Schenectady. Fridays, 11 AM-noon: Participate in this
local vigil. For more information 861-5627.
for Peace. In front of the Post Office on Broadway
and Church streets, Saratoga Springs. Saturdays, noon-1
PM: Hosted by the Saratoga Peace Alliance, all are welcome
to attend. 272-1468.
for Peace. Cobleskill Public Library, Union St., Cobleskill.
Saturdays, 11 AM: For more information call 234-3915.
for Peace. In front of Town Hall, Great Barrington,
Mass. Saturdays, 11 AM-noon: Email email@example.com for
Vigil for Peace. Riverfront Park, Troy. Saturdays,
11 AM-noon: Rosa House Peace Community invites all concerned
citizens to join in a weekly peace vigil. 272-1468.
for Peace. Bandshell Park, Main Street, Johnstown.
Saturdays, 3-4 PM: For more information, call 477-4004.
for Peace. Four Corners, Delmar. Mondays, 5-6 PM:
For more information firstname.lastname@example.org.
for Peace. Foot of the Capitol, Eagle Street, Albany.
Wednesdays, noon-1 PM: For more information, call 477-4004.