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Thu Jan 7
7:30 PM
Leverett, MA

Echo Lake Concert Series
Leverett Town Hall
9 Montague Road

Concert time, 7:30 pm; doors open, 7:00 pm
Ticket are $12 to $15 at the door. No advance sales or reservations.

Info: (413) 548-9394 for more information.
Fri Jan 8
9:00 AM
Groton, MA

Groton School
282 Farmers Row
Groton, Massachusetts 01450

Three Schools Songwriting Festival

A songwriting workshop for high students from Groton Dunstable Regional High School, Groton School and Lawrence Academy.

Workshop made possible by a grant from the Groton Cultural Council

Info: By invitation only.
Sat Jan 9
8:00 PM
Pawtucket, RI

Stone Soup Coffeehouse
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
50 Park Place

“29 years of presenting live music in Rhode Island”

Doors open 30 minutes before each show and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are $15 in advance or at the door, $16 when purchased through PayPal. No one turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Info: e-mail
Stone Soup Coffeehouse
Sun Jan 10
10:00 AM
Groton, MA

First Parish Church of Groton UU
1 Powderhouse Road
Groton, MA 01450

We will be adding music to Sunday’s services. All are welcome.

Info: First Parish Church of Groton UU
Fri Jan 15
8:00 PM
Princeton, NJ

Christ Congregation Church
50 Walnut Lane

Princeton Folk Music Society concert series
$20 for non-members, $15 for members and $5 for children under 12 years of age, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay. Tickets for most shows are not available in advance.

Info: e-mail
Princeton Folk Music Society
Sat Jan 16
7:30 PM
Stratford, CT

Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Bridgeport
96 Chapel Street
(203) 378-1020, ext 2

Ticket are $18 in advance, $20 at the door, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay. Doors open at 7:00 pm.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Bridgeport
Sun Jan 17
7:00 PM
Saratoga Springs, NY

Caffè Lena
47 Phila Street

Caffè Lena is widely recognized as the oldest continuously operating coffeehouse in the United States. Left on Red will open.


Tickets: $15 ($12 for members, $8.50 for under 13 or student members); plus $2 at the door.

Info: Caffè Lena
Brown Paper Tickets
(800) 838-3006
Sat Jan 23
5:00 PM
Washington, DC

The Langston Room
Bus Boys and Poets
2021 14th (14th and V)

“Days of Resistance: Break the Fast with Witness Against Torture and Gear Up for More Action with the Peaceable Assembly Campaign“. With Frida Berrigan, Witness Against Torture & War Resisters League and Rev. Graylan Hagler, Ministers for Racial, Social and Economic Justice. Kathy Kelly emcees!

Join us.

Sun Jan 24
9:15 AM
Silver Spring, MD

Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring
10309 New Hampshire Avenue
(301) 434-4050

We will be adding music to Sunday’s services at 9:15 and 11:15 am. The 11:15 service is deaf accessible with American Sign Language interpretation. All are welcome.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring
Fri Jan 29
7:30 PM
New York, NY

New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 West 64th Street at Central Park West

“Opening Doors, Welcoming Change”
Peoples’ Music Network for Songs of Freedom & Struggle Concert

Join us for the opening concert of this year’s PMN/SFS Winter Gathering! With the Lavender Light Gospel Choir, Bev Grant, Professor Louie, People’s Music Network Chorus, Sally Campbell & Adele Rolider, Harmonic Insurgence, Ray Korona Band, Bernardo Palombo, Anne Price & Steve Suffet, Rachel Stone and Thelma Ruffin Thomas. American Sign Language interpretation by Jody Gill and Nancy Kaplan.

Info: Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.
Advance tickets can be purchased on line at: People's Music Network
Fri Feb 5
8:00 PM
Syracuse, NY

Folkus Project
May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society
3800 East Genesee Street

Folkus Fridays, (315) 446-8920
Tickets: $15.00, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.
To reserve tickets: (315) 440-7444 or e-mail.

Info: Folkus Project and e-mail
May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society
Sat Feb 6
7:30 PM
Erie, PA

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie
7180 New Perry Highway
(814) 864-9300

Hello Gem City! Doors open at 7 pm. $12 suggested donation, pay what you can, all are welcome. Advance tickets available soon. Check back for location.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie
Sun Feb 7
10:30 AM
Erie, PA

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie
7180 New Perry Highway
(814) 864–9300

We will be adding music to Sunday’s service. All are welcome.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie
Sat Feb 13
7:00 PM
Carbondale, IL

Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship
105 North Parrish Lane

Benefit Concert and Silent Auction for the Fellowship’s HIV/AIDS Partnership in Zambia. Concert begins at 8pm. Come at 7pm for a silent auction of African and local art objects and fabrics, while enjoying a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception.




Tickets $15 in advance, $18 at the door, $10 for students, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Info: 618-201-4947 and Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship
Sun Feb 14 Mt. Vernon, IL

Mt. Vernon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
1600 Isabella Avenue

Fill your heart and soul as we add music to Sunday’s service. All are welcome.

Info: Mt. Vernon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Sun Feb 21
10:30 AM
Camp Springs, MD

Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church
7400 Temple Hill Road

We’ll be performing as part of the Sunday service!

Info: Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church
Fri Feb 26 -
Sun Feb 28
Georgetown, TX

Southwestern University
1001 E. University Avenue

2010 National Student Peace Alliance Conference

Registration for the conference is $55.

To register, visit conference registration.

We will be presenting workshops during Sunday’s breakout sessions.

ACTIVIST SONGWRITING WITH EMMA’S REVOLUTION

Songs do change the world. Find out what yours sound like! Intuitive songwriting, for beginners to advanced, with award-winning activist songwriters.

Info: Student Peace Alliance
Southwestern University
Mon Mar 1
8:30 PM
Nevada City, CA

KVMR 89.5 FM
401 Spring Street

We’ll be live on The Women’s Show with Arly Helm discussing International Women’s Day and some of our sheroes (women heroes). Tune in via live streaming.

Info: If you'd like to reach the DJ in the studio, please call (530) 265-9555.
Sat Mar 6
7:30 PM
Fullerton, CA

UU Church in Fullerton
1600 North Acacia Avenue

A benefit concert for the Orange County AIDS Walk.
Concert time, 7:30 pm; doors open, 7:00 pm
Ticket prices: $18 in advance, $22 at the door, $15 for senior citizens and students, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.

To reserve tickets, call Bill (714) 871-7150.

Purchase Tickets Here! Pick up tickets at event.




Info:
UU Church in Fullerton
Tue Mar 9
4:30 PM
Nevada City, CA

KVMR 89.5 FM
401 Spring Street

We will be on the air with Elisa Parker and the Tuesday Music Magazine. Tune in via live streaming!

Info: If you'd like to reach the DJ in the studio, please call (530) 265-9555.
Wed Mar 10
11:30 AM
Nevada City, CA

KVMR 89.5 FM
401 Spring Street

We will be on Folk Say with Che Greenwood. Tune in via live streaming!

Info: If you'd like to reach the DJ in the studio, please call (530) 265-9555.
Thu Mar 11
10:00 AM
Sacramento, CA

Capital Public Radio

KXJZ 90.9 FM

We will be in-studio guests of Jeffrey Callison on Insight which is a daily, in-depth interview program providing context and background to the issues that face the Sacramento region.

Info: Tune in via live streaming!
Thu Mar 11
7:30 PM
Santa Clara, CA

KKUP 91.5 FM
1275 Franklin Mall

We will be live in the studio on the Moonlight Trail with Jackie Loken. Tune in if you’re in the area (San Francisco, the East Bay to Salinas and south to Monterey Bay). KKUP 91.5 FM is a community-minded radio station.

Info: KKUP
Call the deejay, (408) 260-2999.
Fri Mar 12
8:00 PM
Oakland, CA

First Unitarian Church of Oakland
685 14th Street

Utunes Coffee House

Really great music, pretty good coffee!
Tickets $14 in advance, $18 at the door, $5 children, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Info: Utunes Coffee House
Advance tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets
Sat Mar 13
7:30 PM
Davis CA

Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis
27074 Patwin Road
(530) 753-2581

Doors open: 7:00 pm

$15 in advance/$18 at the door/no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Advance tickets available soon. Check back for locations.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis
Sun Mar 14
11:00 AM
Grass Valley, CA

Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains
246 South Church Street
(530) 274-1675

We’ll be performing as part of the Sunday service!

Info: Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains
Sun Mar 14
1:30 PM
Grass Valley, CA

Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains
246 South Church Street
(530) 274-1675

We’ll be leading a “Finding Harmony” workshop. Expand your knowledge or come as a beginner and experience creative harmonizing. We’ll explore breathing, vocal warm-ups and, that old time-honored tradition, listening. $15-25 per person, sliding scale.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains
Sun Mar 14
7:00 PM
Nevada City, CA

John Woolman School
Sierra Friends Center Meeting Hall
13075 Woolman Lane

We are happy to be wrapping up our day in Nevada City with a concert hosted by the Peace Center of Nevada County at the John Woolman School, home of the Woolman Semester, a program that immerses high school students in the studies of peace, social justice and sustainable living on a 230-acre rural campus.

Info: Peace Center of Nevada County
216 B Main Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
(530) 265-0200
e-mail
Mon Mar 15
3:30 PM
Juneau, AK

KTOO 104.3 FM

We will be on-air live with Jeff Brown on “A Juneau Afternoon”. Tune in via live streaming, click on “Listen Live”!

Info: KTOO 104.3 FM
Wed Mar 17
5:00 PM
Juneau, AK

KRNN 102.7 FM

A live, in-studio appearance on Tideline.
Tune in and listen live (9 pm EDT).

Info: KRNN 102.7
Thu Mar 18
7:30 PM
Juneau, AK

Aldersgate United Methodist Church
9161 Cinema Drive

We’re excited to be coming back to Juneau! The Juneau Pride Chorus will be opening the show.

Tickets: $15/$12 for members of co-sponsoring organizations: Veterans for Peace, Juneau People for Peace & Justice, Juneau Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and the Juneau Pride Chorus.

Purchase tickets here! Pick up tickets at the concert.
Info: Sandy O
Sat Mar 20
7:30 PM
Sitka, AK

Benefit Concert for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sitka
Sheet’ka Kwaán Naa Kahídi Tribal Community House

We excited to be coming for a benefit concert for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sitka which “helps children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships with proven results.”

“Sheet’ka Kwaán Naa Kahídi” is translated as, “The House for All the People of Sitka”. In the tradition of the Tlingit People it is a place for the gathering of the community and clan families for activities or special occasions.



Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Info: Advance tickets may be purchased at:
Old Harbor Books
201 Lincoln Street
Sitka, AK 99835
(907) 747-8808

Photo inside the House of the Sitka People
Sun Mar 21
10:30 AM
Sitka, AK

Sitka UU Fellowship
408-A Marine Street

We will be adding music to Sunday’s services. All are welcome.

Info: Sitka Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Sun Mar 28
10:00 AM
Highland Park, NJ

Reformed Church of Highland Park
19-21 South 2nd Avenue
(732) 249–7349

We will be adding music to Sunday’s services. All are welcome.

Info: Reformed Church of Highland Park
Thu Apr 1
8:00 PM
Worcester, MA

WICN 90.5 FM
50 Portland Street

No foolin’, we will be in the studio on Folk Revival with Nick Noble.


WICN’s presentation of the American musical art forms of jazz and folk is unique in the industry. Tune in and enjoy the show! Their listening area encompasses the heart of New England: Central Massachusetts, including the MetroWest area to the Pioneer Valley; Northern Rhode Island and Connecticut; and parts of Southern New Hampshire.

Info: Listen to WICN on your iPhone.
Fri Apr 2
8:00 PM
Littleton, MA

Firehouse Coffeehouse
First Church Unitarian
9 Foster Street

We’re happy to be part of season 16. Nothing like New England in Spring!

Tickets are $18 in advance here, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay. Doors open at 7:30pm

Info: Firehouse Coffeehouse
hotline: (978) 742-9957 or e-mail.
Sat Apr 10
7:30 PM
White Plains, NY

Memorial UMC
250 Bryant Avenue

Walkabout Clearwater Coffeehouse, a monthly folk music series, every second Saturday from October through May. With Sara Thomsen.

Tickets $17.50 in advance, $20 at the door, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay. Doors open at 6:30 PM.

Info: Walkabout Clearwater Coffeehouse
Advance tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets
Sun Apr 11
10:45 AM
Staten Island, NY Unitarian Church of Staten Island 312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Street (718) 447-2204

Hello Staten Island! We’ll be performing as part of the service at this beautiful congregation founded in 1852.

Info: Unitarian Church of Staten Island
Fri Apr 16
6:30 PM
New York, NY

Teachers College
Columbia University
525 West 120th Street

Peace and Justice Education Conference at Teachers College. The goals for this conference are to engage educators in a process of critical reflection regarding the role of education in perpetuating or transforming structural, cultural and direct violence in society.

We will be performing at the Milbank Chapel. This concert is free to conference attendees, $15 suggested donation for the general public. We perform an opening song, then a set from 7-7:45pm.

Info: Peace and Justice Education Conference
E-mail for more information.
Individuals with disabilities are invited to request reasonable accommodations through the Office of Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities: (212) 678-3689, keller@tc.columbia.edu, or Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services at (212)678-3853 V/TTY, jaech@tc.columbia.edu.
Sat Apr 17
7:30 PM
Highland Park, NJ

Reformed Church of Highland Park
19-21 South 2nd Avenue
(732) 249-7349

Please join us at this benefit concert for “Room For All Summer Camp”

The Room For All Summer Camp is a Christian youth camp hosted by the Reformed Church of Highland Park. The camp provides youth ages 15-17 who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning or straight allied an opportunity to discuss and understand sexuality alongside their own spirituality while spending time with other teenagers and staff canoeing, swimming, hiking and doing other outdoor activities.

Tickets $15 in advance, $18 at the door, no one turned away for lack of ability to pay. Doors open at 7:00 pm.

Info: Reformed Church of Highland Park
Sun Apr 18
9:30 AM
Montclair, NJ

Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair
67 Church Street

We will be adding music to the service led by the Undoing Racism Committee, two services at 9:30 am and 11:00 am.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair
Fri Apr 23
8:30 AM
Blue Hill, ME

WERU Community Radio 89.9 FM

We will be live, in the studio on Morning Maine with Denis Howard. Join us live via streaming.

We’re the featured artists during the week of April 19th – 23rd at WERU and there will be CD give-aways all week. Listen in throughout the week to win!

Fri Apr 23
8:30 AM
Portland, ME

WMPG 90.0 FM
WMPG 104.1 FM

We will also be interviewed by Chris Darling on US Folk between 8:30 am and 10:30 am.
Tune in and join us!

Fri Apr 23
1:00 PM
Orono, ME

University of Maine
Memorial Union, Bangor room

We will be doing our workshop Keep on Singing Loudly“, The Power of Politics and Song as a part of the Beautiful Project, a week of events to get you moving, creating, and celebrating! Sponsored by the Student Women’s Association of the University of Maine. Empowering women by celebrating the strength and beauty of their bodies and minds.

Open to the public.

Info: Please call (207) 581-1510 for more information.
Fri Apr 23
7:30 PM
Ellsworth, ME

Unitarian Universalist Church of Ellsworth
121 Bucksport Road

The Downeast Concert Collective & WERU-FM present emma’s revolution in a benefit concert for WERU-FM, all profits go to WERU-FM.

Ticket info: suggested donation is $15 payable at the door. Free for those under 16. Seating is limited.

Info: Downeast Concert Collective
Information and advance reservations: (207) 469-6600.
Sat Apr 24
1:00 PM
Orono, ME

University of Maine
Student Recreation and Fitness Center

The Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine presents the 2010 HOPE Festival to Celebrate Earth Day. The festival runs from 11 am to 4 pm, emma’s revolution will play at 1 pm. Come early, stay late!

The light and airy University of Maine Recreation and Fitness Center is an award winning Green Building with lots of windows!

Info: E-mail or call the Center (207) 942-9343 if you can help before the Festival or on the day itself.
Sat Apr 24
7:00 PM
Portland, ME

Woodfords Congregational United Church of Christ
202 Woodford Street

Peace Action Maine Annual Dinner. We’ll be performing a song to open the speech by the noted linguist and activist, Noam Chomsky. Soup dinner at 5 pm, keynote speech at 7 pm, $20.00 suggested donation.

Info: Peace Action Maine
For more information, contact Wells Staley-Mays at (207) 409-0778.
Sun Apr 25
7:00 PM
Portland, ME

Portland Yoga Studio
616 Congress Street, 3rd Floor

We are happy to be returning to Portland Yoga Studio for a special Sunday evening concert. Thank you, Stephanie. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door, pay what you can. Get your tickets early, here!

Info: For more information, contact Sue Pate at (207) 227-9899.
Thu Apr 29
3:00 PM
New York, NY

Teachers College
Columbia University
525 West 120th Street

We will be joining the students and professor of “Methods and Practical Skills for Critical (Peace) Educators” for a special workshop about peace and critical pedagogy. For Teachers College affiliates only.

Sun May 2
1:30 PM
New York, NY

“Disarm Now! For Peace and Human Needs!”
Rally, March & Peace Festival
Starting at Times Square
(7th Avenue, south of 41st St)

Join us for an inspiring rally of speakers and performers from around the world to carry the message: “No Nukes, No Wars, Fund Human Needs, Protect the Planet.” Speakers include the mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – Mayor Akiba and Mayor Taue; Nadine Padilla, activist addressing uranium mining in Native American communities; Kimura Hisako, survivor of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima; and many more; plus performances by The Recipe, spoken word duo from Kansas City, MO; and Stephan Said, Iraqi-American musician known for his anti-war song, “The Bell.”

Then march to the UN and a Peace Festival in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (47th between 1st and 2nd Aves)

Info: "Disarm Now! For Peace and Human Needs!"
Fri May 7
11:15 AM
Salida, CO

kHEN 106.9 FM
124 E. 3rd Street

We will be with Jane Carpenter, on Americana. The interview will focus on songwriting and our upcoming workshop as well as the fun and inspiration imparted during the concert.

Tune in via live web-streaming at 1:15 PM EDT.

Info: kHEN 106.9 FM
Fri May 7
4:30 PM
Salida, CO

kHEN 106.9 FM
124 E. 3rd Street

We will be with Dave Bowers on Local Motion.

Tune in via live web-streaming at 6:30 PM EDT.

Info: kHEN 106.9 FM
Fri May 7
7:00 PM
Cheyenne, WY

Unitarian Universalist Church of Cheyenne
3005 Thomes Avenue

Hello Wyoming! We are looking forward to being in the Equality State. Tickets are $12, available at the church, pay what you can. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Church of Cheyenne
Sat May 8
4:00 PM
Salida, CO

SteamPlant Event Center
Sackett and G Street

Join us for our workshop “Keep on Singing Loudly”: the Power of Politics and Song, FREE with a recommended donation of $10 to $20 to KHEN’s Adopt-a-Watt Campaign which will raise money to finish paying for the new transmitter and to upgrade some tech equipment as well. This event is sponsored by Ellen and Don Bauder and emma’s revolution.

Info: SteamPlant Theater
Sat May 8
8:00 PM
Salida, CO

SteamPlant Event Center
Sackett and G Street

Hello Colorado! This concert is sponsored by KHEN Free Range Community Radio 106.9 FM. Ticket revenue will go toward KHEN operating expenses.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, pay what you can, doors open at 7:15 pm. Advance tickets are available at Salida Café and Roastery, The Book Haven, Sacred Ground Coffee, Free the Monkey and SteamPlant Theater box office – (719) 530-0933.

This event is sponsored by Laughing Ladies Restaurant, Hattie’s Pub, Eliza’s Bed, Gallery Artpost at Itty Bitty Lakes and High Country Bank.

Info: Sacred Ground Coffee
210 Highway 50
Salida, CO 81201
(719) 539-9530

Free the Monkey Consignment
119 F Street
Salida, CO, 81201
(719) 539-4580
Sat May 15
8:00 PM
Needham, MA

First Parish in Needham

Unitarian Universalist
23 Dedham Avenue

Homegrown Coffeehouse
Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 at the door, pay what you can. Doors open at 7:30pm

Info: First Parish in Needham, Unitarian Universalist
and Homegrown Coffeehouse
Sun May 16
10:30 AM
Quincy, MA

United First Parish Church Unitarian Universalist
1306 Hancock Street

We’ll be performing as part of the service at this historic church, directly across from City Hall.

Info: United First Parish Church Unitarian Universalist
Thu Jun 3
7:30 AM
New York, NY

Cipriani 42nd Street
110 East 42nd Street

We will be performing at the Lives of Commitment Breakfast hosted by the Auburn Theological Seminary honoring Nurah Amat-ullah, Violet L. Dease, and Jacki Zehner. The Young Healer Award, presented in partnership with The Sister Fund, will be given to Emma Bronznick Goldberg.

Info: For more information about the Breakfast and how to get tickets, call the Breakfast Benefit Office at (212) 888-7003 or e-mail by May 28, 2010.
Sat Jun 5
2:00 PM
Beacon, NY

Pete Seeger June 5th Benefit for
IFCO/Pastors Caravan to Cuba

At the home of Connie Hogarth & Art Kammell
80 Hartsook Lane
2-5pm

We’ll be joining Pete and the Howland Wolves Band for an afternoon of music, refreshments and discussion to raise funds for the 21st IFCO/Pastors for Peace Cuba Caravan.

Pat travelled twice to Cuba with the Pastors for Peace Caravan. IFCO/Pastors says: “The U.S. Government Doesn’t Want You to Go to Cuba. We Say Come With Us and See for Yourself!”

Info: Tickets: $20. Contact Connie at conart1 at optonline.net
Sun Jun 6 Asbury Park, NJ

Bradley Park, Atlantic Park
5th and Ocean Avenues

http://www.jerseypride.org/”>New Jersey’s 19th Annual Pride Celebration from noon to 7:00 pm. Performance time approximately 3:15 pm, subject to flexibility. Come early, stay late, enjoy the shore!

Info: e-mail for more information.
Fri Jun 11 Washington, DC

Church of the Reformation
212 E. Capitol St. NE

We will be joining the Network of Spiritual Progressives/Tikkun National Conference “Strategies for Liberals and Progressives for the Obama Years”.

Corporations are not persons and money is not speech, stop the corporate takeover of our society.
Register now!

Info: Tikkun
Sat Jun 12 San Diego, CA

Private Event

Video Donation House Concert: Thanks for your support!

Info: Donate to "T.E.A." and bring us to your house.
Sun Jun 13 San Diego CA

Private Event

We’ll be singing at the ordination of our friend, Wendy Bartel, into the Unitarian Universalist ministry.

Wed Jun 23 -
Fri Jun 25
Minneapolis, MN

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly
Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 Second Avenue South

We are returning again to the UUGA!

Performances:

-UU Global AIDS Coalition Lunch & Presentation. Fri 12-2pm.

- “Singing Through the Hard Times”: Remembering Utah Phillips. Based on the 2009 Grammy-nominated compilation cd of the same name, we’ll celebrate Utah’s legacy through songs, words and stories with Dakota Dave Hull, Pop Wagner and Utah’s son, Duncan Phillips. Fri 4:30-5:45pm

-“Synergy: A Bridging Worship” to honor bridging youth and lift up multigenerational relationships. Fri 7:30-9pm

We’ll also have a booth at the exhibit hall—meet us there on Wed & Thurs and come meet our wonderful promotions guru, Sue, on Fri, Sat & Sun!

Info: General Assembly 2010
Sat Jun 26 -
Sun Jun 27
Peebles, OH

Hope Springs Institute
4988 Mineral Springs Road

We’ll be doing a concert at this International Peace Gathering of powerful peacemakers! The event runs from June 23-27, 2010.

Info: International Peace Gathering
Hope Springs Institute
e-mail
Mon Jun 28 Los Angeles, CA

California Federation of Teachers
Leadership Institute
University of California, Los Angeles

We’ll be performing on the opening day of this training for CA’s awesome teachers!

Info: California Federation of Teachers
Fri Jul 9
7:00 PM
Riverdale, NY

Passionist Spiritual Center
5801 Palisade Avenue

We will be joining the Sisters of Earth and guest presenter Dr. Vandana Shiva for this year’s conference with the theme “The Wisdom of Women and the Wisdom of the Indigenous”. Registration is limited, sign up now! Conference from Thursday, July 8 through Sunday, July 11, 2010.

Info: Please contact Sr. Gail Worcelo for more information.
Sat Jul 17 -
Sun Jul 18
Vancouver, BC

Vancouver Folk Music Festival
Jericho Beach Park
4th Avenue West

We will performing at the 33rd Annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival:

CONCERT: Sunday 12:25-1:10pm, Stage 3

WORKSHOPS:

Saturday 11am-12 noon, Stage 7. “If Women Controlled the World”. Hosted by Connie Kaldor, with Babe Gun w/Lisa Rae and Madison Violet.

Saturday 12:30-1:30pm, Stage 2. We host “Music to Change the World” with Tao Seeger Band, United Steelworkers of Montreal, Members of Playing for Change.

Sunday 11:10-11:50am, Stage 4. We host “Bound for Freedom” with United Steelworkers of Montreal, Connie Kaldor and Po’ Girl

GUEST SPOT ON MAIN STAGE: Saturday Night 8:20pm

Get your festival tickets here!

Info: Vancouver Folk Music Festival
Thu Jul 22
7:30 PM
Kirkland, WA

Concert!
Adams Hall @ Northlake UU Church
308 4th Ave S

After the Vancouver Folk Music Festival, we head down to sing with you all in the Kirkland/Seattle area!

Tickets are $15 in advance/$18 at the door. Purchase tickets below. (Please note we will not be mailing you a ticket, but will have your name at the door that night.)

Info:
Kirkland WA Concert 7/22
Sun Jul 25
7:30 PM
Portland, OR

House Concert
Near SE 20 and Hawthorne

We’re excited to return to Portland! Look forward to seeing many of our friends from Aurora Chorus at the concert, too.

Info: Tickets are sold out! Thanks for the enthusiastic response. We'll have a bigger venue next time. Stay tuned.
Tue Aug 3 -
Sun Aug 8
Hart, MI

The Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival

We’ll be performing on Saturday night on Night Stage with Holly Near at the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival’s 35th Anniversary Celebration! We’ll also be leading workshops throughout the week and will be at our booth in the Crafts Area with cds, peace tees and pendants!

Info: The Michigan Womyn's Music Festival
Fri Aug 27 -
Sun Aug 29
Portland, ME

Veterans For Peace 25th Anniversary Convention
Holiday Inn by the Bay
88 Spring Street

We will be at the Veterans For Peace 25th Anniversary Convention “Lifting the Fog of War” celebrating VFP’s 25th anniversary and looking ahead to the unfinished work of promoting peace and progressive politics in a time of global war and economic retrenchment.

We will perform on Sunday at the March and Rally in Tommy’s Park (Exchange St & Middle St).

Info: Veterans For Peace - Maine
(207) 348-2511
Holiday Inn by the Bay
(207) 775-2311
(800) 345-5050
Fri Aug 27
9:00 AM
Portland, ME

US Folk
WMPG 90.9FM & 104.1FM

We are once again joining Chris Darling for an in-studio interview on his show US Folk.

Click here to join us via streamline!

Sat Aug 28
8:00 PM
Portland, ME

North Star Music Cafe
225 Congress St

We’ll be doing a full concert at the North Star!

Tickets are $12 in advance/$15 at the door. Purchase tickets below to reserve your seat. Note, we will not be sending tickets, but will have your name on a list at the door.

See you there.

Info:
Portland ME North Start Concert 8/28
Sun Aug 29
10:00 AM
Portland, ME

Veterans For Peace 25th Anniversary Convention March & Rally Tommy’s Park Exchange St & Middle Street

We will sing at the Rally. Come at 9am for the March around the city of Portland!

Info: Veterans For Peace 25th Anniversary Convention
Sun Aug 29
2:00 PM
Portland, ME

Meg Perry Center
644 Congress Street

David Cobb of MovetoAmend.org brings news of the movement to overturn the Supreme Court’s dangerous ruling declaring corporations as persons. And we’ll be singing! Sponsored by Maine Peace Action.

Info: Maine Peace Action
Fri Sep 10
7:30 PM
Lewes, DE

Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware
33739 Marsh Road, #2

We’re excited to return to Lewes DE for a concert, sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware

Tickets: $18 at the door.

If you have already purchased tickets in advance, your name will be on a list at the door.

See you soon!

Info: 302-645-6770 or Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware
Sun Sep 12
5:00 PM
Takoma Park, MD

Takoma Park Folk Festival
Takoma Park Middle School
7611 Piney Branch Rd. (near Rt. 410)

Join us for our 5th performance at TPFF! We’ll be the closing set on the Grove Stage from 5-6pm.

Info: Takoma Park Folk Festival
Tue Sep 21 Everywhere!

Today is the United Nations’ declared, International Day of Peace.

Find an action/celebration in your area.

Info: International Day of Peace
Fri Sep 24 Everywhere

“Democracy Now!”
The War and Peace Report

9/22/10: Just got word that our interview this Friday has been preempted for an interview with Evo Morales. Not too bad to be preempted for the President of Bolivia! (If this were the networks, we would have been prempted for the Tea Party candidate from Delaware!)

So stay tuned for further notice from us and stay tuned to “Democracy Now!”: “A daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, airing on over 850 stations, pioneering the largest community media collaboration in the U.S.” And, in our opinion, one of the premier progressive news programs in the country.

Info: Listen online at "Democracy Now!"
Sat Sep 25
7:30 PM
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY

First Unitarian Society of Westchester
25 Old Jackson Avenue
(914) 478-2710

We were the inaugural concert of Common Ground Coffeehouse series 9 years ago! And, now we’ll be kicking off the 2010-2011 season. Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for seniors (60+) and students (12+); kids under 12, free.

Info: Common Ground Coffeehouse
First Unitarian Society of Westchester
Mon Sep 27
10:00 AM
Washington DC

Appalachia Rising: Mobilize to End Mountaintop Removal
Day of Action
Freedom Plaza
13th St and Pennsylvania Ave NW

Appalachia Rising is a “national response to the poisoning of America’s water supply, the destruction of Appalachia’s mountains, head water source streams, and communities through mountaintop removal coal mining,” coordinated by more than 60 environmental and peace action groups.

We’ll perform at the Day of Action rally. The Day of Action will include legal rallying and “opportunities for dignified, peaceful civil disobedience for those who choose,” building on nonviolent civil disobedience actions over the past five years that have pressured regulatory agencies and brought mountaintop removal to the national spotlight.

Info: Appalachia Rising and email
Sat Oct 2
10:30 AM
Washington, DC

March 10:30am: 14th & Constitution Ave.

Rally 12-4pm: Lincoln Memorial

We’ll be in the streets at the One Nation Working Together March and Rally to “help millions of people understand how the struggle to end the wars and occupation in Afghanistan and Iraq is directly tied to the urgent need to re-direct this nation’s economic and social priorities. We can bring our clear call for cuts in military spending into the efforts to fund the needs of all of our communities, including creating millions of new, green jobs.”

Check out the more than 60 orgs who have joined The Peace Table to coordinate this event.

Info: One Nation Working Together
Fri Oct 15
7:30 PM
Oakton, VA

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax
2709 Hunter Mill Road
Oakton, VA

Join us for a concert at UUCF! A portion of proceeds will be donated to Coal River Mountain Watch.

Tickets are $18 at the door. For folks who have purchased advance ticket, please note, we will not have sent tickets, but will have your name on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: e-mail or 703-281-4230
Sun Oct 24
2:30 PM
Ashton, MD

Blueberry Gardens Farm
237 Ashton Rd

Benefit for Montgomery Victory Gardens to support the Campaign for School Gardens in Montgomery County

Montgomery Victory Gardens is the county’s leading non-profit working to develop a healthy, sustainable, truly local food system. Since early this year they have led the campaign to overturn the Montgomery County Public School System’s ban on school vegetable gardens, and to help teach our school kids where food comes from and how to grow it.”

We’ll perform and Gordon Clark, Project Director of Montgomery Victory Gardens, will give a presentation on “The Future of Food and Farming in Montgomery County.”

Refreshments from Blueberry Gardens Farm, a holistic healing center and the only organic blueberry farm in Montgomery County.

Info: Suggested Donation: $25. All donations are tax-deductible. For more information, contact 301-774-3636, or Montgomery Victory Gardens
Sun Nov 7
12:00 PM
Germantown, MD

Button Farm Fall Festival 2010
The Button Farm Living History Center
16820 Black Rock Road

We’ll be performing at the second day of the fall festival at historic Button Farm, “set on 60-pristine acres inside Seneca Creek State Park, it is Maryland’s only living history center depicting 19th century slave plantation life.”

The Farm features hands-on history activities, walking tours featuring an Underground Railroad mosaic by Sarah Stout, Button Farm House, Museum & CSA Gardens, Civil War-era Barn, and Slave Cemetery. Plus, in the Farm Skills Area, see history displays & artifacts, participate in 19th century games for kids, cider press, music, food and fun for all ages; make spirit bottles with Marianne Ross of Concerts in the Country.

The festival runs from 12-4pm. We’ll be performing two half hour sets starting at 1:30pm and 3pm.

Info: Button Farm Fall Festival 2010
Thu Nov 11
6:00 PM
Atlanta, GA

“Sista’s Time” on WRFG 89.3 FM

We’ll be joining Daizon Dixon Diallo on her show Sista’s Time to talk about the benefit concert for School of Americas Watch and the Annual Vigil coming up on November 18-21. You can hear Colleen Kattau, SOAW Music Collective member from 6-6:30pm and we’ll be joining Daizon around 6:30pm.

Join us via streamline!

Fri Nov 12
8:00 PM
Baltimore, MD

House Concert

Join us for a house concert in Baltimore! Betsy Merbitz & Spice, open.

Tickets: $18 at the door. Contact Spice (info below) for location information.

Info: Contact Spice by email or phone at four-one-zero 828-4070 for info.
Fri Nov 12
10:00 PM
Everywhere!

“Hudson Valley Artist Spotlight”
WHUD Radio 100.7FM

We’ll be the featured artists on WHUD’s “Artist Spotlight”, with DJ Kathy Millar this Friday night!

Info: WHUD Radio 100.7FM
Sat Nov 13
9:00 AM
Everywhere!

Saturday Morning Show
WMNF, 88.5 FM
Tampa, FL

We had a great interview with Jeannie Holton of the Saturday Morning Show at WMNF, 88.5. So great she will be airing it in 2-3 parts. Join us for Part 1.

We’ll keep you updated on Part 2 and 3.

Info: WMNF, 88.5FM
Sun Nov 14
10:30 AM
Paramus, NJ

Central Unitarian Church
156 Forest Avenue

Join us as we sing at the Sunday morning service! We’ll also be performing later in the day at the installation of the Rev. Matt Tittle (private event).

Info: Central Unitarian Church
Tue Nov 16
6:00 PM
Atlanta, GA

“Lambda Radio Report “
WRFG 89.3 FM

We’ll be on the Lambda Radio Report, with host Charone, to talk about the benefit concert for School of Americas Watch and the Annual Vigil coming up on November 18-21.

Join us via streamline!

Lambda Radio Report is a radio news and entertainment magazine that examines various social justice issues such as Poverty, discrimination and other Human Rights violation.

Thu Nov 18
7:00 PM
Atlanta, GA

Eyedrum Gallery
290 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Suite 8

Join us for this annual fun-raising concert for the School of the Americas Watch!

Part 1 of the evening (starting at 7pm) features a set from us and a set from wonderful brother soulsters, M.U.G.A.B.E.E. (Maurice and Carlton Turner). Members of the Musicians’ Collective— Colleen Kattau, Jon Fromer, Francisco Herrera, Chris Chandler and Elise Witt will add a couple songs, as well.

Part 2 of the evening (starting at 9pm) is a music dance party featuring Atlanta Sedition Orchestra, Adron – Brazilian singing phenomenon, Aviva and her Flying Penguins, Rosita Fitch and Raw Experiment, Pacha Mamas, Paula Larke, Alice Lovelace, Theresa Davis, and more.

Admission by donation: $20 general / $10 students, seniors, artists, low income

Info: School of the Americas Watch Eyedrum Gallery
Fri Nov 19 -
Sun Nov 21
Columbus, GA

School of the Americas Watch
Annual Vigil

Vigil and Nonviolent Direct Action to close the SOA/WHINSEC at Ft. Benning. Join us and more than 25,000 people at the annual vigil to close the SOA!

This will be our ninth year at this extraordinary demonstration that includes a massive rally with music, speakers and puppets, as well as, concerts, teach-ins, workshops and film screenings.

Info: School of the Americas Watch
Sat Nov 27
8:00 PM
Plantation, FL

Benefit House Concert for No More Tears

Join us for a benefit house concert to support No More Tears!

“No More Tears is a 501© 3 not-for-profit organization devoted to providing individualized assistance to victims of domestic violence in the U.S. We assist all victims but are particularly well-suited to help immigrant victims who are scared to speak out and face tremendous barriers in leaving abusers and staying safe. No More Tears works with these women by providing them with legal counsel, financial assistance and psychotherapy. We help the women in not only wiping away their tears, but also making sure that there are No More Tears!

No More Tears is partially funded by So-Me, a Socially Conscious Clothing company, uniquely aimed at intellectualizing fashion while not losing its stylish edge. The primary focus of So-Me is to raise awareness about human rights issues and take a stand against injustices universally.

Read Sarah’s and Sheila’s stories.

Tickets: $18 in advance/$20 at the door.
Dinner and beverages will be served.

Benefit House Concert for No More Tears 11/27/10
Info: Contact Laura Finley by email or phone at nine-five-four 592-7893.
Sun Nov 28
10:30 AM
Davie, FL

River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation
At the temporary location of:
Toddler Tech Academy
3337 N. University Drive

We’ll be leading the Sunday Service on the theme, “Making Peace with the Darkening Days.” All are welcome.

Info: 954.432-7737 and River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Sat Dec 4
10:00 AM
Mount Rainier, MD

Mount Rainier Craft Fair
Joe’s Movement Emporium
3309 Bunker Hill Rd.

10am-4pm

“The 16th Annual Mount Rainier Community Craft Fair, brings you HANDcrafted artwork, jewelry, clothing, and food vendors.”

We will be on the road, but our assistant, Maria, will have our cds, peace tees & pendants at the Fair. Come meet Maria and our neighbors, and pick up some beautiful handcrafted and local gifts for the holidays!

Info: Joe's Movement Emporium
Sat Dec 4
10:00 AM
Tampa, FL

“Women’s Show”
WMNF 88.5 FM

We’ll be joining Mary Glenney, host of the Women’s Show. You can hear us around 11:15, but start listening in at 10am for a great show.

Mary will also be interviewing Coleen Rowley, one of the 2002 winners of Time Magazine’s “Person(s) of the Year”. Collen is an ex-FBI whistleblower and they’ll be talking about secrecy and security-Wiki Leaks.

Join us via streamline!

Sun Dec 5
7:00 PM
St. Petersburg, FL

Craftsman House
2955 Central Avenue

We’re excited to be performing at this wonderful series in the beautiful Craftsman House gallery.

Tickets are $20 in advance/$25 week prior to concert. Contact Jeff by email or phone at 727-323-ARTS (2787) to purchase tickets. Seating is limited, so get your tickets early!

Info: Craftsman House
Fri Dec 10
11:30 AM
Albany, NY

“Performance Place”
WAMC 90.3 FM

We’ll be the featured artists on Performance Place, with host Sarah LaDuke.

Join us via streamline!

Performance Place is WAMC’s daily music showcase, produced and very often hosted by Sarah LaDuke. The show features local musicians, national musicians performing in the WAMC region, and more.

Fri Dec 10
7:30 PM
Manassas, VA

Bull Run Unitarian Universalists
9350 Main Street

We’re excited to be returning to BRUU for this benefit concert to support to SERVE, “a Manassas-based community organization that includes shelter, a food distribution center, transitional housing, emergency assistance and life skills education for individuals and families in need.”

Tickets: $20/door, $10/teens 12-17, children under 12 are free with a paying adult.

Info: email

Please also consider bringing items for the BRUU Food Pantry – "the need is especially great need during the holidays."
Sat Dec 11
7:30 PM
Schenectady, NY

Eighth Step at Proctors
432 State Street

We are looking forward to returning to America’s longest continuously running non-profit coffeehouse. Tickets are $20 in advance, $22 at the door, pay what you can.

Info: Eighth Step

Tickets and information: (518) 434-1703
office e-mail
Sun Dec 12
7:00 PM
Saugerties, NY

Cantine’s Island Cohousing Community
Cantine’s Island Lane
9W/Rte 32 and Ann St (Ann St turns into Cantine’s Island Lane)
on the Esopus Creek

Join us for a concert in the Cantine’s Island Common House!

Cantine’s Island Cohousing Community is a cooperative living project, where residents are “pooling our energy and resources for mutual benefit” including choosing building materials “for minimal impact on the environment and on the health of the people who build the homes and the people who live in them” and landscaping “with wildlife habitat and food in mind.”

Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at the door. (Residents of Cantine’s Island Cohousing Community, call or email below for discounted rates.)

Cantine’s Island Cohousing Community Concert 12/12/10
Info: email or eight-four-five 246-0697
Sun Dec 19
3:30 PM
Syracuse, NY

Syracuse Community Choir
25th Anniversary Winter Solstice Concert
“Coming Home”
Nottingham High School
3100 East Genesee Street

We’re thrilled to be joining the 25th Anniversary Celebration for the Syracuse Community Choir! With Kim & Reggie Harris and Francisco Herrera.

“The event will also include a presentation of the 2010 People’s Peace Award to community organizer Geneva Hayden. The People’s Peace Award acknowledges ordinary people doing extraordinary things in the name of social justice and peace.”

Tickets: $10-25 Sliding Scale at Door (Children Under 12 Free)

Info: email, (315) 428-8151 or Syracuse Community Choir
Wed Dec 22
8:30 PM
Worcester, MA

“Laboring Blues”
WCUW 91.3 FM

We will be joining Mary Chenaille, host of Laboring Blues. Mary is a huge supporter of our music and we are very excited to be joining her! The show runs from 8-9:30pm ET and you can expect us on around 8:30.

Listen in via streamline!