Please join the First United community and friends in a celebration: Party in the Park When: Saturday, June 4th from 1pm to 5pm Where: McLean Park in Strathcona (Keefer & Heatley) Spend an afternoon with friends & family, enjoy live music, see artisans at work, children’s activities, historical presentations, and barbeque lunch. contributed by Sharon Kravitz
The Downtown Eastside Power of Women Group is launching the In Our Own Voices writing project in June 2011. After a six-week period of intensive writing, we are ready to share our stories about hope, struggle, love and resistance in the Downtown Eastside. During the month of June 2011, you will find twelve exclusive stories from In Our Own Voices on the Vancouver Media Co-op. A new story will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting on June 6th.more
On Saturday, June 4th at 6 pm the Downtown Eastside Centre for the Arts will be hosting a fundraising dinner in the generously donated home of one of our supporters. There will be an incredible and delicious menu prepared by a local gourmet chef. There will also be a musical performance and presentations about the Downtown Eastside Centre fo the Arts.
Friday, April 15 @ 8 pm St. Andrew’s Wesley Church, 1022 Nelson TICKETS: Firehall Arts Centre Box Office 280 E Cordova 604-689-0926 $25 general seating, $40 reserved seating www.firehallartscentre.ca The “Songs Of Mahalia Jackson” featuring Dalannah Gail Bowen, and this year’s Juno nominated group The Sojourners with musical director, Grammy-nominated keyboardist Michael Creber will bring to life some of the most familiar songs made famous by the well-known gospel singer. The evening’s presentation will include old standards such as “He’smore
When: Thursday, February 3rd 2011- from 6-9pm Where: The Interurban – 1 East Hastings Street What: Great food, and of course art and arty things. Some of the artists featured are; Garnett Tobacco, Ben Houstie, Richard Tetrault, Laurie Marshall, Carl Simeon, Diane Jacobs, Diane Wood, Ali Lohan, Pat Davitt, Famous Empty Sky,Karenza Wall, Alannah Atley and the WISH Aboriginal Program,and many more. Hope to see you there! contributed by Sharon Kravitz
When: Saturday February 5th 2011- from 4-6pm Where: The Interurban 1 East Hastings Street What: A series of artworks from individual artists, as well as group works from women in the Downtown Eastside community. The drum group Harmony of Nations will perform and speakers from Women’s Memorial March Committee. Exhibit runs Feb 7th to Feb 12th from 12-5pm contributed by Sharon Kravitz
Two weeks of commemoration events starting Jan 30 2011 Annual Women’s Memorial March on Monday, February 14 2011.
Sunday, March 21, 2010 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm Crab Park 149 East Waterfront Road Enter north end of Main Street A free, no drugs, no alcohol event
Thursday, March 18, 2010 6.30 pm Centre A, Two West Hastings, Vancouver Entrance by Donation