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Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Never Again!

August 12 - August 14

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Save the Dates: August 12th through August 14

Ground Zero Center will hold its annual remembrance of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a full weekend of events.

Starting on Saturday, August 12th we will have the second annual Boats By Bangor in which a full flotilla will sail by the Bangor Trident submarine base. Boats will launch from King Spit, and following the flotilla will be a beach picnic, followed by an evening concert at Ground Zero Center by folksinger Tom Rawson.

On Sunday, August 13th we have a full day that will include nonviolence training, updates on nuclear weapons issues, music, and preparation for Monday’s action.

On Monday morning we will have a vigil and nonviolent direct action at the Bangor base.

Ground Zero will also participate in the annual From Hiroshima to Hope lantern ceremony at Seattle’s Green Lake on August 6th.

We will update this calendar listing as the event develops, and will provide the full schedule of events when it becomes available.

Send your questions to info@gzcenter.org.

Organizer

Ground Zero Center
Website:
www.gzcenter.org

Venue

Ground Zero Center
16159 Clear Creek Rd. NW
Poulsbo, WA 98370 United States
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Phone:
360-930-8697