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ANAHEIM FOOD NOT BOMBS, LA PALMA PARK, ROMNEYA ST. & HARBOR BLVD., ANAHEIM, (714) 526-3576.
Sat.: Peace Demonstration. Serve food and break bread with fellow peace lovers, 1 p.m.
COALITION AGAINST UNECCESSARY WARS, SOUTH COAST PLAZA, BRISTOL & ANTON, COSTA MESA, (949) 721-1139.
Fri.: Spend an hour Promoting Peace,5:30 p.m.
FOOD NOT BOMBS LONG BEACH, LIBRARY PARK, ON PACIFIC BLVD. BETWEEN OCEAN & FIRST STS., LONG BEACH, (562) 308-1316, EXT. 6605.
Sun.: Cook 'N Serve With Food Not Bombs. This group feeds the homeless and always needs more volunteers, 3:30 p.m.
IRVINE UNITED CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 4915 ALTON PKWY., IRVINE; FELICITYNF@AOL.COM.
Tues.: Global Warming in Irvine. This lecture and public discussion deals with whether religion can and should offer support to America's policy makers and citizens as they wrestle with some of the difficult policy choices we all face, 7:30 p.m.
LAGUNA BEACH VIGIL FOR PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST, MAIN BEACH, PACIFIC COAST HWY. & OCEAN AVE., LAGUNA BEACH, (909) 805-8795.
Sat.: Vigil. Bring your own message opposing the so-called War Against Terrorism and the U.S. invasion of Iraq, demanding nonviolent solutions to conflict, 11 a.m.
LONG BEACH AREA PEACE NETWORK, UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, 5450 ATHERTON AVE., LONG BEACH, (562) 433-7025.
Fri.: Peace Vigil, 6 p.m. 5200 block of Second St., Belmont Shore, Long Beach.
LOS AMIGOS OF ORANGE COUNTY, JAGERHAUS, 2525 E. BALL RD., ANAHEIM, (714) 520-9500.
Wed.: Meeting. This community forum/self-help session geared toward the Latino community is still going strong and is always hungry for new blood, 7:30-9 a.m.
NO WAR IN IRAQ, ORANGE-STYLE, TRAFFIC CIRCLE, OLD TOWNE ORANGE.
Wed: Weekly Protest. Just because Bush is still in office doesn't mean the war is over, 5:30 p.m.
NO WAR IN IRAQ, SURF CITY-STYLE, MAIN ST. & PACIFIC COAST HWY., HUNTINGTON BEACH; MTHERIAULT@SOCALL.RR.COM.
Sun.: Peace Vigil. This group believes in nonviolence and stands at the Surf City pier with a sign that says, "Visualize World Peace. It's Up to You." Bring a candle or sign that promotes peace, 7 p.m.
SAN CLEMENTE FOOD NOT BOMBS, MAX BERG PLAZA PARK, 1100 CALLE PUENTE, SAN CLEMENTE, (949) 366-5470.
Sun.: Food Not Bombs Protest. This group meets every Sunday to protest war on people while declaring war on hunger, 3 p.m.
SANTA ANA FOOD NOT BOMBS, CATHOLIC WORKER HOUSE, 316 CYPRESS AVE., SANTA ANA; WWW.OCPROJECT.ORG/FOODNOTBOMBS.
Sun.: Feed the Homeless. Volunteers are always welcome to help Catholic Worker feed the homeless on the lawn across Ross Street from the Santa Ana Public Library, 12:30 p.m.
WOMEN IN BLACK, NEXT TO CITY HALL, EL TORO & PASEO DE VALENCIA, LAGUNA HILLS.
Wed.: Silent Viigil for all Victims of War. All women invited to dress in black and join in a silent vigil for all victims of war. This group is modeled after the Argentinian mothers who protested the disappearance of their children by the U.S.-backed military junta in the l970s. There are now 150 vigils in the U.S., plus others scattered around the world, 4 p.m.
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