# From I-95, take Kelley Road Exit #191 in Orono.
# If coming from the South, turn right at the end of the exit ramp. Drive 1 mile to the stop light at the T intersection.
# Turn left onto Route 2 / Main Street Orono.
# Drive 2.5 miles to the third set of traffic lights.
# Continue straight/right through the lights and watch for Bangor Savings Bank on your left after less than a mile. This marks the Rangeley Road entrance to campus.
# Turn left into the Rangeley Road entrance.
# Bear right at the Y to follow Rangeley Road.
# At the sharp left turn, Rangeley Road becomes Hilltop Road. Follow Hilltop Road to the left.
# The parking area is on your right and the Rec Center is in front of you on your right. You can’t miss it
This year’s theme: “Simple Solutions to Big Problems”
April 25, 2015
11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Student Recreation & Fitness Center
University of Maine, Orono
Come see the many ingenious ways Mainers are promoting peace, justice, and a secure environment!
For complete details, see: http://peacectr.org/wp/hope_2015/
May 3, 2015 @ 4:00pm – The Brick Church, Union St., Bangor
Join Voices for Peace in a celebration of folk musician and activist, Pete Seeger (1919-2014) for a concert and sing-along on his birthday. Seeger, who rarely held a concert without inviting folks to join him, kept folk music alive and influenced generations of musicians from Bob Dylan to Bruce Springsteen to Voices for Peace!
2015 marks the 10th anniversary of Voices for Peace and their community outreach through song. Featured songs will be familiar Seeger including “My Rainbow Race” and “This Land is Your Land” as well as premier choral compositions including “Cuatro Ojos” composed by the late Cathy Jacobs to the poem by alto Judy Williams. All proceeds will benefit the peace work of the Peace & Justice Center of Eastern Maine.
April 2015 P&J Newsletter
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