Critical Mass and Day to Stop Gateway
The last Critical Mass of the year to start with the sun up
the last friday of this month Let's
5-5:30pm Gather, 6pm Leave
today 28 september at the
Vancouver Art Gallery
Free Betty K
will be joining us for the
Critical Mass bike ride and roll.
She was jailed for opposing the highway
expansion to whistler Eagle Ridge Bluffs Olympic
The Velo fusion after party is going to be a fund raiser for her.
Please join us Friday September 28 to welcome Betty Krawzcyk back. Vancouver s 79 year old grandmother is getting out of jail. She has just spent 7 months imprisoned for trying to stop the destruction of Eagle Ridge Bluffs.. It would really mean a lot to her to see as many of us as
possible. Everything she does is because she cares so much about future generations and what we can do to save this planet. Please join us in welcoming her back.
This will be a fun event with speakers and lots of dancing, bands, performances, great DJ's and much more dancing. The event is a fund raiser for her legal expenses.
Lineup: Natural Flavors (Band) Timothy Wisdom (DJ) Broken Falls Community Hall Band (Band) Cabaret Kitty (Cabaret) Marni Norwich (Poet) Joe Foy (WC2 trouble maker) More performers still to be announced Where: The Anza Club #3 West 8th. Doors open at 8pm
Cost: $5 if you arrive with Critical Mass (Betty will be going on the critical mass bike ride) $10 otherwise NOBODY WILL BE TURNED AWAY DUE TO LACK OF FUNDS !
>>>===--->- Please forward widely
The Day to Stop Gateway
September 29th, 2007
Rail and buses YES! Not highways.
Send a strong message to Big Brother Campbell that Gateway is the Wrong way.
- The Spirit of Sustainability Connecting Spirituality and Ecology in the context of the Gateway Program
Vancouver (car pool, bus, or bike)
949 West 49th at Oak,
The Unitarian Church
3:30 to 5:00 pm
Engagement by Erratica & Port Action Theatre Troupe
Speakers include Derek Corrigan, Gordon Price, Dr Bill Rees, Stephen
Rees, Jim Houlahan and Donna Passmore.
- The Ride to Stop Gateway
A mass ride from the The Spirit of Sustainability Rally to Hello Al, Goodbye Gateway Rally.
5:00pm The Unitarian Church 949 West 49th at Fremlin (1 block east of Oak) Meet by the bike parking. The ride will arrive at the Bayshore in plenty of time to catch the action.
- Hello Al, Goodbye Gateway Rally Welcome Al Gore to Vancouver
Demand Action on Climate Change and Have Fun Doing It
Bring your signs and banners.
(East of the Westin Bayshore)
5:00 - 7:30 pm Cardero St. at Coal Harbour
Engagement by Timothy Wisdom, Raging Grannies, Ned Jacobs and the Port Action Theatre Troupe. Speakers Adriane Carr, Suzanne Anton, David Cadman, Heather Deal, Joe Foy , Harold Steves, Michael Sather, Peter Julian, David Fields and Betty Krawczyk.