Archive for May, 2021

Annual Members Meeting Thursday, June 3

7 pm via Zoom

The Annual Meeting originally scheduled for April 1 had minimal attendance, so has been rescheduled to occur in conjunction with our June 3 monthly meeting. Below is the Zoom link. More Zoom details are at the end of this post

All welcome! Front and center for this meeting will be the election of board members. Some board members have reached term limits, so some new people are needed. Our by-laws state that we can serve on the board for five consecutive two-year terms. We gladly anticipate fresh board energy, possibly moving the organization in new directions! Please contact if you are able to help steer us by serving on our board of directors. ****** We Need You! *******

We also need to start planning for our booth at the Tanana Valley Fair coming up at the end of July. We will need lots of volunteers for booth sitting. Other ongoing concerns include developing ways to support the Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (and supporting the Juneau Vets For Peace program), the expansion of local military bases including the F-35 deployment, and monitoring the relationship between UAF and the Department of Defense.

Contact with questions.

Further Zoom details for those who need them:

Topic: Alaska Peace Center monthly meeting
Time: Jun 3, 2021 07:00 PM Alaska

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8th Annual Peace Feast Saturday, May 22, 2021

8th Annual Peace Feast

Saturday, May 22, Noon to 2 pm

Square Dance Pavilion, Pioneer Park

Celebrating Peacemakers in Our Community

Come Help Us Celebrate!



6th Annual Peace Feast, 2018

Free barbeque! Dick Farris has again agreed to cook his famous barbeque for us. Please bring a dish to share and eating utensils if possible. We missed the Peace Feast last year because of the pandemic, but now we’re back! However, since there are still covid concerns the Borough requires that we have no more than 25 people at a time under the pavilion and that everyone wear a mask while not actually eating.

The Peace Feast is an opportunity to relax in the summer sun and share ideas and interests. We encourage those with a passion for peace to get involved at the personal level to make a difference in our own community. We’ll be featuring short presentations from organizations working toward peace, justice, and sustainability in our community. The Square Dance Pavilion (aka picnic shelter) is between the Dance Hall and the the Pioneer Air Museum.

The Alaska Peace Center works for peace, justice and sustainability – individually, in our community and globally – with a commitment to nonviolent conflict resolution. For more information, contact