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Facilitator Training - August 26, 2010 - 1 pm - 4 pm at UW-Parkside

Are you a patient person who enjoys children and is comfortable in front of large groups?  Do you feel there is a need for children to learn positive communication skills and how to resolve a small problem before it turns into a larger conflict?  We are in need of Facilitators to meet the demand for the upcoming school year.  A team of two Lead Facilitators and two Assistant Facilitators present PLC's programming to fourth grade classes.  Attend out free Facilitator Training at UW-Parkside and learn more. 

Registration required. 

To learn more or to register, contact Matt Salzman at 262-595-2402 or via email at salzman@uwp.edu.



Festival of Arts & Flowers - July 18, 2010 - Noon to 6pm - Lincoln Park, 7010 22nd AV, Kenosha


Come join Peace Learning Circles (PLC) & the Kenosha Art Association (KAA) for 'Bead for Life'. Just one of the many family friendly activities offered at the Festival of Arts & Flowers. Community projects for the Festival of Arts & Flowers at the PLC & KAA tables will include making Peace Bracelets, painting Peace Sticks for participating classes during the 2010-2011 school year, and joining Hands for Peace. Families can also sign the No Violence: Not Here, Not There, Not Anywhere promise. A drawing will be held to give away 3 PLC t-shirts. PLC t-shirts will also be available for purchase.

 

Peace Learning Circles Community Awareness and Engagement meeting - March 18, 2010

 

Peace Learning Circles would like to invite you to participate in a very important meeting.  The purpose of the meeting is to bring awareness of what PLC has accomplished since we began and what our vision is for the future, as well as an opportunity for PLC to network with people from the communities we serve.


There will be a brief introduction to PLC:  Where we started from, where we are today and what is our vision for the future.  A brainstorming session will follow.  We look forward to your comments, ideas, and suggestions.  We are also looking for our Board of Directors and Advisory Board.  Join us, if just for this one meeting or to find out how you can be a part of the future of PLC.


For more information or to RSVP by March 14, call Sue at 262-939-1285 or via email at jshollow12@yahoo.com.