Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Thank you for your interest in
Peace Sunday / Peace Fest 2012 “Building a Culture of Peace”
If there were ever a need to invigorate building a culture of peace, now is the time. We know you are essential in these endeavors. We have over 50 organizations now, and growing, who are involved with Peace Sunday / Peace Fest 2012 and we would love to have you join us and be part of this important event.
This year Peace Sunday has evolved into a 3-day event with the view to building momentum towards a larger event in 2015 (similar to the first Peace Sunday at the Rose Bowl in 1982) to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the United Nations.
Indigenous Ceremony, Celebration, an International Day of Peace Program, an Interfaith Panel, Multimedia, an education Peace Convergence and
includes 2 free tickets and a 50 word listing in our printed program. Through your registration you will be listed as a co-sponsor (unless otherwise stated). Being listed as a co-sponsor requires that you please promote this important event to your connections,
Electricity for booth or table – $20.00
Please note that we are currently offering an Early Bird Ticket Promotion until September 10th so that members from your community can also have the opportunity to come to Peace Sunday / Peace Fest 2012.
For the 3-day event we are offering 50% off for 2 or more people at $50.00 per person (full ticket price is $100.00)
This offer with go up to $75.00 per person after September 10th. For further details about ticket options, please see linked document or go to the registration tab at http://www.peacesunday.org
The attachment enclosed outlines details of the program, the performers, the speakers and facilitators, and the Peace Convergence with 2 printable forms – one for registration and a form for you to fill out your sector selection for your participation in the convergence; online and mail-in registration options.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.
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