Waco Friends of Peace/Climate meet monthly, the third Tuesday of the month, 6 pm, at Poppo Rollo's Pizza
Westbank Meeting Room, 703 N. Valley Mills Dr., Waco, 76710. Free presentation and pizza/salad buffet.

Friday, July 15, 2011

FREE CONCERT: Sat. Aug 6, 2011, 6.p.m.



David Rovics in concert was amazing. A great crowd of about 70 was entertained, informed, and inspired by the lyrics, music, and heart of David. The date was August 6. Appropriately, the high point of the concert was the heart breaking and powerful "Hiroshima." We must have David back.




LIVE IN CONCERT:
DAVID ROVICS.






AUGUST 6, SATURDAY







6p.m. Free Pizza Buffet







6:30 David Rovics.







Venue: Poppa Rollo's Pizza, Outback Meeting Room, 703 N. Valley Mills Drive, Waco, TX







FREE CONCERT AND PIZZA BUFFET.







ALL WELCOME.







Don't miss the only appearance by Rovics in Texas this summer! Catch his performance before he departs for a tour in Europe. You will be moved and inspired to action by his brilliant lyrics and powerful voice/guitar technique. Recall some of David's most popular songs, such as "Who would Jesus Bomb," and "Operation Iraqi Liberation: O.I.L." As Cindy Sheehan has observed: "David is the peace poet and troubadour of our time."







We will have David Rovic's T-shirts and CD's for sale. And as always, courtesy of Waco Friends of Peace, free yard signs, bumper stickers, and books.







At this time of government by and for the corporations, come support the progressive movement in Central Texas, talk to others of like mind, and help provide a worthy audience for a performer of Rovic's stature. So please come--and bring a friend or colleague. Thank you.












Thursday, July 07, 2011

Demonstration July 4, 2011

INDEPENDENCE FROM WAR demonstration on the 4th of July. Time for the end of the U.S. empire NOW. Although over 100 degrees we had about 10 hearty activists, great positive driver response, and Channel 10 TV coverage! Many thanks to all the activists who helped with this important action. You made a difference in providing an alternative to the typical warlike celebrations of this holiday. Your voices were heard in Waco.