"Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal." Martin Luther King, Jr.

A number of great groups are signed up to participate. A full listing coming soon.

For more information, contact Rebecca Glasscock at rebecca.glasscock@kctcs.edu

Lexington Peace Fair 2015

Peace, much more than the absence of armed conflict, means building social equality and justice, economic equity, ecological balance; protecting citizens from attack; meeting basic human needs; having the means necessary to settle differences nonviolently; eliminating structural violence; practicing conflict resolution as a foundation for building relationships; and supporting international law, diplomacy, and nonviolent resolution of disputes. The purpose of the peace fair is to engage heads and hearts in realizing that PEACE IS POSSIBLE.  Please come and enjoy music, food, art, and enjoyable activities for the whole family.

When:   

Sunday, September 20 (the day before International Day of                Peace) from 1:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.


Where:  

Lawn of Bluegrass Community & Technical College, 470 Cooper          Drive, Lexington, KY (across the parking lot from Commonwealth Stadium)


What:    

A day to remember that peace is beautiful and it is possible.             Enjoy live music, art, activities, sharing of ideas and                          information, fair trade, local good, and lots of fun. Kid friendly!


Cost:        

Free, and everyone is welcome! Donations are appreciated.





Music! Bring a chair & enjoy the afternoon.

1:00 ...... FONA (Forum of Nepalese in America) dancers

1:30 .....  Safiya Nawaar (Middle Eastern belly dance)

1:45 ...... Positive Movement  (Jazz)

2:45 ..... Cheryl Pan and the Chinese dancers

3:30 ..... John Gage (folk singer/songwriter)

4:15 .....  Daisy Helmuth (youth performer)

4:40 ..... Sydney Cubit (youth performer)

5:00 ..... Yoisel and Legna (Cuban duo)

6:00 ..... George Ella (KY Poet Laureate) and Steve Lyon (singer/keyboard)

Special events: The spinning sisters at 2:00 p.m. and a release of white homing pigeons at 6:30 p.m.