Peace Week 2019: An unbridled Success

Nine Days

Three Counties

One Delaware

Peace Week Delaware 2019 was a huge success thanks to our creative and generous event organizers; they  planned  well over one-hundred events for our collective benefit.  The attendance numbers are yet to be tabulated but we do not need statistics to feel an unbridled enthusiasm and positive energy, an energy that can be harnessed to dismantle barriers to peace. Thank you from all of us on the Steering committee; we have felt the tremendous good will of the people of Delaware.

Enjoy the Final days of Peace week 2019 Events

Grow your vision of peace by attending some of these events

These are live links that will take you to the event page with all the details, maps, event description and contact information.

Friday, September 27, 2019

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Sunday, September 29, 2019

SHOW ME A LISTING OF ALL EVENTS

http://www.peaceweekdelaware.org/detailed-listing-2019/

Offset the Mid-week blues with 44 events over 3 Days

Grow your vision of peace by attending some of these events

These are live links that will take you to the event page with all the details, maps, event description and contact information.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Thursday, September 26, 2019

SHOW ME A LISTING OF ALL EVENTS

http:// www.peaceweekdelaware.org/detailed-listing-2019/

Plan your Weekend Ahead

Twenty-eight events offered on Opening Weekend: Something for everyone

Pledge to grow your vision of peace.

September 21, 2019

September 22, 2019

September 23, 2019

Show me ALL the events.

http://www.peaceweekdelaware.org/detailed-listing-2019

Events top the 100-mark

As we post our hundredth event in the 2019 listing of events, we pause to reflect on the significance of this milestone. We could simply write about the diversity of events–Delawareans in many corners of the State will be presented with a variety of programs on topics that speak to our collective aspirations for a peaceful world. But, perhaps even more importantly, we can also speak with pride that a hundred organizations in our State are giving of their time, talent and energy to help build a more just and compassionate community. May we all continue to increase our understanding of one another leading us to our most common yearning–peace.

Show me the Events.

Proclamation From the office of the Governor

  • Whereas, Peace Week is celebrating its 4th annual week-long celebration; and
  • Whereas, this week-long celebration is a project of the Movement for the Culture of Peace. Since 2014, this organization has been organizing peace marches in Wilmington, DE; and
  • Whereas, Peace Week Delaware works to raise awareness, hope and action for peace, equality and justice all across Delaware; and
  • Whereas, the celebration is marked by events organized to educate Delawareans on how to get involved in advocating for peace; and
  • Whereas, it is important for Delawareans to be involved in activities that will support a peaceful Delaware.

Now, Therefore, We, John Carney, Governor,
and Bethany Hall-Long, Lieutenant Governor,
do hereby declare September 21st-29th, 2019, as

PEACE WEEK DELAWARE

in the State of Delaware, and urge all citizens to recognize the essential role that Peace Week Delaware plays in encouraging a culture of peace in our state,

EIGHTY-EIGHT EVENTS REGISTERED FOR PEACE WEEK 2019

Eighty-eight events have been registered, seventy in New Castle County, seven in Kent County and eleven in Sussex County for Peace Week Delaware 2019.  They  include community picnics, community walkabouts, interfaith conversations, discussions on racial divisions, alternative to violence workshops, lectures and discussions on immigration issues, healthy practices–from yoga to meditation, films,  religious services, dramatizations on topics like homelessness and peace vigils, drum circles, several collections for the needy, consciousness raising for LGBTQ populations, a radio program, a community wellness fair and youth activities ranging from taking video to painting and writing poetry to making crafts like pinwheels and origami.

Thanks to the creativity and unselfishness of Peace Week event organizers, we will all have a diverse program of events to educate, inspire, motivate  and amuse us beginning on September 21.

Thank you, event organizers for your efforts in designing these events and for your future efforts in publicizing and executing them for our collective benefit.

For those of you who did not make the deadline, we encourage you to register your events so that they can be included on our website.  Your events will still qualify as full-fledged Peace Week Delaware events; we will all work to make every event a success.

All events have been posted but not all events have been copied onto our Detailed Listings page. If your event appears on the Calendar page and on the Tabular Listings page, then you are registered; you need not worry. Event organizers,  please check the postings for your event and contact us as soon as possible at events@peaceweekdelaware.org if editorial changes are needed.

This information will be transferred to our print designer later this week; at that point, any changes you request will be made on the website but will not appear on the printed program.

The Next Peace Week Delaware: Sept. 21–29, 2019

SAVE THE DATES

Peace Week Delaware
September 21 – 29, 2019

 

The fourth annual Peace Week Delaware will be celebrated by concerned citizens in all three counties—nine days of events raising awareness, hope, and action for peace, equality and justice in our communities, nation, and world. YOU can HELP. 

  • Organize a Peace Week Delaware event 
  • Join the Peace Week Steering Committee 
  • Attend Peace Week Delaware events 
  • Encourage other people to get involved 
  • Contribute your time, money, or in-kind donations 
Email with questions: info@peaceweekdelaware.org 
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Nine Days, Three Counties, One Delaware — Sept. 21–29, 2019