Mark Your Calendar for These Upcoming Events

Every fourth Thursday of the month*, Oregon WAND explores a compelling topic in depth with special features, guest speakers, and presentations.¬†All Oregon WAND programs¬†are free and open to the public. Below you’ll find the Monthly Programs marked next to the event date. Oregon WAND Members & Allies: If you know of or are involved in an event that is aligned with the mission of WAND, please send us information about it for consideration in the Upcoming Events. *January-May, September, October, and November (third Thursday due to Thanksgiving; no program in December)

July 2017

July 31

The 2017 Peace Walk Begins

2017 Interfaith Peace Walk Monday Events

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July 30 – August 14

2017 Pacific Northwest Interfaith Peace Walk

Picasso Peace Dove

The annual Interfaith Peace Walk, sponsored by Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Order, along with several other organizations, will be 13th walk for peace in the Pacific Northwest. With the world in the turmoil that it is currently in, the peace walk, prayers, and associated activities are more necessary than ever.

Please see this flier for more details. For more information about the walk and how to participate, contact Rev. Senji Kanaeda at 206-780-6739 or 206-724-7632 (cell). He can also be reached by email at

Dates: Sunday, July 31 through Monday, August 14, 2017
Sponsors: Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Order. Catholic Workers, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action for Peace, Lake Forest Park for Peace, Indian People’s Organization for Change (CA), Veterans for Peace (ME and others), FootPrints for Peace (OH, Australia) plus more.


August 2017

August 6

2017 Hiroshima Nagasaki Commemoration in Eugene Oregon

Bring your family out to Alton Baker Park for a fun and memorable multicultural celebration where we’ll say “NEVER AGAIN” to the nuclear bombings that took place in Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Enjoy Taiko drumming and Obon dancing, and the Eugene Peace Choir. The event closes at dusk with the beautiful floating of candle lanterns accompanied by Japanese music by Koto master Mitsuki Dazai

Date: August 6, 2017
Time: 7:15 pm
Location: Alton Baker Park, 632 Day Island Rd.
Cost: Free
More info: Contact CALC at 541-485-1755 or send email