Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival
Sat., Dec. 6, 10-5pm, Sun., Dec. 7, 11-5pm
Nottingham High School, 3100 E. Genesee St., Syracuse

Central New York's premier multicultural craftsfair, Plowshares celebrates a world where people enjoy their work and have control over it. With 130 craftspeople and community groups, it is a  marketplace of ideas and beautifully diverse, hand made items.

More than a craftsfair, it is a peace festival, with music, food and a spirit of fellowship, creating a weekend of grassroots commerce and community. It's a wonderful opportunity to connect at year's end and share in the life and culture of a village marketplace that has no corporate headquarters.

Download the beautiful flyers (color, black and white)

Spend the day. There's live entertainment, good food by The Mission Restaurant, and warm community. Buy a raffle ticket and win something you never knew you needed! Be amazed by what you can bid on at the Silent Auction!

And what's just as much fun as going to Plowshares, is helping to create Plowshares:

--Volunteer for a short work shift during the weekend (contact michael@peacecouncil.net).
--Find the perfect item to donate to the raffle or the Silent Auction
--Help promote Plowshares by distributing posters.
--Bring someone who has never been.

For more information, contact Carol 315.472.5478, carol@peacecouncil.net or visit go to the Plowshares main page.

"And they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore." -Isaiah 1:4

 

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Exciting Silent Auction Items!

Donations for auction at Plowshares have started to come in, and we have some great ones!

 Here's just some of what we've received so far:

To see the entire list, click here

 

Highlighted Events

SPC In Action

Counter-recruitment

SPC talks with Manlius Pebble Hill School junior Joshua Harris, of Liverpool, about grassroots social justice and peace activities. (Photo:

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