Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Peace games break out across Melbourne on Anzac Day eve

You're invited to join the peace games breaking out across Melbourne!

At 12 noon on Thursday April 24th meet at Federation Square to roam the city inviting people to join the games! There will be free frisbees to give away to raise awareness of the trial of the Samuel Hill (Frisbee) 5 and the Talisman Sabre war games. Join in the fun as we show Melbourne that resistance to war is not all sour, angry faces, and can be fun and lifegiving!

There will be information to give out with the frisbees, and you're encouraged to take the opportunity on the eve of Anzac Day to help people consider that the best way to honour the fallen is to have no more war.

The group will leave Fed Square around 12:15. It will finish at 2pm with frisbee throwing in the Alexandra Gardens (over the bridge from Fed Square).

Contact Jane Carter (0403 713 157) for more details or to meet up somewhere along the walk, and spread the good news of peace games!

Please forward this invitation on to anyone you know who might be interested.

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