[act-ma] 7/4 Anti-Imperialist Picnic (Mon)

Matthew Andrews peopleunite at verizon.net
Thu Jun 30 18:50:10 PDT 2011

4th of July jingoism got you down?  Then come to our 7th Annual


Build World Peace
Celebrate Independence for all Nations

Monday, July 4th
noon - 4:00pm
Charles River Park, Boston (Allston)
Directions are at the bottom

This year we will have a musical performance with Sergio Reyes!

Meet the radicals in your community, and their children, and their dogs
Eat lots of great food (we will have a vegan friendly grill)
Sunbathe and blow bubbles
We will also have a canopy this year for those who prefer the shade
Play Frisbee / Football / Futbol
Sing old labor folk songs (bring your musical instrument!)
Have fun!

Left unity beyond Boston's May Day!
We will be there early to stake out a picnic table.
Look for our banners.

You can RSVP at:

When you RSVP, please tell us if you can volunteer or bring  
something!  We need a couple people who can help grill the food and  
clean up afterward.  We also need at least one more grill for the meat- 
eaters.  If you can organize a game or lead another activity, that  
would be great too.  Based on last year's success, we are using the  
following format to suggest everyone bring something:

For each adult person attending please bring a dish according to your  
last name if you are able to (if you cannot, we understand, just  
come).  We want to make sure everyone who comes can eat their fill!

Drinks & Games/Activities (V-Z) (musical instrument, bubbles, frisbee,  
ball etc.)

Main Dish (A-F)

Appetizers/Side Dish (G-L)

Salads (M-O)

Dessert (P-U)

Please label any food vegan, vegetarian, or meat, and any common  
allergens (ie. nuts, wheat).


Sponsored by: Industrial Workers of the World, Boston May Day  
Coalition, Mass Global Action, Socialist Party of Boston
Sponsoring groups are helping to fund this picnic.  Any leftover money  
raised will go to support the E5 Downtown Workers Center.

Directions: The Charles River Park is located off Soldiers Field Road  
in Allston.  Take the #86 bus to Everett St.  Parking and picnic  
tables are by the water.  Here is a map: http://tinyurl.com/km9d4g
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