Events

Dates: Tue, 02/28/2017 - 6:30pm

The Peace Corps: Life is calling.. How far will you go?    Tuesday, February 28th, 6:30 pm. Free. Quaker House, 223 Hillside Ave, Fayetteville. 910-323-3912.  Learn about exciting work that you can do to help our world or just come to hear the interesting stories of those who have served. Wonderful opportunity for veterans!   

Dates: Tue, 02/14/2017 - 7:00pm

Leslie Lee and Steve Gretz in concert February 14th, 7:00 pm at Quaker House, 223 Hillside Ave $10 Donation.   From New York, Leslie and Steve have been performing and recording as a duo since 2003. The songs they sing come from a variety of genres: folk, gospel, Americana, and contemporary singer-songwriter. They sing these songs because they move us, and they hope the music will lift your spirits and soothe your souls.  

For more information:  http://www.leslieandsteve.com  

Dates: Thu, 01/26/2017 - 6:30pm

Mindfulness Classes continue at Quaker House, 223 Hillside Ave at 6:30 pm. They are free and confidential.  Mindfulness has been shown to be very helpful with PTSD, Moral Injury, and other trauma. The classes  may be joined on any Thursday, but please remember that the first Thursday of every month is held at a different location, the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 1601 Raeford Rd., at 7:00 pm, in order to walk the labyrinth there. Call 910-323-3912 and ask for Lynn for information.

Dates: Fri, 01/13/2017 - 6:00pm

Alternatives to Violence Project Training January 13-15, 2017. The Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) is a training program enabling participants to deal with potentially violent situations in new & creative ways. Location: Quaker House, 223 Hillside Ave., Fayetteville, NC. This workshop earns 18 contact hours for full participation. FEE: $25 (for meals) To register: qpr@quaker.org limited space, waiting list provided 

Dates: Mon, 04/11/2016 - 5:00pm

Staff writer Amanda Dolasinski fayobserver.com The mother of incarcerated Army veteran Joshua Eisenhauer quietly held a sign in his support, waving at cars that honked as they passed. "We're here today mostly for the mental issues - there's a lot of work to do," Eisenhauer's mother, Dawn Erickson, said. "Josh is just one face of this."