LIBBY WILL BE APPEARING:
FAIRBANKS ALASKA NOVEMBER 19, 2010
8 pm Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall 4448 Pike's Landing Rd.
Friday November 19, 2010
With opening by Mariah Ver Hof $32 To benefit the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and PFLAG Fairbanks Tickets: Grassroots Guitar, If Only, Gulliver's Books, and UUFF, or by email reservation request to email@example.com or 451-8838 For information: 907-451-8838
SITKA ALASKA DECEMBER 12, 2010
Time TBA .
To benefit Partners in Health For information: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAN RAFAEL CA - BIONEERS NATIONAL CONFERENCE OCTOBER 15-17, 2010
MUSIC and WORKSHOPS
See www.bioneers.org for information
Sunday Oct. 17 Singing for closing plenary 12:45 pm; Workshop: Exploring What it Means to be White in the World 2:45 pm; Panel: Beloved Community -- Finding Our Way Through 4:30pm
The Bioneers Conference is a leading-edge forum where social and scientific innovators focus on breathrough solutions inspired by nature and human ingenuity. "A gathering of inspiration and innovation... Bioneers is creating a community of social change." (Terry Tempest Williams) Other presenters include: Jane Goodall; Andy Lipkis: Tony Cortese; Lynne Twist, and many others. www.bioneers.org
ANCHORAGE ALASKA APRIL 2010
"Conversations with Alaskans"
4 pm Cyranos Theater 4th and D Sts.
Saturday April 10, 2010
Open to the public!
Join storyteller Jack Dalton as he interviews Libby about her life and work!
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALISS OREGON FEBRUARY 25 2010
"Do We Have Any Obligations to the Future?" Town Meeting/Public Discussion, Corvallis Benton County Public Library, Spring Creek Project
with philosophers Kathleen Dean Moore, Brian Doyle and writer Michael Nelson
Thursday February 25, 2010
Free and open to the public!
ANCHORAGE ALASKA MAY 2009
Anchorage Museum of History and Art Gala Reopening
Sunday May 31, 2009
Open to the public!
Celebrate the opening of our new, expanded museum!
ANCHORAGE ALASKA NOVEMBER 2008
Bartlett Democratic Club Annual Banquet
Saturday November 22, 2008 7 pm
Anchorage Senior Center
For information: email@example.com
SEATTLE WASHINGTON - FEBRUARY 2009
Women of Wisdom Conference
Friday February 13, 2009 7 pm
Seattle Unity Church
200 8th Ave North Seattle WA 98109
WORKSHOP: Reclaiming Our Thinking as Women
Sunday February 15, 2009 9 am - 4:30 pm
N. Seattle Community College
9600 College Way N., Seattle WA 98103
Tickets at www.womenofwisdom.org or mail WOW a check:
Women of Wisdom
PO Box 30043
Seattle WA 98113
For more information on the concert, workshop or conference: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Idaho
Finding the Center: The Seeds of Unity
Human Rights Conference
Friday April 4, 2008
Friday April 4, Saturday April 5, 2008
Must register to attend http://www.webs.uidaho.edu/ftc
Resolving differences while protecting human rights may very well be the only viable path to unity and true peace. This challenge calls for concrete efforts and esssential skills in order to achieve genuine harmony. "Resolving Differences: The Seeds of Unity" is the theme of the 2008 conference, which brings together well-known leaders and practicioners in the field of human rights and conflict resolution. Through engaging presentations and dynamic workshops, the conference will enhance knowledge, provide tools, teach methods, and inspire social activism
Oregon State University
Part of The Ideas Matter Series:
"Who Owns the Sky? The
Tragedy or Triumph of the Commons"
A Concert for the Commons
Wednesday April 9, 2008 7:30 pm
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis
2945 NW Circle Blvd., Corvallis
Tickets: $8 at the door (cash only)
Contact: Cassandra Robertson
Sponsored by the Spring Creek Project for Ideas, Nature, and the Written
Department of Peace Campaign, Northwest USA Conference
Friday April 11 Time TBA Vancouver Red Lion
Friday October 5, 2007
Mayo High School
1420 11 Ave SE
Tickets $15 in advance, $7 students, $20 at the door
Available at Healing Touch Spalon (in the subway of the Kahler Hotel, downtown Rochester)
Cash only, sorry no checks or credit cards.
Tickets go on sale the day after Labor Day.
Concert ticket information -
507-287-6162 or email@example.com
The Overworked American: The Psychology and Politics of Our Busy Lives
Saturday October 6, 2007
Century High School in the Forum
2525 Viola Rd NE
Register through Rochester Community Education
Both events co-sponsored by Rochester Community Education and Wild Women Weaving Change.
ALASKA - ANCHORAGE - BIONEERS CONFERENCE
Friday October 19
APU GRANT HALL
Songs and introduction of video on racism in Anchorage
Saturday October 20, 2007
1-2:30 pm APU
Workshop: What It Means to Be "White" in the World
To register: www.sustainak.org
Libby joins Global "Dial-a-Diva" Phone Arts Extravaganza!
Saturday September 8th, 2007 9 pm AST- see dialadiva website
Libby joins singers from around the world as part of a 24 hour Scotland-based arts extravaganza that is billed as one of the U.K.'s cultural highlights. Featuring, among many others, traditional Chinese opera performers, a leading British soprano, and an Ethiopian fully versed in the songs of Whitney Houston. For information: www.dialadiva.net.
Friday August 11, 2006
National Conference of Veterans for Peace
University of Washington, Husky Union Building
For info: Gerri Haynes: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Call of the Sandhill Crane: A Concert of Music and Ideas with essayist and subsistence poet Hank Lentfer, writer Kathleen Dean Moore and DAVID SCOTT DUNCAN, author of the River Why.
Courage and Hope / The Call of the Sandhill Crane: A workshop for activists, artists, environmentalists and all who yearn to make the world a better place.
Alaska Natural Resources and Outdoor Education Association Conference Fundraiser
Friday March 10, 2006 7 pm Grant Hall Auditorium, Alaska Pacific University
$20 conference participants; $30 general public
email@example.com or www.anroe.org
February 11 2006
Northfield, MN Carleton College
Sustainability Day Celebration
Concert 8 pm - Chapel
Workshop 1 pm - "Sustaining Ourselves: Finding and Maintaining a Sense of Balance as Students, Activists, Human Beings" - Nourse Hall Info: 507-646-5030
Kicking off a month-long series of events in celebration of Women's History Month!
March 2, 2006 Waterville Opera House 7 pm
For info/tix: Hardy Girls Healthy Women 207.861.8131
May 2008 Dates TBA
Peace concert with Israeli and Palestinian singers in Jerusalem and Bethlehem
Sponsored by the National Peace Alliance
For info: 907/278-6817 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Libby has previously performed at/for:
Ms. Foundation Institute on Economic Development
World Wilderness Congress
National Peace Alliance (national conference, Washington D.C.)
National Council against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
University of Maine (multiple campuses)
University of Redlands
American Association for Women in Psychology
Philadelphia Ethical Society
Hardy Girls/Healthy Women
California Men's Conference
Illinois Wesleyan University
University of Alaska
Rochester Community College
Veterans for Peace (national conference, Seattle WA)