Vets for Peace Events

Events

Join Smedley Butler Brigade’s monthly meetings every 2nd Monday of the month at 6 PM.

Saint Peters Episcopal Church, 838 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

Or view other Smedley VFP events!

See our Past Events page for information on past events.

Apr
8
Mon
Smedley Butler Brigade’s Monthly Business Meeting @ Saint Peters Episcopal Church
Apr 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join Smedley Butler Brigade’s monthly meetings every 2nd Monday of the month at 6 PM.

Saint Peters Episcopal Church, 838 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

6 PM Social

Meeting starts at 6:30 PM

Apr
18
Thu
Midnight Voices @ Cambridge Friends Meeting House
Apr 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Due to the Nor’Easter that’s coming to town tonight Al Johnson and Pat Scanlon have decided it’s only prudent to postpone tonight’s performance until December.  Hoping this reaches everyone who was planning to come.  Al Johnson will be at the Friends Meeting House at 7:00 p.m. to inform anyone who might show up.
 
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Save The Date! “Midnight Voices” Sponsored By Veterans for Peace: Thursday November 15th At 7- 7-9:30 PM With Special Feature Smedley Pat Scanlon-Banjo Man- Singer/Songwriter Channeling Pete Seeger 

Friends Meeting House –5 Longfellow Park (across from Longfellow House on Brattle Street), Cambridge,

Open Mic,” will be followed by Special Feature Pat Scanlon, banjo player, singer/song/writer and a story goes with it story-teller

The “open mic” sign-up before the show will be for roughly five-minute presentations.

Admission is FREE and refreshments provided!

Many thanks to our contact person Homer Franck, Ian Harrington and the Peace and Social Action Committee of the Cambridge Friends Meeting House.

More about “Midnight Voices”

Welcome to all poets, writers, musicians, veterans, supporters, soldiers, free spirits- Midnight Voices is held each third Thursday of month. This month starting with an “open mic” we have one special feature with an intermission somewhere in between depending on time. We encourage each performer to save a few minutes for audience questions about what they are performing and how the “muse” came to them.

Anybody, performers or audience, who has books, music and such 
for sale or for giving away feel free to bring them along as we will have a table set up for that purpose table.

We will finish by about 9:00 PM or so to clean up and chat-All are most welcome.

May
13
Mon
Smedley Butler Brigade’s Monthly Business Meeting @ Saint Peters Episcopal Church
May 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join Smedley Butler Brigade’s monthly meetings every 2nd Monday of the month at 6 PM.

Saint Peters Episcopal Church, 838 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

6 PM Social

Meeting starts at 6:30 PM

May
16
Thu
Midnight Voices @ Cambridge Friends Meeting House
May 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Due to the Nor’Easter that’s coming to town tonight Al Johnson and Pat Scanlon have decided it’s only prudent to postpone tonight’s performance until December.  Hoping this reaches everyone who was planning to come.  Al Johnson will be at the Friends Meeting House at 7:00 p.m. to inform anyone who might show up.
 
Smedley Excomm
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Save The Date! “Midnight Voices” Sponsored By Veterans for Peace: Thursday November 15th At 7- 7-9:30 PM With Special Feature Smedley Pat Scanlon-Banjo Man- Singer/Songwriter Channeling Pete Seeger 

Friends Meeting House –5 Longfellow Park (across from Longfellow House on Brattle Street), Cambridge,

Open Mic,” will be followed by Special Feature Pat Scanlon, banjo player, singer/song/writer and a story goes with it story-teller

The “open mic” sign-up before the show will be for roughly five-minute presentations.

Admission is FREE and refreshments provided!

Many thanks to our contact person Homer Franck, Ian Harrington and the Peace and Social Action Committee of the Cambridge Friends Meeting House.

More about “Midnight Voices”

Welcome to all poets, writers, musicians, veterans, supporters, soldiers, free spirits- Midnight Voices is held each third Thursday of month. This month starting with an “open mic” we have one special feature with an intermission somewhere in between depending on time. We encourage each performer to save a few minutes for audience questions about what they are performing and how the “muse” came to them.

Anybody, performers or audience, who has books, music and such 
for sale or for giving away feel free to bring them along as we will have a table set up for that purpose table.

We will finish by about 9:00 PM or so to clean up and chat-All are most welcome.

Jun
10
Mon
Smedley Butler Brigade’s Monthly Business Meeting @ Saint Peters Episcopal Church
Jun 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join Smedley Butler Brigade’s monthly meetings every 2nd Monday of the month at 6 PM.

Saint Peters Episcopal Church, 838 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

6 PM Social

Meeting starts at 6:30 PM

Jun
20
Thu
Midnight Voices @ Cambridge Friends Meeting House
Jun 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Due to the Nor’Easter that’s coming to town tonight Al Johnson and Pat Scanlon have decided it’s only prudent to postpone tonight’s performance until December.  Hoping this reaches everyone who was planning to come.  Al Johnson will be at the Friends Meeting House at 7:00 p.m. to inform anyone who might show up.
 
Smedley Excomm
————————————————————————————————————–

Save The Date! “Midnight Voices” Sponsored By Veterans for Peace: Thursday November 15th At 7- 7-9:30 PM With Special Feature Smedley Pat Scanlon-Banjo Man- Singer/Songwriter Channeling Pete Seeger 

Friends Meeting House –5 Longfellow Park (across from Longfellow House on Brattle Street), Cambridge,

Open Mic,” will be followed by Special Feature Pat Scanlon, banjo player, singer/song/writer and a story goes with it story-teller

The “open mic” sign-up before the show will be for roughly five-minute presentations.

Admission is FREE and refreshments provided!

Many thanks to our contact person Homer Franck, Ian Harrington and the Peace and Social Action Committee of the Cambridge Friends Meeting House.

More about “Midnight Voices”

Welcome to all poets, writers, musicians, veterans, supporters, soldiers, free spirits- Midnight Voices is held each third Thursday of month. This month starting with an “open mic” we have one special feature with an intermission somewhere in between depending on time. We encourage each performer to save a few minutes for audience questions about what they are performing and how the “muse” came to them.

Anybody, performers or audience, who has books, music and such 
for sale or for giving away feel free to bring them along as we will have a table set up for that purpose table.

We will finish by about 9:00 PM or so to clean up and chat-All are most welcome.

Jul
8
Mon
Smedley Butler Brigade’s Monthly Business Meeting @ Saint Peters Episcopal Church
Jul 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join Smedley Butler Brigade’s monthly meetings every 2nd Monday of the month at 6 PM.

Saint Peters Episcopal Church, 838 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

6 PM Social

Meeting starts at 6:30 PM

Jul
18
Thu
Midnight Voices @ Cambridge Friends Meeting House
Jul 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Due to the Nor’Easter that’s coming to town tonight Al Johnson and Pat Scanlon have decided it’s only prudent to postpone tonight’s performance until December.  Hoping this reaches everyone who was planning to come.  Al Johnson will be at the Friends Meeting House at 7:00 p.m. to inform anyone who might show up.
 
Smedley Excomm
————————————————————————————————————–

Save The Date! “Midnight Voices” Sponsored By Veterans for Peace: Thursday November 15th At 7- 7-9:30 PM With Special Feature Smedley Pat Scanlon-Banjo Man- Singer/Songwriter Channeling Pete Seeger 

Friends Meeting House –5 Longfellow Park (across from Longfellow House on Brattle Street), Cambridge,

Open Mic,” will be followed by Special Feature Pat Scanlon, banjo player, singer/song/writer and a story goes with it story-teller

The “open mic” sign-up before the show will be for roughly five-minute presentations.

Admission is FREE and refreshments provided!

Many thanks to our contact person Homer Franck, Ian Harrington and the Peace and Social Action Committee of the Cambridge Friends Meeting House.

More about “Midnight Voices”

Welcome to all poets, writers, musicians, veterans, supporters, soldiers, free spirits- Midnight Voices is held each third Thursday of month. This month starting with an “open mic” we have one special feature with an intermission somewhere in between depending on time. We encourage each performer to save a few minutes for audience questions about what they are performing and how the “muse” came to them.

Anybody, performers or audience, who has books, music and such 
for sale or for giving away feel free to bring them along as we will have a table set up for that purpose table.

We will finish by about 9:00 PM or so to clean up and chat-All are most welcome.