Holiday Peace Fair Dec. 2, 2006
at Campbell United Methodist Church
1675 Winchester Blvd. south of Hamilton, Campbell

This year's fair will take place 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010

Wendy Greenfield tells Richard Hobbs about Jewish Voice for Peace
photos by Kim Kinoshita and Joan Bazar

Beneficiaries Donations and dessert table proceeds from the 2006 fair benefit African Refugee Women Rebuilders and the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund.

Entertainers Lisa Atkinson & George Kincheloe, Dabke Palestinian Dancers, Raging Grannies: Original Peninsula Raging Grannies (WILPF), Raging Grannies Action League and San Jose Raging Grannies; Annie & the Vets, Two PM/Mona D'Astarte; San Jose Peace Chorale; and El Grito de la Cultura dancers.

Sponsors and vendors The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF-SJ) and the San Jose Peace Center are the primary sponsors, with the following groups as vendors: Mayaworks, 9 to 5, South Bay Mobilization, CRISPAZ, Code Pink, our developing world, South Bay Jewish Voice for Peace, Veterans for Peace, African Refugee Women Rebuilders, San Jose Friends Meeting, Health Care for All, Campbell United Methodist Church and Society Committee, San Jose Labor Party, Green Party Santa Clara County, Ten Thousand Villages-SERRV, Pesticide Alternatives, Heifer Project, International Solidarity Movement, PFLAG Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Free the Cuban Five, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Think First, United for Peace and Justice, Northern California War Tax Resistance, 9/11 project, San Jose Peace Center and San Jose Branch of WILPF.

Dabke Palestinian dancers

At left and above, El Grito de la Cultura dancers

< George Kincheloe and Lisa Atkinson


> George, Phil and Anne of Annie and the Vets

Janet Hale (also a Raging Granny) tabled for War Tax Resistance.

Code Pink table offers feather boas

Grandmother and young pinkster

Roy and daughter Maya at
Vets for Peace table

Colorful woven goods from South America at MayaWorks

Lynne Pennek-Holden and Carol Dalrymple sign up supporter for Health Care for All - California

Haiti Emergency Relief shared a table with the International Solidarity Movement.

David Wald tells Merriam about Think First's counter-recruitment work in high schools. Santa is at next table -- PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays).