Saturday, August 3rd 

6:30 - 9 PM

Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remembrance: A Call for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament is an annual event to commemorate the tragic atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. While this event serves as a solemn reminder of the devastating impacts of nuclear warfare, it is also a celebration of ongoing efforts to ensure a peaceful future and the creation of a universal human nation, a responsibility we all share.     

6:30 PM

Presentation of the documentary "The Beginning of the End of Nuclear Weapons."

This documentary, directed by Alvaro Orus and produced by Pressenza, describes efforts to incorporate a nuclear weapons ban treaty into international law, told through the voices of prominent activists from various organizations and countries as well as the president of the negotiating conference.

8:30 PM (at dusk)

Toro Nagashi (Paper Lantern Ceremony) 

Candle-lit lanterns are set afloat, in remembrance and as an asking for peace.  


$10 suggested donation

More Upcoming 


Fall Seasonal Celebration

Join us for a day of reflection as we celebrate the change of season.

Saturday, Sept. 23

Details to follow

Nonviolence for our Future

In honor of the International Day of Nonviolence, featuring panels, workshops, ceremonies, testimonies, performances, and more. 

Saturday, Oct. 5  10a - 6 pm

More info here