FEBRUARY HAPPY HOUR
Monthly Happy Hour- Join us the last Thursday of every month for our monthly happy hours! We change bars every three months.This month's happy hour coincides with the NPCA National Day of Action, and we will have computers on hand for you to write your elected official in support of Peace Corps funding.
For February 27, and March 27 we will be at STONEY'S PUB located at 1111 Lincoln Street, Denver.
Fort Collins Peace Corps Week Activities
Greetings fellow RPCVs and friends,
Please mark your calendars for an exciting event in celebration of…YOU! For this year’s Peace Corps Week (February 23-March 1), we will be recognizing the service of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers at the Global Village Museum, 200 W Mountain Ave, Fort Collins, on Friday, February 28th from 6-8pm. We will have an RPCV photo slideshow, catered food from Maza Kabob, and RPCV Jane Albritton, editor of the “Peace Corps at 50” book series, will be on hand to sign copies of her books that will be available for sale. RPCVs can catch up with old friends and meet new RPCVs, and are also encouraged to chat with those who have arrived to learn more about service in the Peace Corps. The event is free and open to the public.
Share the excitement!
Thank you for your service,
RPCV Peru 2008-2011 | RPCV Response, Panama 2012
Peace Corps Campus Representative
Colorado State University
Once again, the RPCVs of Colorado are an official community partner of the Starz Denver Film Festival!
This year, we have chosen to partner on screening Belisario Franco's haunting documentary "Eternal Amazon".
At a time when the world is focused on the impact of humans on the environment, Eternal Amazon is a lyrical, poetic documentary that presents a critical analysis of how the world's largest tropical rainforest is understood and utilized. Exploring the Amazon's five million square kilometers - which are home to countless plant and animal species, and 20% of the world's freshwater reserves - the film asks whether it is possible for humans to make sustainable use of the rainforest. Executives, politicians and environmentalists working together with indigenous tribes and riverbank communities are currently constructing a model for using nature that can extract its resources while generating work and income, with minimal environmental impact.
Tickets for this event are $20, which includes a movie ticket and a post-screening reception that includes hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer. You may pick up tickets in the lobby of the film center beginning an hour before the screening. Please find the RPCVCO table.
You can watch a trailer for this film here http://youtu.be/wUImSHBi0ik
If you've been to a meeting or event in the last couple of months, you know that we have been hinting at a very special event that we have been planning. We are so excited to announce that the RPCVs of Colorado have partnered with Swallow Hill Music to bring Daniel Martin Moore to Colorado on September 28th! Daniel is not only a respected singer/songwriter but is also an RPCV who served in Cameroon!
Thanks to the generous donations and support from you, our members, we have been able to fund a Peace Corps Partnership this summer!
By providing the local community library with a set of one hundred age-appropriate picture books (primarily in French but also in local languages) and basic preschool materials, this project aims to provide young children with improved learning opportunities to develop their reading and critical thinking skills before entering the formal school system.