JULY 29 Peace Fleet Meets the Navy in Seattle’s Elliott Bay

JULY 29 Peace Fleet Meets the Navy in Seattle’s Elliott Bay

On July 29 at 1:00 PM during Seafair, the Navy will parade it’s warships through Seattle’s Elliott Bay.

Let’s meet them in boats and on the spectator Pier 62/63 to tell them what we think of their electronic testing over the Olympics and bombing in the Arctic not to mention the Trident ballistic missile submarines with nuclear weapons stationed and deployed from Hood Canal.

Join the Peace Fleet on Wednesday, July 29, the fourteenth year that peace activists will address the public display of warships and warplanes in our community.

When: Wednesday, July 29, noon, Peace Fleet in Elliott Bay. Demonstration on land at Piers 62/63 at 1 PM.

Where: Elliott Bay, near Pier 66. Demonstration on land at Piers 62/63.

Kayakers with boats and appropriate gear * will meet at 11:15 to launch by noon across from Pier 91 (directions to 16th Ave parking lot are: take Galer from Elliot Ave over the track and road headed west toward Pier 91/ Elliot Bay Trail. Turn right at sop sign and stay right under the overpass to find 16th Ave lot.)

* Appropriate gear for 3 hours in wind and currents in cold water: spray skirt, water, hat, snack, some experience paddling in current (low -1.5 at 10am and high 10.5ft a 2:54pm) .

Contacts: Glen Milner (206) 365-7865, Mary Gleysteen (360) 265-1589, or on the day of the event (206) 979-8319. You can also email questions to info@gzcenter.org.

Here’s more information, including a Fact Sheet: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzRG1crlv8YMcXVFSm1GVFZlZFNPV0laUUItcXpHZWt6VUw4/view