PhillyNow Calendar: civic events, Nov. 18-22

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Monday, Nov. 18

Protest Imperialism and CIA recruitment. Via Temple Socialist Alternative: “The Central Intelligence Agency has a long and bloody history of overthrowing democratically elected leaders and supporting genocide, dictatorship, and many other human rights violations. On Monday November 18th the CIA will be recruiting students to the imperialist war machine on Temple’s campus. Let’s speak out against the CIA’s horrific meddling in the affairs of sovereign nations for the benefit of corporations and US hegemony.”
4pm. Temple University, Tuttleman Learning Center

East Kensington Neighborhood Association monthly meeting.
6:30pm. Philadelphia Brewing Company, Martha and Hagert Streets.

Mayfair Civic Association meeting.
7pm. John Perzel Community Center, 2990 St. Vincent St.

Take Back Your Neighborhood.
7pm. Myers Rec Center, 1601 Hellerman St.

Queen Village Neighbors Association Zoning Committee meeting.
7:30pm. Settlement Music School, 416 Queen St.

Tuesday, Nov. 19

Tom Corbett “Turkey of the Year” protest. Via Fight for Philly: “Congratulations Governor! You have won this year’s Turkey Of The Year Award for refusing to expand Medicaid, leaving behind 600,000 Pennsylvanians who would benefit!   Join Us as we present his award!”
12:30pm. Governor’s Mansion, 2nd and Maclay Sts., Harrisburg.

Kensington Epic Stakeholder Meeting.
4pm. John B. Stetson Middle School, 3200 B St.

Code for Philly Workshop.
5pm. Devnuts, 908 N. 3rd St.

Neighborhood Mentor Workshop. “Community College of Philadelphia is recruiting volunteers to join its ground-breaking Pathfinders initiative, which will set up a grassroots network to support Philadelphians seeking new careers, degrees, or transitional career paths. Pathfinders are community mentors who will attend special workshops with college experts and receive tips on getting the maximum financial aid and other topics. They will help develop community mentoring programs and outreach strategies for their neighborhoods.”
5:30pm. Welcome Center of the Pavilion Biolding, 17th Street between Spring Garden and Callowhill

7th District Town Hall Meeting.
6pm. CORA, 8540 Verree Rd.

1st Police District PSA 1 Meeting.
6pm. Church of Philadelphia, 17th and Snyder.

24th Police Department Townhall meeting.
6pm. 24th District Police HQ, 3901 Whitaker Ave.

Fishtown Neighborhood Association Community Meeting.
6:30pm. Fishtown Rec. Center, 1202 E. Montgomery Ave.

Lawncrest Civic Association Meeting.
7pm. St. Williams Church, Deveraux and Rising Sun Ave.

Northwood Civic Association Meeting.
7pm. James Lutheran Church, Castor Ave. and Pratt St.

Lawncrest Community Association.
7pm. Community Room at Saint Williams, Argyle and Robins 19111

East Passyunk Civic Association Education Committee Meeting.
7pm. Columbus Square, 1200 Wharton St.

Olde Richmond Civic Association meeting.
7pm. Cione Rec Center, Aramingo and Lehigh

South of South Neighbors Association Clean and Green Meeting.
7pm. SOSNA Office, 1901 Christian St.

Summerdale Civic Association meeting.
7pm. Houseman Rec Center, 5091 Summerdale Ave.

Wednesday, Nov. 20

Neighborhood Liaison Training.
6:30pm. Municipal Services Building, 16th Floor.

Lower Moyamensing Zoning and Planning Monthly Meeting.
6:30pm. Fumo Library, Broad and Porter

Holme Circle Civic Association Meeting.
7pm. St. Jerome School Hall, Colfax and Stamford St.

Queen Village Neighbors Association Sustainability Committee Meeting.
7:30pm. Weccacoe Playground Building, 400 Catherine St.

Thursday, Nov. 21

Northwest Epic Stakeholders.
1pm. 2111-31 Eastburn Ave.

Hunting Park Epic Stakeholders.
4pm. Antonia Pantoja Community Charter School, 4101 Rising Sun Ave.

17th Police District PSA 3 Meeting.
6pm. 1327 S. 19th St.

Fishtown Neighbors Association General Membership Social.
6:30pm. Fishtown Rec Center, 1202 E. Montgomery Ave.

Upper Holmesburg Civic Association meeting.
7pm. Marion Hall, 8532 Frankford Ave.

Queen Village Neighbors Association General Meeting. Elections for officers and Board members for 2014-2015.
7:30pm. St. Phillip Neri Church, 218 Queen St.

Friday, Nov. 22

Protest Against Erik Prince, founder of Blackwater. “Erik Prince, founder of the mercenary organization Blackwater, will be visiting the Free Library of Philadelphia this Friday, November 22nd, where he will be promoting his new book, Civilian Warriors: The Inside Story of Blackwater and the Unsung Heroes of the War on Terror, as part of the Library’s “Leading Voices” series – a speaker series which claims to feature “the brightest minds in business.”
7:30am. Free Library of Philadelphia, 1901 Vine St.

Get Questions on Affordable Care Act answered.
10am. Howard Grittis Center at Temple University, Room 217. 1755 North 14th St.

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