The Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair returns, this Saturday, September 11, 2021, to live celebration and connection for its 18th year. The fair showcases local nonprofit agencies and churches, volunteers and activists, performers and just-plain-folks focused on making Clark County – and the whole world – a better place to live.
Get to know big-hearted local community groups that are working on important causes from hunger and homelessness to BIPOC rights, animal welfare and so much more. If you’ve ever been interested in doing any sort of good in Clark County, this is the event for you.
Peace and Justice Hero Reenactors will be strolling the park, looking for conversation. Get a Passport to Peace at the Headquarters table and get it stamped by ten exhibitors to win a prize.
Entertainment highlights for the day include a virtuoso hammered dulcimer master Carl Thor; classical Indian dancing by Sitara Shankar; Tibetan song and drumming by Tamding Tsetan; Pacific Northwest bluegrass by Misty Mamas; traditional Chinese Music by Music Fusian NW; jazz by soulful solo singer Darcy Schmitt; and several small groups from the Vancouver Master Chorale.
Back in the park after last year’s virtual event, the Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair is a day like no other: A homegrown gathering of our community’s most forward-thinking citizens and peacemakers.