Upcoming Events for October 2009 Print
Written by Michael Marino   
Friday, 02 October 2009 00:00

A packed itinerary is scheduled for the months ahead. Richard Gage, AIA, retraces some of Paul Revere's steps in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where on Oct 9th he will sound the alarm now about all that we have learned concerning controlled demolitions and nanothermite at the World Trade Center. Jim Hoffman, creator of the encyclopedic 911research.comwtc7.net, and 911review.com websites, is expected to join Mr. Gage at this event, and two others this weekend. On the morning of the 10th a potluck brunch will provide an opportunity to develop strategies for finding and educating A/E's and others as well as form closer bonds with our colleagues in this beautiful coastal town. For information please email William here.

On the evening of Oct 10, Mr. Gage will speak at the First Churches of North Hampton, and again on the following morning there will be another potluck brunch / AE911Truth strategy meeting. Local event coordinators are inviting activists and architects & engineers in the area. For information please email David here.

Perhaps the highlight of this tour will come the next day, October 11, when Mr. Gage will have the rare honor of addressing an audience at the historic First Parish of Cambridge, where George Washington worshiped in 1775. The General Marquis de La Fayette was welcomed here in 1825, and Ralph Waldo Emerson gave his Phi Beta Kappa oration, The American Scholar, here in 1837. Mr. Gage's historic speech will be videotaped and webcast for the world to see and hear the truth about the day that changed our lives forever. President Washington would be celebrating another revolutionaary act of speaking the truth. For details, email Lenny here.

On October 27 Mr. Gage goes to Overland Park, Kansas, where he has been invited to speak by the administration at the Johnson County Community College to 270 students. Other colleges are sure to follow. For details, contact Will here.

Dedicated AE911Truth volunteers will be staffing our exhibitor's booth at the AIA's Architecture Exchange East conference in Richmond, Virginia, on November 5 and 6. This will be our third AIA conference; at previous ones, more than 100 people signed our petition. Jon Cole, civil engineer from Tampa, Florida, will be leading our local DC area volunteers on this notable educational effort which has been funded by the successful "Chip-in" opportunity on our front page. Thank you all who have supported this project. Contact Jon here if you can come out on 11/5 and 11/6 and help us educate the rest of the architects.