FREE for all ages! Jovial Concepts invites you to join us September 20th on the 16th Street Mall for the observance of the UN International Day of Peace. We are shutting down Glenarm St in the Denver Pavilions to bring you an action packed stage with great speakers and live music. We will have over 25 vendor and nonprofit booths filling the street and parts of the 16th St Mall. We will have a special craft beer in our garden hosted by the 5280 Burger Bar! Come on down and check out some great art, music, food, fun and find out how you can make Peace on Sept. 20th!
This is a day of non-violence and international cease fire recognized by the U.N. and allows much needed humanitarian aid into areas that are normally unreachable due to conflict. Though celebrated in many countries and other states, this will be one of the largest celebrations and awareness raising events for Peace Day on Sept. 20th in Denver!
Mayor Michael B. Hancock
Michael B. Hancock became Denver, Colorado’s 45th mayor in July 2011 and
immediately began to transform Denver into a more globally competitive
The Mayor believes there is nothing more important than helping every
young person in every neighborhood compete and succeed in the 21st
Century economy. He is aligning all City departments with nonprofits,
businesses and educational organizations to better prepare all children for
every stage of life through new initiatives such as the Denver Children’s
Cabinet and Denver Education Compact.
Ved P. Nanda
Professor Nanda has taught at the University of Denver since 1965. He is
significantly involved in the global international law community and
currently a member of the advisory council of the United States Institute of
Human Rights. He was formerly the United States Delegate to the World
Federation of the United Nations Associations, Geneva, and Vice-Chair of its
Executive Council, and also served on the Board of Directors of the United
Nations Association-USA. He also serves as an elected member of the
American Law Institute and as a council member for the American Bar
Association Section of International Law.
In February 2004, Professor Nanda was awarded the “Gandhi, King, Ikeda
Award for Community Peace Building” from Soka Gakkai International and
Morehouse College. He was also the recipient of the United Nations
Association Human Rights Award in 1997.
Coming from a background of brutal sexual abuse, which led to rebellious adolescent gang affiliation, single motherhood, and state welfare, Donna knew first-hand how self-defeating life can be. . . . She is an insightful teacher, shamanic healer, ceremonial leader and Master Success Coach, assisting others since 1987. Donna was voted Colorado’s “Spiritual Health Guru” by 5280 Magazine for her innovative approach to personal healing and collective transformation.
She is the award-winning, internationally-published author of Turtle Wisdom: Coming Home to Yourself, Ophelia’s Oracle (for girls), the Turtle Wisdom Personal Illumination Cards, and the newly released 8 Keys to Wholeness: Tools for Hope-Filled Healing.
The UNA Denver chapter is working in partnership with chapters in Boulder, Kansas City & San Francisco to
re-establish local Council of Organizations (COO's) - a network that has supported more than 90 nongovernmental
organizations nationally with interests in education, social justice, peace and security, labor, sustainable
development, human rights, health and women's issues, share the common goals of promoting greater public
awareness about global issues and the UN's importance in world affairs and strengthening the U.S.-UN
The Peace Alliance
The Peace Alliance is an alliance of organizers and advocates throughout the
United States taking the work of peacebuilding from the margins of society
into the centers of national discourse and policy priorities. Our network
includes volunteer grassroots teams in cities, towns, colleges and high school
campuses across the nation.
Colorado Peace Resources
Colorado Peace Resources is an associate of The Prem Rawat Foundation
(TPRF), which “addresses the fundamental human needs of food, water, and
peace, so that people can live with dignity, peace, and prosperity.”
Musical Performances By
Big little Band
Elephant Revivals’ Bonnie Paine, Dango Rose, and Daniel Rodriguez
with Taarka as the Big Little Band. Their styles of music are often
referred to as “transcendental folk,” which incorporates elements of
Scottish/Celtic fiddle tunes, original folk pieces, traditional ballads,
bluegrass, psychedelic country, indie rock, reggae, 40s/50s jazz
standards and an occasional hip-hop beat.
Cottonwood Snow ft The Paine Sisters
This fantastic female folk band features the talented Paine sisters with Bonnie Paine of Elephant Revival. The music that these sisters create has delightful instrumentals and soulful vocals that make you stop and enjoy their performance.
If you would like to volunteer, reserve a booth, or sponsor our Peace Day event
call us at 303-578-2569 or email: email@example.com
Happy Peace Day!!
PEACE DAY 2013
Jovial Peace Booth - What Will YOU Do For Peace?
Peace Day Stage Performances
Big Screen on Champa
Peace Day Participants
Peace Day 2013
PEACE DAY 2010
A Peace Tour on Tennyson St.
The community of Tennyson St. came together to give our audience a fun filled day of live music, art, events, speakers, a fashion show, silent auction, refreshments, discounted food, and much more all in the name of raising awareness for peace!
We toured the participating and sponsored businesses along Tennyson St. throughout the day and ended the night at the Oriental Theater where we held our main event with keynote speakers and live music performances!
The start of our Peace Tour!
Stop for some Live Music!
Live Painting and Art Gallery
Our Peace Painting canvass painted by kids and others for Peace!
Another sponsored business!
Jonny 5 of the Flobots performing!
Ved Nanda from the DU Center for International Law
Nuba Water Project Speaker
Jonny 5 presenting an award to winner of our event "The One With the Most Peace"!
Kristina Presenting on Stage
Will and a volunteer getting ready for the final event!
Saturday, September 20th, 2014
12pm till 8pm
Event will be held on the 16th St. Mall, at the Pavilions, Downtown Denver.
$5 Downton Parking!
Enter code #1188 outside the Denver Pavilions parking on 15th Street.