Syracuse Peace Council

Published 12/02 2013 11:47AM

Updated 12/03 2013 01:32PM

The holiday season is a time for peace, and the Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) is promoting just that! The organization was founded in 1963 as an anti-war organization that builds itself on creating a peaceful community free of war. The organization is fully funded by its supporters who all have the same dream of a world at peace.

The organization is holding their 43rd annual craftsfair and peace festival this upcoming weekend to support the organization and their message.

The fair will feature more than 120 craftspeople and community groups. But it is more than just crafts! The event is also a festival which is complete with music, food and peaceful energy. It will be a great time for all!

Event Details:

Syracuse Peace Council presents the "Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival

Saturday from 10-5 and Sunday from 11-5pm

Where:  At Nottingham High School (3100 E. Genesee St., Syracuse)

Cost: $2-5 on a sliding scale; under 16 and over 65 free.

More Info: To see the full list of vendors and more, visit

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