The second annual Peace Experience takes place Sunday at the Netel Grange, offering "a positive and creative effort toward fostering a peace culture," according to organizer Margi Shindler of the North Coast Peace Coalition.

From 2 to 10 p.m., a plethora of interactive art, music, dance and poetry will focus on the theme, "What Does Peace Look Like?" The event features a mediation demo, the "Speak Your Peace" forum, food and more, including entertainment by Bond Street Blues, Andrea Rowe, Jackson Andrews and Uhunaude.

Admission is $5 at the door and food is an additional $5, but Shindler said no one will be turned away for lack of funds. The Netel Grange is located 3.9 miles south of Miles Crossing on Lewis and Clark Road.


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