TIME'S UP! ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY
Friday, October 28, 8:30 p.m.
TIME'S UP! Space, 49 E. Houston (between Mott & Mulberry)
New York City

Put on your scariest costume and join us for the Annual Halloween
Fundraising After-Party (sliding scale $5 to 5 million) following the
Halloween Critical Mass!

Rude Mechanical Orchestra - DJ Suggested D - Prizes for Best Costume
- Free Valet Bike Parking - Scary Surprises - Silent Auction

Come celebrate Halloween with TIME'S UP! Environmental Group
commemorating 19 years of serving you and the community. This has
been a stellar year for TIME'S UP! In addition to our popular
outdoor events and campaigns, this year we also began to expand by
offering you indoor events, like bike repair workshops three (3)
times a week.

Because of TIME'S UP!'s temporary storefront location, we've been
able to grow to over 100 volunteers and we're offering more indoor
educational workshops: everything from silk screening and sewing, to
welding and bicycle repair. All workshops are open to the public.
And thanks to our many dedicated volunteers, we have been able to
offer these events and workshops for free.

As you know, TIME'S UP! is a non-profit organization that runs on
your donations. We need you to help us preserve our current
activities and to expand our programs and events. We are also
looking for a new space, which is a major project in itself. If you
have any leads on spaces or interest in helping find space and raise
money for the move, your input would be greatly valued.

If you cannot make it to our fundraising party, please visit our
website to make a tax-deductible donation at
http://www.times-up.org.

IN ADDITION…

October 2005 has been among the wettest months on record in New
York. In 2005, we have also seen more prevalent and intense
tropical storms than ever before in history. Not only has this been
the first hurricane season to see three Category 5 storms, but these
three (Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma) are among the six most
intense tropical cyclones ever to form in the Atlantic basin.

From floods to drought, the result of years of careless pollution is
now being seen and felt around the world. Global warming, extreme
weather, and intense climate change are undeniable -- and are now
part of our present and our future.

Instead of resisting this impending truth, we need to work together
for the future of our community and planet. The time is right for
change.

Renewable and sustainable energy resources are widely available, and
it is time to access and promote these new innovative and important
sources.

Act local, think global... help fund your friendly neighborhood
activist group.
http://www.times-up.org.