Jeannette Rankin Peace Center has been an important part of Missoula since 1986, working to teach and model non-violence, social justice and environmental sustainability. With around 75 events per year, we give the community a chance to learn about and practice nonviolence, gain exposure to other cultures and perspectives, raise their voices to stand for issues that are important to our world and celebrate the accomplishments and peacemakers among us. We are committed to dialogue that is reflective, inclusive and informed, and have a regular presence in area schools to insure that future generations are among those included in the conversation. Our Center is open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm and Sundays from 12 to 4 pm. At the Center, you will find a fair trade store with unique gifts from around the world, a library with over 3000 resources on peace and justice, including curriculum guides, directions to our 4.4 acre park on Missoula’s north hills, and a thriving resource center providing education, community action and networking.