January 11, 2019/Dispatch

E. Warren in NH, Many New Events – 1/11/19

Greetings from Kate and Matt

Dear Democrats, 

Elections have consequences. Look at the shutdown and the impact that it is having on families across the country. I’ll repeat myself. Elections have consequences. 

We, as activists, have an impact on elections. As we move into presidential politics I am reminded of how privileged we are here in Massachusetts to have a front row seat to the NH primary. We can take part as volunteers. We can see and meet candidates first hand. Senator Warren is having a NH event on Saturday. If you have never been to a presidential candidate event in NH this is a great opportunity. 

This presidential election cycle is starting early. I don’t think I exaggerate when I say that the future of the free world is at stake. And we here in Mass can get involved, both here and in NH, and across the country. 

Democratically yours, 

Kate Donaghue 

PS Please be sure that you use the DDemDispatch-owner e-mail address when sending in events. And please keep in mind that Matt and I work hard to try to get the most up to date information, but sometimes things change or there is a miscommunication. Check with the organizer or the website if you see something that looks wrong. 

Ideas for Committees – Book Club for Democrats
Start a Democratic Book Club. This is something that you can be done monthly, separate from regular meetings. If your local group has business meetings quarterly, maybe the book club could meeting quarterly in a different month. A book club can include several municipalities. An informal social gathering facilitates relationships. The reading can be political in nature, either fiction or non-fiction. You can do something on a regular basis or ad hoc. Book Club is a fun way to engage people and reach out beyond your membership. 

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You Have to Laugh Occasionally – Edited by Matt Shear

Tea Pain – Trump will drop the wall issue as soon as he learns it will stop the flow of Adderall into the U.S. 
Stephen Colbert – This was Trump’s first address from the Oval Office. […] Regularly scheduled programming gets interrupted by irregularly spoken exaggerating. 

Event details:

01/11/2019 Young Dems of MA Happy Hour

Friday, January 11, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

Haley House Bakery Cafe, 12 Dade St., Roxbury, MA 02119

Join the Young Democrats of Massachusetts’ Black, Latino, and Asian-American Pacific Islander Caucuses to ring in the new year with our first happy hour event. Meet at the Haley House first for their House Slam event (doors open at 6:30) – for more see https://www.facebook.com/events/2019581934777488/ – then head over to Toro Tapas Bar at 1704 Washington St. in the South End for drinks and chit chat. https://www.facebook.com/events/2161216310861488/ 

01/12/2019 Greater Lowell Area Democrats Meeting

Saturday, January 12, 8 AM

Radisson Conference Center, 10 Independence Drive, Chelmsford

$7 requested donation per attendee to cover room and breakfast. 
Contact Christopher Jenkins at jenkins@gwmail.gwu.edu for more information. 

01/12/2019 Marlborough Democratic City Committee Meeting

Saturday, January 12, 9 AM

New Horizons 400 Hemenway Street Wayside Conference Room Marlborough, MA

01/12/2019 Concord Democratic Town Committee Meeting

Saturday, January 12, 10 AM

Fowler Library, 1322 Main St., Concord, MA 01742

All are welcome to the Concord Democratic Town Committee’s first meeting of 2019. Topic: Paying for Pollution: Why a Carbon Tax is Good For America. Tufts University Economics Professor Gilbert (Gib) Metcalf will discuss his new book, which examines the very real economic and social costs of climate change and the challenges of concerted action to reduce future losses due to damages of higher temperatures and more extreme weather. He makes the case in the book for a national carbon tax, addresses common objections, and describes how it could be designed in ways to ensure we meet long-term emission reduction goals. Link: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/paying-for-pollution-9780190694197 

*01/12/2019 Manchester Organizing Event with Elizabeth Warren*

Saturday, January 12, 12:45

Manchester Community College 1066 Front St, Manchester, 

12:45 pm Doors open. 
01:45 pm Program. 

Elizabeth Warren will be hosting an organizing event – one of our first events in Manchester for her 2020 exploratory committee – this Saturday. Doors open at 12:45 PM and the event will begin at 1:45 PM. Admission is first come, first served and signing up does not guarantee entry. 
This event is free and open to the public, but please RSVP here: https://my.elizabethwarren.com/page/s/join-elizabeth-in-manchester-?source=20190109email1 

*01/13/2019 Framingham Democratic Committee Business Meeting*

Sunday, January 13, 7 – 8:30 PM

Framingham Green Community Room, 136 Maynard Road, Framingham, MA 01701
All those attending are asked to park their cars at the lot at 1071 Worcester Rd., which is on the corner of Maynard Rd and Rte. 9. 

Meeting begins at 7:00pm, preceded by a social hour at 6pm. 

Agenda is at http://framinghamdems.org/event/fdc-business-meeting-3/ and will include an election of 35 delegates to participate in the February 9th Caucus to elect a male representative to the Massachusetts State Democratic Committee and a discussion of “Combating Opioid Use in our Community” with three guest speakers. The FDC normally meets on the third Sunday evening of the month. More information on the Committee is available on the website at http://www.framinghamdems.org/ or from Chairwoman Beverly Hugo at Beverly.Hugo1@gmail.com 

01/14/2019 Wayland Democratic Town Committee Meeting

Monday, January 14, 6:30 – 9 PM

110 Grill, 171 Commonwealth Road (at Rt. 30 & 27), Wayland MA 01778

Gather at 6:30 PM for socializing, meeting convenes at 7:00 after food orders are placed. Guest speakers to be announced. RSVP to WDTC Chair Matt Shear at shalias2@mac.com

01/14/2019 Franklin Democratic Committee Meeting

Monday, January 14, 7 – 9 PM

23 Hutchinson St, Franklin, MA 02038

The Franklin Democratic Town Committee meets on the second Monday of every month. More information at https://www.facebook.com/franklindemocrats/ or http://www.franklindemocrats.com 

*01/14/2019 Central Mass Young Democrats January Meet-up*

Monday, January 14

Sahara Restaurant & Bar, 143 Highland St., Worcester, MA 01609

For more info see https://www.facebook.com/CentralMassYoungDemocrats/ 

01/15/2019 Pepperell DTC Meeting

Tuesday, January 15, 6:45 PM

Charles Lawrence Library

Contact: tjdem@charter.net . 

01/15/2019 Upton Dems Meeting

Tuesday, January 15, 7 PM

United Parish 1 Church St Upton

For information contact: uptondems@gmail.com 

01/15/2019 Westborough Dems Meeting

Tuesday, January 15, 7 PM

Tatnuck Booksellers, 18 Lyman St. Westborough

Monthly meeting of Westborough Democratic Town Committee. Regular meeting date is the third Tuesday of every month. Contact katedonaghue@aol.com . 

*01/15/2019 Stow Dems Meeting*

Tuesday, January 15, 7 PM

Randall Library, Stow MA

Contact drjpcohen@aol.com for more information. 

*01/16/2019 Massachusetts Teachers Association Legislative & Community Forum*

Wednesday, January 16, 6 – 8 PM

A&D Pizza, 60 Elm Street, Millbury, MA 01527

Featuring State Senator Mike Moore (2nd Worcester). Anyone interested is invited to attend. Come and learn about the MTA’s legislative priorities, take part in a discussion with Sen. Moore, and hear about MTA’s “Fund our Future” campaign. A light dinner will be served. Please RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/348819455702993/ by January 11th. 

*01/16/2019 Voter Choice Massachusetts MetroWest Chapter Meeting*

Wednesday, January 16, 7 – 8:30 PM

Framingham Public Library, 49 Lexington Street

If you have any questions, contact Metro West Chapter Lead Deb Otis at deb.otis@voterchoicema.org or visit https://www.voterchoicema.org/ 

*01/16/2019 Lynnfield Democratic Town Committee Meeting *

Wednesday, January 16, 7 PM

Al Merritt Meeting Room at 600 Market Street in Lynnfield

Guest speaker: Vincent Inglese, from the Friends of the Lynnfield Rail Trail. Mr. Inglese will discuss the current status of the Rail Trail, and what are the next steps to be taken. Please see www.lynnfieldrailtrail.org for more information. Those interested are invited to attend. The usual business meeting will follow the speaker portion of the evening. 

For more information on the Lynnfield Democratic Town Committee, email us at lynnfield.democrats@gmail.com, check out our website lynnfielddems.com, or call our chairman, Mark McDonough at: 857-919-3764. 

*01/16/2019 Sturbridge DTC Meeting*

Wednesday, January 16, 7 PM

Sturbridge Town Hall, 308 Main Street

The first meeting of the Sturbridge Democratic Town Committee in the new calendar year! All fellow Democrats and interested Town residents are welcome to attend. 
Contact: David Mitchell waterfront2828@gmail.com 

*01/16/2019 Longmeadow Dems Meeting*

Wednesday, January 16, 7:30 PM

Greenwood Center, 231 Maple Road, Longmeadow

Our January Meeting will feature a discussion about the Mueller Investigation featuring John Baick, Professor of History at Western New England University. This discussion will focus on the historical nature of the Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation–walking us through what all of the guilty pleas and indictments mean, and what this investigation means for the future. 

*01/17/2019 Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts Sexual Health Lobby Day*

Thursday, January 17, 10 AM – 2 PM

Massachusetts State House, 24 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108

The day will begin with a tabling fair and short speaking program to get you fired up, followed by a training to prepare you to hold effective conversations with your lawmakers. Then you’ll meet with your state representative and senator to advocate for a new bill to boldly and proactively expand access to safe, legal abortion; legislation that expands access to comprehensive sex education; and funding for Massachusetts family planning, teen pregnancy prevention, and HIV/AIDS prevention programs. RSVP at https://bit.ly/lobbyday2019 

*01/17/2019 Virtual Town Hall with Senator Jason Lewis*

Thursday, January 17, 6 – 7:30 PM

Facebook livestream

A town hall-style Q&A from the comfort of your own home! Log into Facebook and join the livestream to ask questions and hear about the results of Senator Lewis’s recent constituent survey. Tune in on Facebook Live to ask Senator Lewis questions about the State House, his legislative priorities, and more. If you have questions, contact Thomas Dalton, Communications Director, at Thomas.Dalton@MAsenate.gov or call Senator Lewis’s office at (617) 722-1206. 

01/17/2019 Shrewsbury Democrats Post-Holiday Party

Thursday, January 17, 6:30 – 8 PM

Address provided upon RSVP to ShrewsburyDTC@gmail.com

Join your fellow Shrewsbury Democrats at the Shrewsbury Democratic Town Committee’s Annual Post-Holiday Party. Come and enjoy one another’s company, celebrate a House of Representatives in Democratic hands, and meet some new Democrats. Democratic Town Committee members are asked to bring an appetizer, dessert, or beverage (let us know what you’ll be bringing with your RSVP). New participants are welcome. 

*01/17/2019 Hopkinton Dems Meeting*

Thursday, January 17, 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Hopkinton Senior Center

The Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee will elect delegates to the district caucus at the January business meeting. Any registered Democrat in Hopkinton is eligible to run to be a delegate, but you MUST be available to attend the district caucus on February 9 at the Ashland Community Center. The district will be voting to elect a new male member to the State Democratic Committee, the 3 candidates running are State Rep. Jack Lewis (Framingham), Frank D’Urso (Hopkinton) & Robert Floyd (Holliston). For more information contact Darlene Hayes, HDTC Chair at Darlenehayes@yahoo.com 508-904-7417. 

*01/17/2019 Carlisle Dems Meeting*

Thursday, January 17, 7 PM

Gleason Library, 22 Bedford Street, Carlisle

Topic: Unfolding plans for 2019. 
Co-chairs: Nancy Kronenberg, nancyCDTC@rosepath.com AND Bob Wallhagen, Rwallhagen@aol.com 

01/19/2019 Social Action Conference – The Wage Gap

Saturday, January 19, 9 AM – 1 PM

All Souls Church, Braintree

Social Action Conference: THE WAGE GAP: How we can help the working poor. 

We will discuss the Inequality Gap as it applies to wages of workers who can’t make it with one 40-hour job: what is the Gap, effects of the Gap, which classes of workers are affected (a lot of us!), and what individuals and local groups can do to reduce the Gap. Continental breakfast and snacks provided. Questions: Call 781-843-1388 or email office@allsoulsbraintree.org 

01/19/2019 2019 Boston Women’s March: Until All Voices Are Heard

Saturday, January 19, 10 AM – 2 PM

Boston Common, Charles St. Boston MA 02108

This event is sponsored by a coalition of intersection feminist organizations as part of a worldwide day of action. 2019 Boston Women’s March Honorary Chair: Ayanna Pressley. See https://www.marchforwardmassaction.org 

01/19/2019 South Coast Women’s March and Weekend of Women

Saturday, January 19, Noon – 2 PM

Custom House Square, 33 William Street, New Bedford, MA, 02740

The weekend of women kicks off with a women’s film festival, Luna Fest, at the Zeiteron Theatre on the evening of Friday, January 18. The march will be held in New Bedford on Saturday January 19. Forums will be held in the morning, and the march starts at noon. All are welcome. 

01/22/2019 Dartmouth DTC Meeting

Tuesday, January 22, 7 PM

Dartmouth Town Hall Room 304, 400 Slocum Road, Dartmouth. MA

Please email DartDTC@gmail.com with any questions. 
Future meeting: 2/26. 

*01/22/2019 Salem Democratic City Committee Meeting*

Tuesday, January 22, 7 – 8 PM

Community Room, 135 Lafayette St., Salem, MA 01970

Contact james willis salemdemscc@gmail.com for more information. 

*01/22/2019 Boston Ward 5 Dems Meeting*

Tuesday, January 22, 7 PM

First Church, 66 Marlborough St., Boston

*01/23/2019 Bay State Stonewall Democrats Annual General Membership Meeting*

Wednesday, January 23, 6:30 – 9 PM

Farnsworth House, 90 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA

In order to remain a voting member or BSSD office holder, please renew your membership online. To run for BSSD office, please submit a completed nomination form no later than Monday, January 21th at 5 PM. 

*01/23/2019 Maynard Dems Meeting*

Wednesday, January 23, 7 PM

Roosevelt Room, Maynard Public Library. 

Guests and Speakers: We will have two special guest speakers – David Gavin and Melissa Levine-Piro. Both are members of the Maynard Board of Selectmen. We’re looking forward to a lively and important discussion on municipal government, the various boards and committees that support town government as well as the annual town elections (in May). 

*01/23/2019 Opioid Epidemic Forum with Reps Brodeur and Garlick*

Wednesday, January 23, 7 – 8:15 PM

Tierney Hall, Milano Family Senior Center, 201 W. Foster St., Melrose, MA 02176

Please join Paul Brodeur, State Representative, for a 32nd Middlesex District Community Event 
With guest speakers: State Representative Denise Garlick, House Chair, Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use, and Recovery, and Eileen McAnney, President, Mass Taxpayers Foundation 
Representative Garlick will detail the provisions of An Act for Prevention and Access to Appropriate Care and Treatment of Addiction. Signed into law in 2018, this omnibus legislation has been lauded as a national model for other state legislatures. Ms. McAnney will share findings of a recent report published by the Mass Taxpayers Foundation which detailed the significant impact the epidemic has had on lost productivity and business’ trouble filling open positions. Rep. Brodeur will facilitate the discussion and attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and share comments. 

01/23/2019 Brookline Democratic Town Committee – Legislative Roundtable

Wednesday, January 23, 7:30 PM

Brookline Town Hall, 333 Washington Street First Floor

(Light Refreshments Served) 
There’s lots going on up at the State House right now, and two new members of the Brookline delegation. The BDTC hosts a provocative discussion with our state senator and representatives. Come prepared to ask your questions about public policy concerns. Guests: Senator Cynthia Stone Creem, State Representatives: Nika Elugardo, Tommy Vitolo, Michael Moran (invited), Ed Coppinger (invited), Hope to see you there! 

01/24/2019 Community Conversations with Allison Gustavson

Thursday, January 24, 5 – 6:30 PM

True North Ale Company, 116 County Rd., Ipswich, MA 01938

Let’s make time to gather, share our concerns and ideas, and build upon the momentum we’ve generated – come and go as your schedule allows. https://www.facebook.com/events/291095081545000/ 

01/26/2019 ORMA (Our Revolution Massachusetts) General Assembly

Saturday, January 26, 8 AM – 5 PM

MIT Stata Center (Building 32), 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA 02139

Join ORMA for its second statewide General Assembly, to plan our strategy and priorities for the next six months, build relationships with ORMA members and allies, and talk about key issues facing progressive politics in Massachusetts. For more info email info@ourrevolutionma.com

01/26/2019 Plymouth County Democratic League Chair’s Breakfast

Saturday, January 26, 9 AM – Noon 

Middlebrow Elks, 24 High St., Middleboro, MA 02346

All are welcome to join PCDL for the presentation of the 2018 Thanks Labor Award, and to hear from guest speakers, strategize for 2020 & 2022, and discuss the road ahead. Full Buffet Breakfast Served. $25 per person. Limited tickets at the door. RSVP and purchase tickets at https://www.plymouthcountydems.org/2019chairs 

*01/26/2019 Tewksbury Democratic Town Committee*

Saturday, January 26, 10 AM

Tewksbury Town Hall,1009 Main St

Quarterly Meeting. 

Contact Cathy Dwyer, Chair cathymdwyer@gmail.com 

01/27/2019 Groton Dems Meeting

Sunday, January 27, 4 PM

Legion Hall, 75 Hollis Street, Groton

All Democrats and friends are welcome at our meetings. For more information contact: GrotonDTC@gmail.com 

01/29/2019 Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus Annual Meeting & Reception

Tuesday, January 29, 5:30 – 7 PM

Suffolk University School of Law, 5th Floor, 120 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108

Attendees can meet MWPC Board members to learn more about the many benefits to joining our organization, which include up close and personal access to thought leaders shaping business and policy-making in Massachusetts. For more info see https://www.mwpc.org/upcoming-events-1 

01/30/2019 National Association of Social Workers MLK, Jr. Forum on Racial Justice

Wednesday, January 30, 5:30 – 8 PM

Boston University, George Sherman Union East Balcony Room, 775 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215

Join us for the Annual MLK, Jr. Forum on Racial Justice. This year’s event, “Dismantling Racism: Where Do We Go From Here?” aims to answer one of MLK, Jr.’s final questions. CEUs and a light dinner will be provided. This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited and you must register to attend. More details and registration is at https://www.naswma.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1184809 

*01/30/2019 Young Professional Cocktails with Congressman Seth Moulton*

Wednesday, January 30, 6 – 8 PM
The Point, 147 Hanover Street, Boston

Please join Michael Petit, Emily Cherniack, Jamie Engel, Sam Raymond, Nick Simmons, Dennis Magnasco, Liisa Nogelo-Kerr, and John Ellersick for a Young Professionals Cocktail Reception with Congressman Seth Moulton. 
Donations: $50, $100, $250, $500. 

RSVP: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/cocktailswithseth 
Questions: Contact Caitlin Quinn at quinn@sethmoulton.com

01/30/2019 Inside A Detention Center – Immigration Stories and Q&A

Wednesday, January 30, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Sons Of Italy 120 Quarry St, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169

Hosted by South Shore Young Democrats and OR Weymouth. 

In 2018, two members of South Shore Young Democrats spent a week in Dilley, TX at an immigration detention center helping families seeking asylum in the US. 
First portion of the event will include our two members sharing their first-hand experience of what goes on in these institutions. 
The second portion of the event will be a Q&A with an expert panel, including: 
(1) a community activist organization – Liza Ryan from MIRA: Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Coalition 
(2) a legal expert – Liz Goss of Goss & Associates, Immigration law firm 
(3) a legislative expert – State Senator Jamie Eldridge 


*01/30/2019 Worcester Norfolk District.Democratic Meeting*

Wednesday, January 30, 7 PM
Uxbridge VFW, 13 Cross Road, Uxbridge

7:00 Meetings of individual towns 
7:30 Group agenda with discussion 
Congressman Jim McGovern will be joining us. 

*01/30/2019 Ashland Dems Meeting and Election of Delegates to District Conference*

Wednesday, January 30, 7 – 9 PM
WACA TV Studio, 200 Butterfield Drive, Ashland

At this meeting we will elect delegates to attend and vote at the District Conference, which will be held on February 9th, to elect a new member of the Massachusetts Democratic State Committee. Any registered Democrat may run to be a delegate to the District Conference, but ONLY town committee members or associate members can vote for delegates. We encourage all who are eligible to participate in the caucus. Following the caucus, we’ll hold our regular monthly meeting. More information here: http://www.adtcmass.org/upcoming-events/januarymeeting 

*01/30/2019 Bedford Democratic Town Committee Meeting*

Wednesday, January 30, 7 PM
Town Hall, Bedford
Contact: bedfordmassdems@gmail.com 

*02/02/2019 Ipswich Democratic Town Committee Annual Awards Breakfast*

Saturday, February 2, 10 AM – Noon 
Ipswich VFW, 110 County Road, Ipswich, MA 01938

The 2018 Community Service Award will go to the Ipswich Museum. Guest speaker will be Bob Markel. Bob was the Ipswich town manager, but most don’t know that he is also a professor of Political Science and has been actively involved with the Democratic Party. He will give us his thoughts on issues facing Ipswich, Massachusetts and the Nation. Please contact Patience Wales for tickets and additional information. Her email address is patiencewales@comcast.net

*02/02/2019 Celebration of Newly-Elected Asian American Trailblazers*

Saturday, February 2, Noon – 2 PM
WeWork – Fort Point, 51 Melcher St., Boston, MA 02210

Please join the Asian American Women’s Political Initiative (AAWPI) for a luncheon panel featuring the following recently elected: 
~ Rep. Tram Nguyen, first Vietnamese American woman elected to MA state legislature. 
~ Mehreen N. Butt, Town Councilor, first Muslim American woman elected to MA city or town council. 
~ Rep/ Maria Robinson, first Korean American woman elected to MA state legislature. 
~ Panel moderated by: Jessica Tang, BTU President, first person of color & member of the LGBTQ community elected as president of BTU. 

NOTE: Attendance limited to 75 guests. To reserve your spot, please RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/y9lbvgnz and for more information and questions, please contact Gianina Chua at gianina@aawpi.org

*02/04/2019 DSC Meeting*

Monday, February 4, 6 PM
Worcester Technical High School, 1 Skyline Drive, Worcester

Location: Second Congressional District. 
Watch https://massdems.org/ for details.

*02/04/2019 MNW Alliance Monthly Meeting*

Monday, February 4, 7 PM

Restaurant 45, 45 Milford St., Medway MA

The Middlesex Norfolk and Worcester Alliance meets the first Monday of every month. 

*02/04/2019 Wilmington Democratic Town Committee Meeting*

Monday, February 4, 7 PM
Wilmington Community Television, 10 Waltham Street, Wilmington

Monthly meeting featuring a presentation and mock election from Voter Choice MA (https://www.voterchoicema.org). 

This meeting will be informative and interactive; as always new members & guests are always welcome! 

02/11/2019 Lowell Democratic City Committee Meeting

Monday, February 11, 7 PM
East End Club, 15 West Fourth Street, Lowell

Contact Judith Durant at judithdurant1@comcast.net for more information. 

*02/12/2019 Beverly Democratic City Committee Meeting *

Tuesday, February 12, 7 PM
Beverly Public Library, Beverly Farms Branch, 24 Vine Street 

For more information contact Chairman Jim Thompson at tactech@comcast.net or 978-618-5188. 

02/15/2019 Speaker Robert DeLeo at Salem State University

Friday, February 15, 8 – 9 AM
Enterprise Center at Salem State University, 121 Loring Ave., Salem, MA 01970

Speaker Robert DeLeo of the Massachusetts House of Representatives will provide an update of the legislative progress and priorities. This event is free but please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/north-shore-alliance-policymaker-series-tickets-53311332631 

02/16/2019 Greater Lowell Area Democrats Meeting

Saturday, February 16, 8 AM
Radisson Conference Center, 10 Independence Drive, Chelmsford

$7 requested donation per attendee to cover room and breakfast. 
Contact Christopher Jenkins at jenkins@gwmail.gwu.edu for more information. 

*03/23/2019 Bay State Stonewall Democrats Stonewall 50th Anniversary Event*

Saturday, March 23, 3 – 5:30 PM
Location TBA

Save The Date: Join the Bay State Stonewall Democrats as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Your donation will be instrumental in supporting LGBTQ+ candidates and causes. 

*03/30/2019 Attleboro 22nd Annual Southeastern Massachusetts Democratic Spring Unity Brunch*

Saturday, March 30, 9 AM
Murray Unitarian Universalist Church, 505 N Main Street, Attleboro, MA 02703

This event is hosted annually by the Attleboro Democratic City Committee. This event is open to the public. Join together with city & town committee members for a morning of good food and conversation with like-minded folks. Confirmed to Date: Attleboro Mayor Paul Heroux, State Rep Jim Hawkins, Secretary of State Bill Galvin, State Auditor Suzanne Bump, State Senators Becca Rausch & Paul Feeney, Governor’s Councilor Bob Jubinville, and Former Treasurer Steve Grossman. $20 per person. Tickets will be available at the door or purchased in advance by mailing a check payable to: Attleboro Democratic City Committee, c/o Jackie Romaniecki, Treasurer, 120 Augsburg Dr., Attleboro, MA 02703. For further information contact Ellen Parker at 508-222-3062 or Elparker2@gmail.com