Calendar of Events
Social and Political Activism - Week of November 11, 2019
League of Women Voters 2.0: Introduction to League Basics for members and prospective members. Learn about how the League plans to be actively involved in the 2020 Census, how the League advocates for good government, how the local, state and national leagues work together, how the League got started 100 years ago, and so much more. Barb Brown will be there to greet you. Come get acquainted.
Ypsilanti District Library, 5577 Whittaker Road, Ypsilanti. Free. email@example.com lwvannarbor.org [map]
Washtenaw Bicycling & Walking Coalition's Annual Fall Gathering: Washtenaw Bicycling & Walking Coalition.more >
Washtenaw Bicycling & Walking Coalition's Annual Fall Gathering: Washtenaw Bicycling & Walking Coalition.< less
Every November the WBWC hosts our annual Fall Gathering to bring the biking & walking community together for a fun night of socializing & hearing from community leaders/experts.
We invite you to join us to meet like-minded bicyclists & pedestrians, hear the latest in biking & walking news from our two great speakers, & share your ideas about what would make Washtenaw County a better place to bike & walk.
This year's guest speakers:
Susan Pollay from the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority
Susan Faulkner & Jeff Hardcastle from the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative
This event is free & open to anyone. We'll provide the snacks, drinks are on you.
Everyone who becomes a member of the WBWC or renews membership during the Fall Gathering will be entered into a drawing to win prizes at the end of the night! Learn more at our facebook event: https:
Celtic Room | Conor O'Neill's, 318 S Main St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org wbwc.org [map]
Our mission is to support action to combat the climate crisis so we can transition to a clean energy economy and protect the welfare of the planet's citizens. Members can network with other climate activists, recruit additional volunteers, take local action, and become a force for climate solutions in their community. The Climate Reality Project and this local group will offer resources, materials, and training to help you become a better advocate and climate educator.
Ann Arbor District Library, Downtown, 3rd floor meeting space, 343 S 5th Avenue. Free. email@example.com [map]
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