BROUGHT TO YOU BY GRASS ROOTS ORGANIZATION OF WAUNAKEE AND MIDDLETON ACTION COMMITTEE
U.S. Congressman Mark Pocan will speak at Common Ground 2644 Branch St., Middleton, Corner of Branch at Century Ave.
Sunday, September 23,
Dinner Starting at 5 pm, Cash Bar, Mark will speak at 6 pm
$5.00 at the door covers room charge and Potluck Dinner on us.
GROW and MAT are hosting Mark Pocan on Sunday evening, September 23, to speak about what Congress is doing to promote secure US elections and other issues of interest related to the upcoming midterm elections. Rep. Pocan’s presentation will include opportunity for questions.
Election security has caught the attention of Congress, and Mark Pocan’s Secure America’s Future Elections Act is one of the best measures that’s been introduced. With 25 cosponsors as of late August, the bill would require paper ballots and routine hand-counted audits in all 50 states, in addition to addressing several other aspects of election security.
Climate Change in Wisconsin and its Implications
w/ Prof. Michael Notaro, UW-M Institute for Climatic Research
Thursday, November 16 at 7 pm Waunakee Library
Free and open to the public
Dr. Michael Notaro, the Associate Director and Senior Scientist of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research, will be presenting the topic of “Observed and Projected Climate Change in Wisconsin and its Implications.” Dr. Notaro received a PhD in Atmospheric Sciences at the State University of New York at Albany in 2002. His expertise include climate change and its ecological impacts, global and regional climate modeling, and lake-effect snow.
Hosted by Waunakee Public Library, 710 South Water Street, Waunakee, WI 53697
To register, visit http://www.waunakeepubliclibrary.org/observed-and-projected-climate-change
Refreshments will be provided by GROW
Paul Cienfuegos, a Portland, OR, based workshop leader, lecturer, and writer will be giving an introduction to the activist strategy of community rights on Monday, Feb. 27 at the Jefferson Square Clubhouse, 717 DeForest St, DeForest, WI 53532.
Community Rights is a national movement of local level cultural and legal strategy for communities, both conservative and progressive. Its purpose is to rein in corporate power and return political power to the people and their communities.
The program will begin at 6 PM and will be preceded by a potluck supper at 5:30. If you come to the potluck, please bring a dish to pass. Utensils and beverages will be provided.
The DeForest Grassroots group will be accepting donations to defer their cost of bringing Paul to our area.
GROW’s monthy movie night is Sunday, June 26. This month’s movie is The Best Government Money Can Buy? by veteran documentary film-maker, British-born Francis Megahy. He travels to Capitol Hill in Washington, making a journey of discovery as he tries to answer some questions which puzzle him: who provides the money? What effect does it have? How is it connected to the financing of political campaigns? And most crucial, is it in the public interest?
THE BEST GOVERNMENT MONEY CAN BUY? explores the issue through interviews with real Washington beltway insiders, key participants in the process – who often speak with surprising candor.
Sunday night, June 28, 201 North Klein St., Waunakee, in the EMS Community Room.
Join us for our annual May Day labor celebration. Spring Greeney (UW History) will speak on “From the Playboy Mansion to the College Football Fields: Lessons from the Unexpected Sites of Organizing in American Labor History”
PLUS – The Solidarity Singers!
Lucky’s Bar & Grille
1008 Quinn Dr, Waunakee
Food and drink from the menu
Sponsored in coordination with the Kiefer Law Office.