Sunday, September 17, 2017

What's coming up? (September 18-24)

It's important for us to connect as much as possible. If you can volunteer, please do. If you can help
spread the word about events, please do. If you can organize an event, please do. If your event is not listed here, please submit it using the form or by email.

6:00 p.m. Holy Trinity-Longfellow Neighborhood Association monthly meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church.

6:30 p.m. La Crosse County Democrats meet at the Ho-Chunk House (8th & Main) Speakers will be Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Tim Burns and Rebecca Dallet. Once again, if you are not a member of the party, now is the time to join. This is the party that will probably generate the candidates we will work and vote for. If you want a say in who those candidates are (or even if YOU will be one of them) and what their priorities will be, then you need to join and have a say. Because otherwise, you are leaving the most important decisions to others.

7:00 p.m. Eva Schloss, Holocaust Survivor and childhood friend of Anne Frank at Viterbo Fine Arts Center (there is a charge for this important event)

7:00 p.m. Hearts and Minds: The Interrogations Project at Winona State University

2:00 p.m.  New Role, New Me?: The Challenge of Identity Transititions, a TEDxUWLaCrosse event in room 150 Murphy Library, UWL.

6:00 p.m. Suicide Prevention Awareness Event at Riverside Park

6:00 p.m. Freedom of Speeech - Ideals & Realities - a community conversation at the Main Public Library

6:00 p.m. Community vs Corporate Rights - Intro Workshop in Sparta

6:30 p.m. Grandview-Emerson Neighborhood Association monthly meeting at Emerson Elementary School

7:30 p.m. And then they came for me ... Remembering the world of Anne Frank at the La Crosse Community Theater (Weber Center)

8:30 a.m. Suicide Prevention Summit all day at the Radisson

noon  Community Conversations - Ending Homelessness at English Lutheran Church (16th and King Streets)

4:30 p.m. La Crosse Area Planning Committee public hearing including 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Project List (which includes the Clinton Street bicycle paint and other issues) in room 1107 County Admin Building (6th & State)

6:00 p.m. Healthcare is Broken - What is its future? Four stories for conversation. Sponsored by .be and held in Hackberry's (over the Co-op)

6:45 p.m. Powell-Poage-Hamilton Neighborhood Association monthly meeting at the Southside Neighborhood Center.

7:00 p.m. Showing Up for Racial Justice orientation at JavaVino

10:00 a.m. Humanitarian Openstreets Team Mapathon to map vulnerable regions affected by natural disasters. Bring a laptop if you can. 245 Cowley Hall, UWL.

1:00 p.m. Planning meeting for 2018 Juneteenth celebration - everyone welcome

1:30 p.m. Rally for Voting Rights at Cameron Park - sponsored by the La Crosse County Democratic Party and featuring state and local political leaders and candidates. On the eve of the Wisconsin gerrymandering case before the Supreme Court and as the Pence-Kobach Election "Integrity" Commission ("a committee of crackpots") continues to prove the Onion is now irrelevant, this rally will educate and infuriate and activate. Rain site: The Brickhouse

2:00 p.m. Fall Festival on the Farm to benefit GROW La Crosse at Deep Roots Community Farm, Cty Rd YY.

Also, there will be a RALLY FOR MIKE MCCABE FOR GOVERNOR on Monday, September 25. If you can help with the event, please email lacrosse.for.mccabe-at-gmail.

Let us know what's missing!

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