Sunday, March 04, 2018

This week

Things to do this week. 

First, make sure you are and everyone you know is registered to vote. Start at In February, many primary voters learned they had been purged from the rolls. In fact, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin is asking anyone who may have been purged to contact them. There are groups in our area working to make sure people are registered. Consider joining those efforts. 

1 p.m. Public input into state panel exploring better ways to fund public schools at Northwoods Elementary School

7 p.m. [UPDATE: PER THE POST WE PUT UP WHEN WE HEARD THE UPDATE, THE EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL WEATHER PERMITS RESCHEDULING. Frances Moore Lappe will speak on Democracy at Viterbo University in the Fine Arts Center. Viterbo is donating space for this event sponsored by La Crosse United to Amend. There are still expenses (speaker fees, transportation costs) and if you can help out with a donation for costs already paid, please contact La Crosse United to Attend for details

2:15 p.m.  Amina Gautier, author, The Loss of All Lost Things reading and reception in room 120 UWL Student Union.

5:00 p.m.  International Coffee Hour - topic: Education. Informal discussion with international students and faculty in Hall of Nations, Centennial Hall, UWL

6:00 p.m. Public input about redoing Jackson Street - should there be bike lanes? in Carrol Auditorium of the Viterbo University School of Nursing, 10th and Jackson

noon  Teach In: Rape Culture. Bring a lunch and discuss. In Hall of Nations, Centennial Hall, UWL 

5:00 p.m. International Women's Day reception and program at Hall of Nations, Centennial Hall, UWL

5:00 p.m. International Women's Day event at Hackberry's above the People's Food Co-op, 315 Fifth Avenue South.

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