Roe v. Wade Celebration, Wednesday, January 18, 5:30–7:30pm, Shine Restaurant, 2027 13th Street, Boulder. January 2017 marks the 44th Annivesary of Roe v. Wade. This free event is sponsored by Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center, the very first abortion provider to open in the state of Colorado in 1973. Due to security reasons, an RSVP is REQUIRED (bring photo ID).
JUST BE: an LGBTQ-focused Dance Party, Friday, January 20, Boulder House Nightclub, 1109 Walnut St, Boulder. Celebrate yourself and your community on Inauguration Day! $10 in advance and $15 at the door. All proceeds go to Out Boulder County. Click here for tickets.
Are you participating in the Women’s March on Denver or DC on January 21? (AND BY THE WAY, it’s not just for women!) The Women’s March on Denver will be from 9am to 3pm at Denver’s Civic Center park. Go to marchoncolorado.org for march routes, etc. Email us with questions, if you’d like to start a carpool, or to connect with others who are going. NEW: If you’d like to take a bus from Boulder to Denver go here and here.
2017 Healthcare Day of Action, Thursday, February 23, registration at 8am, program starts at 8:30am, 1373 Grant Street, Denver. Coordinated by the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative. Discuss important health policy issues and engage with legislators on current health policy (whatever THAT might be by February 23!) Register here.
THE Fundraising Event of the Season!: El Comité Annual Fundraising Dinner, Saturday, February 25, 2017 5:30–8:00pm, First Lutheran Church, 803 3rd Avenue, Longmont. Enjoy FABULOUS food and inspiring speakers supporting one of our most valuable community groups in Longmont. Tickets: $60 | Table Price (Seats 8): $500.00 | Sponsorship Price: $1000.00 Purchase tickets via Paypal (state how many tickets you need) For reservations or information call El Comité at 303-651-6125
or email firstname.lastname@example.org More about El Comité here.
PLEASE SHARE WIDELY: On December 13, with a 4-3 vote (Christensen, Coombs, Moore, and Peck for, Bagley, Finley, and Santos against — there is a City Council election this year.), Longmont City Council approved Resolution 123: “To affirm our constitutional rights and the rights granted by amendments to the constitution; and
To confirm our community values as a safe, healthy, respectful and welcoming community with fair opportunities for all residents to live, work and play in Longmont; and to state that we are not a city ruled by fear; and we will not stand for bullying, threats, violence or bigotry.
Furthermore, the people of Longmont stand together to protect and respect each other, no matter what our difference; and we celebrate our rich and abundant diversity, as well as take pride in our strength together.
The Council repeals all resolutions or parts of resolutions in conflict with this resolution, but only to the extent of such inconsistency.” Watch video of meeting here.
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