Chatham Caucus - Please note time change: from 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
We will be electing 2 female delegates, 2 male delegates and 2 alternates (one male, one female) for the convention. When possible, Chatham delegates carpool to the convention also to reduce costs.
|Chatham||17-Feb||9:00 AM||Chatham Community Center||702 Main Street|
|Edgartown||17-Feb||10:30 AM||Edgartown Public Library||26 West Tisbury Rd, Edgartown, MA 02539|
|Eastham||24-Feb||10:00 AM||Eastham Town Library||190 Samoset Rd, Eastham, MA|
|Provincetown||24-Feb||10:00 AM||Seamen's Bank - Conf Room||221 Commerical St, Provincetown, Ma|
|Yarmouth||17-Feb||1:00 PM||Yarmouth Police Department||340 Higgins Crowell Rd., West Yarmouth|
Tomorrow Feb 17, Yarmouth PD - Active Shooter response training
Mar 2 - FBI Cyber Fraud Update – CCTC First Friday
March 10 - Yarmouth St Patrick's Day Parade
March 25th [NEW DATE] - Brewster Dems
Tickets are now available for the 2018 Kamarck Award Luncheonon Saturday, March 25th. The Brewster Dems will be honoring Representative Sarah Peake for her dedication to promoting policies and legislation that make our community stronger. There will also be a special posthumous award to Mary Lou Pettit. Hors-d'oeuvres buffet luncheon, and Cash Bar are available.
Where: Captains Golf Course, 1000 Freemans Way, Brewster
Tickets are $35. To purchase on Act Blue, go to https://secure.actblue.com/donate/2018kamarck
Please make checks payable to: Brewster Democratic Town Committee, c/o Treasurer Bob Gaughran
49 Thousand Oaks Drive, Brewster, MA 02631 For further info, contact Katie Jacobus.
Wednesday, April 18 - Hyannis DTC - How the Changing Climate Affects Cape Cod, A Community Forum
A community forum on How the Changing Climate Affects Cape Cod will be held on Wednesday, April 18, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Barnstable Senior Center, 825 Falmouth Rd., Route 28, Hyannis. Doors open at 6:30.
A distinguished panel of speakers will present current information on climate impacts and answer questions from audience members. In addition, representatives from local environmental organizations will offer ideas on how community members can be engaged in important efforts on local climate issues. The panel will be moderated by Britt Beedenbender, Town Councilor, Precinct 4, Barnstable.
Speakers for the event will be Richard Delaney, President and CEO, Center for Coastal Studies, Andrew Gottlieb, Executive Director, Association for the Preservation of Cape Cod, Jo Ann Muramoto, Ph.D, Director of Science Programs, APCC, and Madhavi Venkatesan, Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor of Economics, Northeastern University and Executive Director of Sustainable Practices.
The forum is sponsored by the Barnstable Democratic Town Committee, in honor of Earth Day (April 22) and is free and open to the public.
Enjoy libations & light refreshments. ALL ARE WELCOME!
Suggested Contribution: Supporters: $25, Friend: $50, Host: $100, Patron: $250
From Maura Healey
This morning, in a bold editorial, in the Boston Herald, Maura declared that this is "not a reality we can accept"
Right now Maura is asking you to share her message on Facebook. Tweet out your support with these messages or some of your own.
.@maura_healey is right – Massachusetts has some of the strongest gun laws on the books, and it’s past time that children across this country receive the same protections as our kids. #GunReformNow
Proud to live in a state and support an AG that won’t be backed down by the gun lobby. Thank you @maura_healey for speaking out for the majority of Americans who support common-sense gun reforms #EndGunViolence “It's heartbreaking to think about the worry they have to endure as they send their kids off to school..."
Our goal is to place one Letter To the Editor in every paper across the state. - www.maurahealey.com
February 24: Harwich DTC Presidents’ Day Brunch at The 400 in East Harwich at 10 AM
Dennis Police Station, Community Room, Bob Crowell Road, South Dennis, MA.
Join Cleon Turner, Dennis Selectman, who will discuss Dennis Yarmouth Regional School issues that both Yarmouth and Dennis are facing, and Josh Zakim, Boston City Councilor and candidate for Secretary of State. All are welcome.
Bill Keating's campaign - Nomination signature collection - Bill Keating's campaign is gathering signatures to qualify for the ballot this November and YOUR help is needed because he must collect more than 3,000 handwritten signatures over the next few weeks. Whether it will be only you signing or if you can gather 15, 25, or more signatures, everyone bit helps. Or, you can contact the campaign. On behalf of Congressman Keating, thank you!