Green Party Meetings (Jan 31-Feb 6, 2011)

Ronald Hardy at Green Party Watch:

Local Chapters of the Green Party are meeting across the Nation this week. Does your local chapter have a meeting or event coming up? If so, let us know! See our Events Calendar for other meetings and events.

Tuesday February 1, 2011 – Hernando Greens (Florida)

6 PM at the Spring Hill Library, showing the film “Capitalism: A Love Story” followed by a meeting and discussion.

Wednesday February 2, 2011Arlington Greens (Virginia)

7 PM at the Clarendon Silver Diner, 3200 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA

Thursday February 3, 2011Alleghany County Greens (Pennsylvania)

7 PM at Citizen Power, 2121 Murray Ave, 2nd Floor, Pittsburgh, PA – General Assembly meeting, electing new officers.

Thursday February 3, 2011
Long Beach Greens (California)

7 PM at Polly’s Coffee, 4606 E. 2nd St., Long Beach CA – Meeting

Friday February 4, 2011Clark County Greens (Nevada)

6 PM Meeting, contact them for location:

Friday February 4, 2011 – Phily Greens (Pennsylvania) Tom Neilson Show and Fundraiser

7 PM, Roxborough Development Corporation, 6156 Ridge Avenue, Roxborough, Philadelphia. $20/person cover (includes food and drinks). Tom Neilson,, specializes in songs of nonviolence, liberation and human rights.

Sunday February 6, 2011Orange County Greens (California)

2 PM – Super Slow Food Bowl Party! Featuring speaker Heather (Stoltzfus) Westenhofer for our February General Meeting. She will be serving up a Power Point presentation, along with bread and butter made on the spot in a Super Slow Food Bowl gathering! We hope you can join us for this special get together. Irvine Ranch Water District 15600 Sand Canyon, Irvine, CA

One thought on “Green Party Meetings (Jan 31-Feb 6, 2011)

  1. paulie Post author

    @ GPW

    Ronald Hardy says:
    January 31, 2011 at 11:31 am

    Here’s another one this week:

    WhenSat, February 5, 2pm – 4pm
    WhereCurtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, ME (map)
    DescriptionMaine Greens and Maine Libertarians are invited to take part in this bi-partisan social event. Volunteers from both parties are planning on a cooperative “third” party outreach program and are encouraged to attend. Discuss will revolve around how both parties can work together towards fostering an environment in our state friendly to alternatives to Republican and Democrats.

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