Senator Ferlo Invites You to a Town Hall
When: Wednesday, July 19th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Union Project's Great Hall, 801 North Negley Avenue in Highland Park
"On July 19th, I will be hosting, along with organizers at CODEPINK Pittsburgh, a Town Hall Meeting that will be the regional installment of the Center for Constitutional Rights' National Teach-In on Articles of Impeachment.We will watch the documentary, HOW TO IMPEACH A PRESIDENT, followed by a discussion moderated by Jules Loebel, a Vice President of the Center for Constitutional Rights.
Join me, Wednesday, July 19th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Union Project's Great Hall, 801 North Negley Avenue in Highland Park.
to read how this Town Hall Meeting is the latest in a continuing effort to educate, advocate, and raise the public debate surrounding the accountability of the Bush Administration. For more information call (412) 389-3216 or (412) 363-8683.
I look forward to seeing you at what promises to be a spirited evening of debate and discussion."ACLU Town Hall Meeting on Abuse of Power
When: Thursday, July 20th, 7 p.m.
Where: First Unitarian Church, 605 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PAJoin the ACLU and your fellow citizens for a town hall meeting about the ongoing abuse of executive power
- and what we can do to fight back. Featuring: Greg Nojeim
Associate Director and Chief Legislative Council, ACLU Washington National Office; Doug Shields
Pittsburgh City Councilman, Co-Sponsor of anti-PATRIOT Act Resolution; and Thomas Farrell
Former U.S. Attorney, partner at Reich, Alexander, Reisinger and Farrell .
Q & A to follow.
Free and open to the public - Handicapped Accessible
For more information, please contact us at 412-681-7736.ACLU meeting link
.Voter Registration at North Side's Celebration in the Park!When: Saturday, July 22nd, From 11:00 AM until 8:00 PM
Where: Allegheny Commons Park, North Side, PittsburghA Celebration in the Park, one of Central North Side's premier summer events, has agreed to waive their fee sso that non-partisan voter registration can be provided all day.
This is a large festival with a diverse attendence - and the weather looks perfect!
They need volunteers to work 2-hour shifts starting at 11:00 AM. All materials will be provided ~ and if you've never done voter registration, don't worry, they'll show you the ropes. It's easy and we'll show you what you need to do!
Let Janis Williams
know if you can help - shoot her a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call her at 412-680-1626 to sign up to volunteer or if you want more information!Global Solutions Pittsburgh/Project Educate Happy HourHelp Kids in Zambia!When: Tuesday, July 25, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Where: Fire House Lounge, 2216 Penn Avenue, Strip District
Help raise awareness, funds and support for Global Solutions Pittsburgh and Project Educate.
Join Global Solutions and Project Educate on the deck of the Firehouse Lounge in the Strip District for a summertime happy hour.
Enjoy half price appetizers and drink specials.Proceeds will help support basic education in Zambia and advocacy efforts here in Pittsburgh.
Call 412-471-7852 for more details or click here
.Collier Twp. Democrats Social!When: Thursday, July 27th, from 7-9 pm
Where: RPM's Bar and Restaurant at 1020 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017
(about 15 minutes from downtown).
The Collier Twp. Democrats, who enjoy a 24% overall voter registration over Republicans, want to make sure they are not another sububurb that continues to trend more and more Republican. District 1 has a Republican majority.
So, they are having a party to show their solidarity and support of Democratic Values! FYI - this is part of Mustio's district.
They are having a Meet-N-Greet Social! This event is free and open to all Democrats. They are having a 50/50 raffle and door prizes !
There is a cash bar, and appetizers are included.
Directions: I-79 south to exit # 55, kirwin heights/heidelberg, right onto Rt. 50, washington pike, left at 3rd. traffic light and left into RPM's (there is a car on roof of the building!)
Please let them know if you can attend. Contact Mary Lou Kientz at 412-279-9408 or Mlkientz1@aol.com