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Wild Boar Cafe
Join us in filling out postcards for the April 2nd election in Fort Collins. In the library room.
Plymouth Congregational Church
Erion Room, Loveland Public Library
Downtown Loveland, off 4th, just north of Chilson Recreatio
The Loveland Youth Advisory Commission (YAC) has invited the South Larimer Discussion Group (SLDG) to attend their meeting in March 6. The YAC will be discussion lowering the age to 16-17 for Municipal elections. The slideshow VOTE 16 will be shown
Fort Collins City Council Chambers
Public forum featuring candidates for Mayor and Districts 1, 2, 4, and 6. Questions from LWVLC and the audience will be asked.
Odell Brewery Community Room
A gathering of the team leaders, Admin Team and Leadership Development Team to discuss issues critical to the Larimer County League. Details to follow.
Come join us to get out the vote for the April 2 Fort Collins election. Help us fill out postcards.
CSU Lory Student Center Theater
Featuring short films that reframe disability! Some films are humorous, some are serious, but all work to spread awareness. Purchase tickets at: thearcoflarimercounty.org
ARC Development Director
Daylight Savings Time Starts
Old Town Library Study Room A
Harmony Library -- Community Room
John Sanderson, Director of Science for the Nature Conservancy of Colorado, will discuss the challenges we face as our population grows and global warming continues. There will be time for questions and discussion.
This team meets on the second Tuesday of the month. Non League members welcome, contact Barb Hansen. League members, find Anne‘s address under Member Info.
Come help fill out postcards for the April 2nd Fort Collins election.Enjoy a light supper of soup or chili, beer, and wine.
Raffs Tavern at Highland Meadows Golf Course
Colorado Care Housing Community
As our country continues to struggle with finding sustainable solutions to a looming healthcare crisis, the Health Care Team is hard at work advocating for ideas that work.
Care Housing at Windtrail
Join us a Lynn Young‘s house for writing postcards to get out the vote to our young people.
East entrance of the North Building, Namaqua United Universalist Congregation Church
"Forest Management and Wildfire Risk Reduction along the Big Thompson River"
South Larimer Discussion Group will host "Larimer Connects" to discuss the Round Mountain Forest Health Restoration Project in west Loveland, out on Highway 34 where the river has been diverted and road rebuilt. Shayle Nelson Sabo, who is an Emergency Management coordinator with Larimer Connects Program, will explain the Emergency Management Office, the work being done with the community, and collaboration with the coalitions. She has also invited Big Thompson Watershed Coalition and Coalition for Poudre River Watershed. They are spearheading the Round Mountain Project to provide subject matter expertise.
This program fits into our LWV positions under Natural Resources, specifically "Environmental Planning and Management" and "Land Use.”
Raffs Tavern at Highland Meadows Golf Course
A cooperative effort between the Coloradoan and CSU, this event will be a "meet and greet", with tables for each candidate and issue group involved in the upcoming city election. League will have a table as well. Register online at https://tickets.coloradoan.com/e/beers-ballots-fort-collins-election-open-house.
Loveland Library - Mt. Dunraven Room
The Loveland Library is launching a new discussion group, Civil Conversation focused on issues facing Loveland and the nation. Staff will facilitate a dialog to bring people together to discuss. 2nd topic - Keep America Safe
Harmony Library Community Room
Learn about the League‘s mission, structure, program priorities and how you can become involved. Refreshments, time for questions and meeting members.
4th Monday of each month to pursue action on Cash Bail Reform
In a comprehensive approach, while using League Positions, the ER Team works toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all.
Lory Student Center Theater on CSU campus.
Elaine Weiss, author of The Women‘s Hour will be in Fort Collins at CSU to give a talk on her book chronicling the momentous and historical event of women gaining the vote.
To learn more about how every person‘s vote will count equally in the presidential race, please join National Popular Vote Colorado Co-Chair Linda Sorauf and the League of Women Voters of Larimer County for a community education event. Saturday March 30th, 10-12pm, Council Tree Library, 2733 Council Tree Ave., Ft. Collins, CO. Expecting Representative Cathy Kipp and Representative Jeni Arndt may get held up in DC, but will do everything she can to be there if possible.
Jane DeDecker's Art Studio
Meet the artist and learn the story behind the creation of the monument sculpture to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the Women’s Right to Vote. View early versions of the sculpture and find out how you can support the project to place the EEWU Monument in Washington, DC. Presentations at 1:15 and 2:15 pm. Parking is limited, carpools encouraged.