Events

Hillary Clinton in Eastern Iowa

Wednesday, August 26

at the Tabor Home Vineyards & Winery

3570 67th Street

Baldwin, IA 52207 (MAP)

Baldwin is about 5 miles west of Maquoketa

The winery is about another mile NW of Baldwin.

Doors open 6:45 PM

Event expected to begin about 7:30 PM

(But is it a good idea to get there at least as early as the “Doors open” time.)

PLEASE RSVP AT THIS SITE!!

 

On Wednesday, August 26, Hillary Clinton will return to Iowa to announce her policy to strengthen agriculture and support rural communities so they can get ahead and stay ahead.  

Clinton will begin her trip with remarks and questions at the Des Moines Area Community College in Ankeny that serves many rural communities in Iowa. Then, Clinton will travel to Morningside College in Sioux City for an event in the afternoon, and wrap up her day in Baldwin.

 

 Informational event about Gov. O’Malley’s  campaign

Wednesday August 26th at 7pm

Jenny’s Diner

517 N 2nd St Clinton (MAP)

(formerly the Riverside Restaurant)

Gov. O’Malley’s local staffers will be on hand to discuss the campaign and his 15 point plan. They will answer any questions that people may have.

 

CLINTON LABOR CONGRESS ANNUAL PICNIC

Sunday, September 6 

Noon – 3:00 P.M. 

Eagle Point Park Lodge,  Clinton, IA (MAP)

FREE — OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 **Pork Sandwiches**

**Hot Dogs**

**Baked Beans & Chips**

**Beverages**

**Table Service**

**50-50 Raffles**

**Door Prizes**

**Games for Kids**

VISIT WITH ELECTED OFFICIALS AND CANDIDATES

 

 

Central Committee Meeting

Tue, Sep. 15, 7:00pm

NOTE THE NEW 7:00 PM TIME WHICH WE ARE TRYING OUT.

Clinton County Democratic Headquarters, 224 22nd Place Clinton, Iowa (MAP)

Monthly meeting of the central committee.

 

STOP THE HATE/SHOW THE LOVE WALK

Thursday, Sept. 17

An annual event whose purpose is, as the title says, to encourage peaceful attitudes and habits and to discourage conflict and hatred.  It is a walk from Clinton Community College to Ashford University with programs at the ends.

Gather at Clinton Community College, 1000 Lincoln Blvd, Clinton (MAP)

Gathering time from 4:30 PM

Pre-program begins at 5:15 PM

The walk to Ashford begins at 5:30 PM

MORE INFORMATION: CALL CLINTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

563-244-7001
1-800-637-0559
(Toll free inside 563 area code)

 

Issues That Matter (Film Series)

A continuation of our previous successful issues film series from 2014.

ALL FILMS SHOWN AT:

Lyons Branch of the Clinton Public Library (MAP)

105 Main Avenue in Clinton

On the third Monday of each month

Times for each film event: 7:00 PM to about 9:00 PM

Free and open to everyone!  Refreshments are free too!

The films are between 60 and 90 minutes long leaving time at the end to discuss, sound off, complain, become aware, and organize.

 

The First Film was shown August 17,  (How People Power Generates Change)

FROM A BILL MOYERS PROGRAM

We followed it with a lively discussion of  grassroots organizing efforts that have made a difference and many related topics. The discussion was interesting and fun and the brownies and popcorn were good.

 

Second Film, September 21, (The Healthcare Movie)

CONTRASTING OUR SYSTEM WITH THE CANADIAN SYSTEM

Followed by discussion of health care systems and reform.

 

Third Film, October 19, (Inequality for All)

FEATURING FORMER LABOR SECRETARY ROBERT REICH

 About the widening US economic gap.

 CONTACT US for more information.

 

 

Office Hours by a Representative of Congressman Loebsack

Henry Marquard, Loebsack’s District Representative,  will be on hand to work with individuals who are having difficulty with a government agency, have suggestions for Dave, or would just like to share their concerns.

Members of the public are invited to attend. Marquard holds regular office hours throughout Eastern Iowa.

If residents are unable to attend but have a concern to share with the Congressman, please call our district office toll-free at 1-866-914-IOWA (4692).

 

HOURS:

De Witt at 9:00 – 10:00 AM, Tuesday, Aug. 25

DeWitt City Hall, 510 Ninth Street (MAP)

 

Clinton at 11:00 AM – Noon, Tuesday, Aug. 25

City Hall, 611 South Third Street, 1st Floor, Clinton (MAP)