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  • County Committee Bootcamp
    09:00 -16:00
    2016.02.06-2016.02.07
    MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, East 9th Street, Little Rock, AR, United States
    This intensive workshop serves as a leadership development course for Party organizers and county officers. We will provide you with the tools needed to develop a vibrant county party as well as to help enliven your neighboring county organizations. The two-day workshop will focus heavily on leadership training and effective organization practices, including mock organization sessions.
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  • Little Rock Women for Bernie Meetup
    19:00 -21:00
    2016.02.10
    Bernie Sanders Arkansas Headquarters, 721 West 2nd Street Little Rock, AR 72201
    This 'Women for Bernie' meet-up is one of many happening across the country on February 10th.RSVP➤ http://bit.ly/LittleRockW4BmeetupMore info➤ http://meetups.women4bernie.us/Map of Meet-ups➤ http://bit.ly/Meet-upsMapAn energetic and growing number of women will vote for Bernie in 2016 because of his progressive agenda on issues that affect women and their families. Our purpose is to bring together these women (and men too!) to discuss Bernie's agenda and strengthen our assertion that Bernie is the right candidate for women. As most of you know NARAL, Planned Parenthood and NOW have all endorsed Hillary Clinton but we are not going to let this sway us. We are women for Bernie and Bernie is for women!To add to the fun, a video message will be delivered by the incredible Senator Nina Turner during the meet-ups! Click HERE to purchase tickets.HOST:Jennifer Pierce
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  • PCYD February Meet and Greet Social Hour
    17:00 -19:00
    2016.02.11
    Flyway Brewing, Maple Street, North Little Rock, AR, United States
    Come out and meet fellow young democrats at Flyway Brewing, North Little Rocks newest micro-brewry. Discuss the latest politics while learning more about Pulaski County Young Democrats and up coming events. (Those under 21 are more then welcome to come, Flyway has some great non-beer options.)
  • Perry County Democratic Party Mixer
    18:00 -21:00
    2016.02.11
    Perry County Fairgrounds, Perryville, AR, United States
    Perry County Fairgrounds,  Multi-Purpose BuildingThere is no cost to attend. We are having finger foods and each candidate will have the opportunity to speak if they want to. It will be very informal. Contact Patricia Brazil at 501-889-4210 for additional details.
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  • Washington County Democrats Monthly Meeting
    18:00 -20:00
    2016.02.15
    Clinton House Museum, West Clinton Drive, Fayetteville, AR, United States
    Washington County Democrats meet monthly for general party business, social time and a chance to share all the political happenings from around the state. All are welcome to join us on the 3rd Monday of each month. Social time starts at 6 p.m. and official business at 6:30 p.m.To become an official paid member of WCD you must be a registered voter in Washington County and pay a $30.00 filing fee to the Committee Treasurer.Open membership enrollment starts during the candidate filing time period, which varies per election year. However, we have an open door membership policy and you can become a member at anytime within the election cycle. Membership dues are not pro-rated.Membership is not required to attend meetings, however only members can vote on business before the committee.
  • Drew County Democrats Monthly Meeting
    18:00 -20:00
    2016.02.15
    Drew County Courthouse, Monticello, AR, United States
    No cost to attend monthly meeting. Everyone is welcome! Parking will be available all around the courthouse since the meeting will be after hours. Everyone is welcometo attend, if you have any interesting ideas on how to build our country  up for this next election cycle, please come and share. We would love to have you! 
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  • Candidate Training *Rescheduled*
    00:00 -16:00
    2016.02.20
    Arkansas Education Association, West 4th Street, Little Rock, AR, United States
    January Candidate Training RESCHEDULED: Our candidate training on Saturday, January 23, cancelled due to inclement weather, has been rescheculed for Saturday, February 20, 2016, at 9 a.m. The training will be held at the Arkansas Education Association. If you plan to attend this FREE training workshop, please RSVP by emailing ted@arkdems.org.
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  • Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday
    16:00 -18:00
    2016.02.28
    John Q. Hammons Center, South Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers, AR, United States
    Please join us to celebrate 35 years of Soup Sunday, a fundraising event for Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. (35 years in Little Rock, 15 in Northwest Arkansas.)Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday is moving to a new location this year! We’ll be at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers, but we’re taking all the delicious family fun with us. This event is a favorite for so many longtime fans in Northwest Arkansas. (Kids and babies LOVE Soup Sunday.) Our committee is hard at work planning all sorts of new things for this 15th anniversary celebration, and we hope you’ll join the fun. Our advice is to skip lunch and come hungry so you can sample some of the best soups in town, generously donated by more than 30 Northwest Arkansas restaurants.Tickets are $10, $25 and $50.-- $50 each for Signature Soup tickets (includes optional early 3:30 admission for the best selection and complimentary beer and wine tickets!)-- $25 each for regular adult tickets purchased in advance ($30 after 5 p.m. on February 26th)-- $10 tickets for children 5-17 years old; Free for children younger than 5Specials thanks to this year's Presenting Sponsor: The Endeavor Foundation.Interested in a family or business sponsorship? Check out the Soup Sunday link below, or call Laura Kellams at 479-927-9800.
  • Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday
    16:00 -19:00
    2016.02.28
    John Q. Hammons Center, South Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers, AR, United States
    Please join us to celebrate 35 years of Soup Sunday, a fundraising event for Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. (35 years in Little Rock, 15 in Northwest Arkansas.)Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday is moving to a new location this year! We’ll be at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers, but we’re taking all the delicious family fun with us. This event is a favorite for so many longtime fans in Northwest Arkansas. (Kids and babies LOVE Soup Sunday.) Our committee is hard at work planning all sorts of new things for this 15th anniversary celebration, and we hope you’ll join the fun. Our advice is to skip lunch and come hungry so you can sample some of the best soups in town, generously donated by more than 30 Northwest Arkansas restaurants.Tickets are $10, $25 and $50.-- $50 each for Signature Soup tickets (includes optional early 3:30 admission for the best selection and complimentary beer and wine tickets!)-- $25 each for regular adult tickets purchased in advance ($30 after 5 p.m. on February 26th)-- $10 tickets for children 5-17 years old; Free for children younger than 5Specials thanks to this year's Presenting Sponsor: The Endeavor Foundation.Interested in a family or business sponsorship? Check out the Soup Sunday link below, or call Laura Kellams at 479-927-9800.http://www.aradvocates.org/events/northwest-arkansas-soup-sunday/
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