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Monday, July 24, 2017
Transgender Equality Rally 7/29


Rights & Democracy is excited to officially announce our Transgender* Equality Rally! On Saturday 7/29, our allies and LGBT+ community is coming together to celebrate the beautiful diversity of our the Granite State. We're meeting at Victory Park in Manchester to blow bubbles, play lawn games, dance to music and build a sense of collective identity.

More than ever before, transgender nondiscrimination protections in New Hampshire are vital to the health and well being of our communities statewide. In early 2017, we came really close to winning these protections and passing a comprehensive state law that would legally protect our transgender family and friends from discrimination.

We think that all of our hardwork and the incredible momentum that we're building together is worth celebrating. Join us on Saturday 7/29 to celebrate, socialize and strategize our next steps.


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Transgender Organizing and Leadership Development (TOLD) Team - radnh.org/told

Contact us - alexisalexis505@gmail.com
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2017 SCDC Picnic Photos & Recap


We had a wonderful day at the 2017 Strafford County Democratic Committee picnic. Good food and even better company. It was at Miller Farm, in New Durham, again this year; a perfect setting, and a we were lucky to have the most beautiful summer weather, with a slight breeze all day. Highlights for the speakers were Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky and Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter. The grande finale was getting to meet and listen to Congresswoman Maxine Waters, a person known for being outspoken and not one to shy away from unpopular themes. She connected with many in attendance by not towing tired party lines and long failed party ideology and rhetoric. Mirroring some of the same principles, examinations, and reflections that many successful local progressive politicians in NH have adopted, she presented some much needed perspective and outlined a few, focused action items for local activist to pursue. We are already looking forward to next year's picnic!

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Saturday, July 15, 2017
Rochester NH Pride 2017- Sat, August 26th 1 - 4 PM


Rochester NH Pride 2017

 Saturday, August 26th, 1- 4 PM


The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts invites the LGBTQ+ community (and those who love them) to Hanson Street and Central Square, in downtown Rochester, for a free public pride celebration on Saturday, August 26th, 2017 from 1-4pm, with remarks at 3:30pm. Our mission is to promote unity, visibility, inclusivity, equality, and a positive image of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ+) community.

This event is made possible by Rochester Main Street (supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council On The Arts ​and the National Endowment for the Arts.) An informal "after party" ​​gathering will take place around 4pm at ​The Garage at the Governor's Inn.

Visit www.rochestermfa.org/pride for more information. Vendor applications are available now. Contact matt@rochestermfa.org with questions.

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Friday, July 14, 2017
Activist Appreciation Cookout-Saturday, August 5th, 1 - 4 PM



Activist Appreciation Cookout
Saturday, August 5 at 1 PM - 4 PM
 415 Coffin Brook Road, Alton (Home of Michelle and Drew Carter Show Map
Hosted by Barnstead, Alton, and Gilmanton Democrats

Calling all Left-leaning Activists: You, your family (including kids), and like-minded friends and neighbors are invited to join us in "Cooking Up Resistance." Come party with us as we enjoy some well-deserved, family-friendly fun and a little bit of levity during these challenging times.

POTLUCK CONTEST:

A special prize goes to the most creative “Resistance”-themed potluck dish! IM-PEACH-MINT TEA will be provided!

If your last name begins with A through H, please bring a main dish to pass for each plate. If your last name begins with I through P, please bring a side dish to share with everybody. If your last name begins with Q through Z, please bring a dessert, sweet as can be!

Bring Your Own Beverage

GAMES:
● “Bernie” Badminton ● “Hillary” Horseshoes ● “Electoral College” Egg Toss● “Conway” Corn Hole ● “45” 3-Legged Race ● “Bannon” Basketball ● “Spicer” Scavenger Hunt ● “Alternative Facts” Trivia

Everyone leaves with a parting “Resistance” gift.

RSVP by 7/29 and your name will be entered into a drawing for a special gift basket!

THIS IS NOT A FUNDRAISER! NO PLAY AND ALL BUSINESS MAKES FOR BURNED OUT ACTIVISTS!
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Saturday, June 24, 2017
What's Going On In Farmington? Puddledock Press Calendar


We noticed that many new people move to Farmington during this time of year and are looking for easy ways to find out what is happening in our town or in the surrounding area. The Puddledock Press Around the Town Calendar is put together, via submission, by the Puddledock Press, the local town "good news,' non-profit, newspaper. It has an agenda view, month view or week view, depending on how you'd like to view the info. It lists local and regional events, nothing broader than that. It is a great way to find out what is going on. The Goodwin Library has a calendar and has a great number of events monthly for children, teens and for adults. There events are free and open to the public. The Town of Farmington has a site with tons of general and specific information, and a calendar as well, with all municipal events, board meetings, etc included. The town also provides an option to be notified for various municipal happenings via e-mail and text message.  It is best to find any Farmington school information on the SAU 61 site. As you can imagine there is always something going on at one of the schools, their after school activities, or summer programs. Farmington also has two Facebook groups the Farmington Community News and the Farmington Community Forum. The main difference between the two, beyond the number of members, is that the News is for, just that news and information.The forum is the place for broader discussion or controversy. Many of non-profits in town have their own websites and social media pages and the town website has a page, created by the Economic Development Committee, devoted to a listing of businesses & services in town. We hope this will help you find some of the things you need. Welcome to Farmington, NH!











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The Farmington Democrats believe that equality of opportunity can be achieved through community involvement, political action, and a shared vision of social justice.