William Gittlen

  • published Green Ticker in What's Up? 2019-02-19 00:15:07 -0500

    Green Ticker

       With our air, water, land, and climate threatened as never before, now is the time for those who desire a better future to work together.  Below is a listing of educational, social, and political events related to the environment that are taking place in the Grand Traverse region.  To have your event listed, please send an email to wbgtraverse@gmail.com that includes:

    day   date   start and end time   name of event   location(with address)  event sponsor  fee/donation   short comment   

    Thank you

     

    Green Ticker

     

    Saturday, February 9, 9:45 a.m.  Leelanau Indivisible Monthly Meeting, Leland Lodge 565 Pearl St, Leland. Craig Mauger from Michigan Finance Network will explain the effects of Michigan Dark Money in Politics issues. Public welcome. Free

     

    Tuesday, February 12, 11:30 a.m. Indivisible Grand Traverse Meeting.  Unitarian Universalist Church at 6726 Center Rd, Traverse City, Anna Dituri, ACLU Organizer speaking. Public welcome.  Free

     

    Tuesday, February 12, 3:30 – 5:00pm. American Promise Training at Workshop Brewery, 221 Garland St., TC. The hope is to get money out of politics.

     

    Tuesday, February 12, 6:60pm-8pm. State of the State Watch party. The Little Fleet, 448 E Front Street, TC.  Public welcome. Free

                                                       

    Saturday, February 16, 6-9pm. GT Dems Winter Rally.  Grand Traverse Resort. Acme. Multiple Speakers, Including Betsy Coffia and Bryce Hundley. Music by David Chown and  ES Rivers, Cash bar, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction. Public welcome. Suggested $20 donation

     

    Monday, February 18, 5-8pm E-W Corridor Public Hearing. East Middle School.  5 Mile Rd. Open to the public Free. Input desired about preferred alternative. For more info: GT Road Commission.

     

    Wednesday, February 27, 5:30-7:30pm.TART Trail Open House. Williamsburg Event Center, 4230M-72, Acme. Engineering team will present plans and alternatives for completion of the Acme to Charlevoix Tart trail. Public comment welcome. Free.

     

    Wednesday, February 27, 8am.  GT County Commission meeting. Government Building on Boardman. Meeting on single topic: Conflict of interest policy. Public comment welcome

     

    Thursday, February 28, 7pm. Cornucopia, an evening of storytelling about food. Workshop Brewing Company. Storytellers. Free, but donations accepted with 100% of proceeds going to support the Groundwork Center. More info: click Groundwork’s Cornucopia event on Facebook.

     

    Sunday, March 3, 10-11:30am. Indivisible TC monthly meeting, Workshop Brewery, Garland Street. Open to the public. Free.

     

     Thursday, March 7, 7pm.  Film and discussion on the dangers of PFAS. TADL. Sponsored by NMEAC and the Sierra Club. Free 

     

    Saturday, March 9, 10am. Leelanau Indivisible meeting. Munnecke Room, Leland. Public welcome. Free

     

    Tuesday, March 12, 7-9pm. GT Dems Progressive Potluck, Little Fleet, 448 E. Front Street.  The public is invited, Participants are encouraged to bring a dish to pass, but no donation is necessary. This dinner potluck will feature a presentation by the Reproductive Fund.  Contact Sharee Jamrog at precinct3@gtdemsif questions

     

    Tuesday, April 16, 8:30am-12pm. Senior Research Project Panel Discussions. NMC Hagerty Center, 715 E. Front Street.  Open to the public.  Free. Discussions by seniors around social dilemma that are national or international in scope but have local consequences.

     

    Sunday, April 22, 10am-noon. Earth Day Elberta Beach Clean-up, sponsored by the Benzie Conservation District. To register, please contact Aime@BENZIECD.ORG, 231-8824391 X11.

     

    Wednesday, April 24, 10am-8pm. ACLU100 Experience. Cobo Center, Detroit. Family Free, family friendly event. Exhibits, activities and more. For more info: aclu100.org

       
     Friday, April 26, 5:30pm-9pm. Environmentalist of the Year. Dennos Museum/Milliken Auditorium. See https://www.nmeac.org/2019_environmentalist_of_the_year for more information and to register.

     

    Tuesday-Thursday, May 21-23, 6pm-6pm. Michigan Clean Energy Conference. Hagerty Center, Traverse City. Organized by Groundwork Center. Discount for early registration. For more info:  micleanenergyconference.org

     

    Again, to have your event listed, please send an email to wbgtraverse@gmail.com and include:

    day   date   start and end time   name of event   location(with address)  event sponsor  fee/donation   short comment   

    Thank you for working to protect our environment and increase the well-being of everyone

     

     

     


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