11 AM - 3 PM - March For Our Lives Hyannis, 367 Main St, Hyannis, MA 02601
11 AM - 5 PM - March for Our Lives: Boston, Madison Park Technical Vocational High School
1 PM - 3 PM - March for Our Lives - Falmouth, Falmouth Village Green, Falmouth, MA
2) As you may have heard, our long-time friend and activist Etta Goodstein has passed away. As many of you know, Etta has had a courageous battle against cancer for many years. Her loss is immeasurable. Even through her illness, Etta has stood and fought for the values and principals of the Democratic party. Cleon Turner informed us that Etta expressly left instructions that there be no wake or funeral. Instead, she had made provisions that there be, in her own words, a big party. Cleon said that her family will be making the arrangements for this in the future.
Donations in lieu of flowers can be made in Etta's name to Hospice of Cape Cod, 73 Service Rd., East Sandwich, MA 02537
April 28th - CIDC Dinner Kennedy Legacy Dinner, formerly the Jefferson-Jackson
Details at http://capedemocrats.org/kennedy2018
Tickets will be available at www.capedemocrat.com
Monday, April 9 at 7 pm, students at Monomoy Regional High School in Harwich will be hosting a primary debate between the three Democratic gubernatorial candidates: Setti Warren, Bob Massie, and Jay Gonzales.
The candidates will be questioned by a panel of students overseen by a student moderator. Students will also be serving as timers, light and sound technicians, and all other aspects of the debate.
Monomoy HS, and Harwich High School before it, have a history of hosting debates for candidates for Congress and the state legislature going back to 2006. The media and public are invited to attend.
For more information, contact Ted Clifford. Please share with your friends via http://capedemocrats.org/cchsd_debate2018 and https://www.facebook.com/CIDC-Cape-Islands-Democratic-Council-165202607550
March 22 - Ranked Choice - Upper- and Mid-Cape Kickoff Meeting by Voter Choice Massachusetts
Jonathan Bourne Public Library, 19 Sandwich Rd, Bourne, Massachusetts 02532
Join them for the 2018 Kickoff Chapter Meeting for the Upper and Mid Cape! Come learn more about Ranked Choice Voting and the progress underway across the Commonwealth to make this transformative reform a reality. We'll brainstorm ways to grow our grassroots base here on the Cape through live outreach, etc.
March 23 - You Are the Presentation
CapeSpace, 100 Independence Dr, Hyannis, MA 02601
Brush up your presentation skills in two hours with communications expert Joe Perkins. Learn how to feel more confident, organize a presentation, and engage your audience. For more information visit
Tuesday, March 27 at 4:30 PM - Barnstable County Public Hearing on Women's Issues
Shared by Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women
Cape Cod Community College, 2240 Iyannough Rd, West Barnstable, MA 02668
Please join the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women and the Barnstable County Commission on the Status of Women for a Regional Public Hearing on Women’s Issues. https://m.facebook.com/MassCSW/events
Canvass Kick Off, Saturday, April 7 from 10am to 1pm
Riverway Lobster House building, S. Yarmouth.
Matt Brodeur, Field Organizer for www.JulianCyr.com, is looking for volunteers to help with canvassing and signature gathering.
Agenda includes the election of new officers, update on 2018 campaigns, potential candidates, and plans for the Second "Outer Cape Straw Poll"
Thursday, April 5th - MassDems.org - 2018 Chinatown Banquet - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Save the Date to join the Massachusetts Democratic Party Chair Gus Bickford, Dinner Chairs Mayor Martin J. Walsh and City Councilor Michelle Wu in bringing back the Chinatown Banquet - https://secure.actblue.com/donate/chinapearl2018
The China Pearl, 9 Tyler St, Boston, MA 02111 - 8 Course Banquet Dinner - Drink Tickets - DJ
Thursday, April 12th - 6PM-8PM Yarmouth - Safety training for Families, Caregivers, and First Responders Serving Individuals with Special Needs
F.O.R.W.A.R.D. - Yarmouth Police Station, 1 Brad Erickson Way, West Yarmouth, MA
April is Autism awareness month! - Provided by A.L.E.C. (Autism & Law Enforcement Educational Coalition)
Learn how to help manage crisis situations with individuals with Autism and related developmental disabilities.
RSVP to [email protected] or [email protected]
Wednesday, April 18 - Hyannis DTC - How the Changing Climate Affects Cape Cod, A Community Forum
A community forum on How the Changing Climate Affects Cape Cod will be held on Wednesday, April 18, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Barnstable Senior Center, 825 Falmouth Rd., Route 28, Hyannis. Doors open at 6:30.
A distinguished panel of speakers will present current information on climate impacts and answer questions from audience members. Also, representatives from local environmental organizations will offer ideas on how community members can be engaged in important efforts on local climate issues. The panel will be moderated by Britt Beedenbender, Town Councilor, Precinct 4, Barnstable.
Speakers for the event will be Richard Delaney, President and CEO, Center for Coastal Studies, Andrew Gottlieb, Executive Director, Association for the Preservation of Cape Cod, Jo Ann Muramoto, Ph.D, Director of Science Programs, APCC, and Madhavi Venkatesan, Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor of Economics, Northeastern University and Executive Director of Sustainable Practices.
The forum is sponsored by the Barnstable Democratic Town Committee, in honor of Earth Day (April 22) and is free and open to the public.
State Representatives Randy Hunt (R-Sandwich), Sarah Peake (D-Provincetown), Will Crocker (R-Barnstable), and Tim Whelan (R-Brewster), and state Senator Julian Cyr (D-Truro) announced that they scheduled a series of cord-cutting workshops across Cape Cod. The first session is slated for March 2, at the Sandwich Council on Aging. The Yarmouth South Library will host the second on March 9; the final, at the Harwich Council on Aging, on March 23. All seminars will be free and open to the public.
Attendees can expect to learn more about over-the-air programming, streaming equipment (such as Apple TV and Roku), and streaming services (such as Sling TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and CBS All Access). Consumers will also discover how they can use their internet connection to eliminate their landline telephone service.
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