The March for Science in Washington, DC kicks off Saturday 14 April, 2018, at 9 am on 15th Street NW between Constitution and Independence Avenues with teach-in tents hosted by The Nature Conservancy, AAAS, the American Chemical Society, the Optical Society, and the Government Accountability Project.
Expo booths will also be open all day on the National Mall, along with letter writing tables and voter registration.
Location: National Mall, 15th Street, NW between Constitution & Independence Aves
- At 9 am the Teach-in and Expo tents open.
- At 12:30 pm the Rally with speakers and musical performances starts
- At 2:30 pm take to the streets and March for Science!
Sign-up at: RSVP
Extending healthcare coverage to 400,000 Virginians and reclaiming tax dollars for Virginia is not a “maybe do,” it’s a “must do.” The General Assembly will get back together on the 17th to discuss Medicaid Expansion and the 18th to vote on it. That is why on Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018 from 2-3 pm in Capitol Square, Virginians for Medicaid Expansion will march.
For maximum impact, broad participation from every county and independent city in Virginia is needed. Organizers would like to see each county send at least one carpool of 4 people. Each participant should have a sign with a Medicaid message or simply the name of home county or city.
If interested, complete the RSVP form so the Capitol Police may be kept apprised of projected attendance.
The Lake of the Woods Democratic Club is holding a forum for the 7th Congressional District candidates on March 18, 2018, in the LOW Community Center, 110 Sweetbriar Park Road. Please arrive at 1:30 p.m. to submit questions and to meet the candidates. Program will begin at 2:00 p.m.
This is a great opportunity to meet all three candidates:
Please contact Joe Freeland if you are coming from outside of LOW in order to get access at the gate.