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            1Meet & Greet with Pamelya Herndon, from the State Dem. PartyMeet & Greet with Pamelya Herndon, from the State Dem. PartyTime: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Pamelya is the newly-elected Secretary of the NM Democratic Party. Come hear a recap of this year's Legislative Session. Find out what is happening right now in the Party and how you can get involved.
Juan Tabo Library / 3407 Juan Tabo Blvd. NE Map
2Public Financing Picnic & Celebration – Maurrreen SkowranPublic Financing Picnic & Celebration – Maurrreen SkowranTime: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Come join Maurreen, her campaign and the volunteers who made qualification for public financing possible for a celebratory picnic/potluck on Sunday, June 2nd at 11:00am!! We'll be set up in the southwest corner of the Academy Hills Park, located at the intersection of Juan Tabo Blvd and Eubank Blvd. We'll have food, drinks & fun. Look for the tables of food and Maurreen's red Hawaiian shirt! Hope to see you there!! Academy Hills Park – Corner of Juan Tabo Blvd & Eubank Blvd
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Implicit Bias TrainingImplicit Bias TrainingTime: 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
RSVP to Maggie at 505-550-0489. Moms Demand Action will host a training on how to recognize & manage Implicit Bias. The ABQ community is invited to attend in a classroom at North Domingo Baca for a 2-hour remote training from Dr. Bryant Marks, Sr. Dr. Bryant T. Marks, Sr. is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Morehouse College, Director of the Program for Research on Black Male Achievement, and serves on President Obama’s Board of Advisors with the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans. He also recently completed a temporary appointment as a senior advisor with the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. In addition, Dr. Marks is a contributor to the White House My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) initiative and is a highly sought after speaker and trainer. He has given presentations and conducted workshops for K-12 personnel, higher education faculty and staff, many national conferences and MBK stakeholder groups. He currently serves on the MBK Task Force for Fulton County, GA. He also provides implicit bias training to hundreds of law enforcement officers via a series of White House gatherings for Police Chiefs and their teams. Dr. Marks is member and former chair of the Diversity Climate Committee for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology and serves on advisory boards for the American Men’s Studies Association and the College Board as well as the Morehouse College Board of Trustees. He holds a B.A. in psychology and a minor in economics from Morehouse College, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Marks’ conducts research and professional development in the areas of Black male psychology and development, institutional practices that improve African American student achievement, diversity and implicit bias, innovations in STEM education in high school and college, scientific literacy and identity, and using STEM concepts to teach life skills, character, and habits of success. North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
7521 Carmel Ave. NE Albuquerque, NM 87113
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Rural Issues & Outreach Panel DiscussionRural Issues & Outreach Panel DiscussionTime: 2:00 pm
Public Meeting & Panel Discussion re: “Rural Issues & Outreach”.
US Representative Deb Haaland is keynote panel member.
First, local officials and area experts will address the public and a panel of publicly elected office holders. Next, the public will have time to voice comments & questions.
After listening to the local officials & the public, the panel of dignitaries will speak to questions & concerns they have heard.
Edgewood Middle School
17 Venus Rd
Edgewood, NM 87015
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Kickoff Reception supporting Sen. Antoinette Sedillo LopezKickoff Reception supporting Sen. Antoinette Sedillo LopezTime: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
About Senator Antoinette Sedillo Lopez: Antoinette is a former Law Professor and community leader focused on the critical social, economic, environmental, and civil rights issues affecting the lives of all New Mexicans. After serving as a Law Professor at UNM for more than twenty-five years—including eight years as an Associate Dean—she was the executive director of a non-profit serving victims of domestic violence in the Latino immigrant community of Central New Mexico. She ran for Congress to represent NM's 1st District in 2018. She was appointed to serve in the NM State Senate in 2019.
622 Graceland Dr. SE
Albuquerque, NM, 87108
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HONOR FLIGHT OF NORTHERN NEW MEXICOHONOR FLIGHT OF NORTHERN NEW MEXICOTime: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Honor Flight will be Leaving Albuquerque Sunport for Washington DC on June 5th to see their Memorials. They will return back to the Albuquerque Sunport on Friday, June 7th. The public is invited to welcome home our heroes at the airport. They request the public be at the Albuquerque Airport by 3:30pm. This year they are taking 13 WWII War Veterans, 8 Korean War Veterans and 6 Vietnam War Veterans. The oldest Veteran on this trip is 99 years old. Please show your support and welcome them home. Albuquerque Sunport Airport
3Indivisible 505 Monthly MeetingIndivisible 505 Monthly MeetingTime: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Monthly Meeting with all members and supporters. All are welcome! Tomasita's Restuarant
4949 Pan American Freeway NE. Albuquerque
(southbound I-25 frontage road between Jefferson and Montgomery)
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Indivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingIndivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingTime: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Weekly Meeting with all members, supporters, and guest speakers, all are welcome! O'Niells Pub
4310 Central Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM
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4 5 6 7WEAR ORANGE WEEKENDWEAR ORANGE WEEKENDLooking for an opportunity to meet like-minded advocates and get more involved in the gun violence prevention movement? Attend a local #WearOrange Weekend event taking place on June 8-9, 2019!
Simply Text ORANGE to 644-33 to find an event near you! *local events sponsored by Moms Demand Action NM Chapter.
now – June 7 Help buy supplies for an ABQ shelter that houses victims of domestic violence. Charity registry online through Target: tgt.gifts/MomsSupplyDriveForSAFEhouse
Or drop off unused hygiene items at Hip Stitch – 2320 Wisconsin St NE in Albuquerque
On 6/8 we'll be at Pride Parade showing our support for our LGBTQ community – look for us near the old Highland Theater on Central – stop by for some cold water and a hug from a MOM! On 6/9 we will host a Clean Up Day at a shelter in Rio Rancho. RSVP through WearOrange.org
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East Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchEast Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchTime: 10:00 am
Roots Farm Cafe
11784 NM-337
Tijeras, NM
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8WEAR ORANGE WEEKENDWEAR ORANGE WEEKENDLooking for an opportunity to meet like-minded advocates and get more involved in the gun violence prevention movement? Attend a local #WearOrange Weekend event taking place on June 8-9, 2019!
Simply Text ORANGE to 644-33 to find an event near you! *local events sponsored by Moms Demand Action NM Chapter.
now – June 7 Help buy supplies for an ABQ shelter that houses victims of domestic violence. Charity registry online through Target: tgt.gifts/MomsSupplyDriveForSAFEhouse
Or drop off unused hygiene items at Hip Stitch – 2320 Wisconsin St NE in Albuquerque
On 6/8 we'll be at Pride Parade showing our support for our LGBTQ community – look for us near the old Highland Theater on Central – stop by for some cold water and a hug from a MOM! On 6/9 we will host a Clean Up Day at a shelter in Rio Rancho. RSVP through WearOrange.org
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HugTeam in the Pride ParadeHugTeam in the Pride ParadeWhat? Yes, we will be marching again as Moms and Dads Who Love Our Queer Kids and offering free hugs! Since my queer daughter is in NYC, it's so wonderful to open my heart here in ABQ and march with other loving parents! Please join us. WEAR: good walking shoes & lots of sunscreen plus ANYTHING colorful, fun or t-shirt statement. BRING: Portable stuff – hip or back pack, water, sunscreen, lip sunscreen, hat, snack bar, cash, kleenex. Have in your car – cooler with cold water! WE'VE GOT SIGNS: we already made sparkly signs for us to carry. MARCHING WITH: we can march with ACLU (float #23), or EQNM or PFLAG or TGRC, plus we've been invited to walk with the Maggie Toulouse Oliver for Senate group too. We'll decide on Saturday. Hiland Theater (starting point)
4820 Central Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
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Walk with Gina in the ABQ Pride ParadeWalk with Gina in the ABQ Pride ParadeTime: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
We have great news! Democracy is in motion! We qualified for public funding, so Big Money won’t be in our campaign. We exceeded our goal. Walk with the Gina Naomi Dennis Campaign for City Council District 6 in the ABQ Pride Parade. Let's meet up this Saturday, June 8th at 9 am at Girard and Central. Support ABQ LGBTQ! Wear something fun! Sign Gina's petition to get her on the ballot! Sponsored by the Campaign for Gina Naomi Dennis for City Council District 6. ABQ Pride Parade
Girard and Central
Albuquerque, NM
Fiscal Analysis WorkshopFiscal Analysis WorkshopTime: 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Will the Health Security Plan be affordable for our state? Will Health Security save us money? The 2019 legislature allocated $389,000 to the Legislative Finance Committee to find out the answers to these and other questions by conducting a fiscal analysis of the Health Security Plan. Are you interested in learning more about the fiscal analysis process? How will experts determine the cost of Health Security? What information will they need to gather? What questions will they be looking to answer? Find out at Saturday's workshop. Please RSVP to hsnmc.contact@gmail.com so we know how many people to expect. St. Andrew Presbyterian Church
5301 Ponderosa Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM
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Progressive Democrats of America Central NM GatheringProgressive Democrats of America Central NM GatheringTime: 12:30 pm
Film "The Occupation of the American Mind" Guild Theater
3405 Central NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
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New Mexico Peace Choir ConcertNew Mexico Peace Choir ConcertTime: 7:00 pm
Best of Burque: voted Albuquerque's Best Chorus
Buy tickets online at NMPeaceChoir.org
Central United Methodist Church
201 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM
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9WEAR ORANGE WEEKENDWEAR ORANGE WEEKENDLooking for an opportunity to meet like-minded advocates and get more involved in the gun violence prevention movement? Attend a local #WearOrange Weekend event taking place on June 8-9, 2019!
Simply Text ORANGE to 644-33 to find an event near you! *local events sponsored by Moms Demand Action NM Chapter.
now – June 7 Help buy supplies for an ABQ shelter that houses victims of domestic violence. Charity registry online through Target: tgt.gifts/MomsSupplyDriveForSAFEhouse
Or drop off unused hygiene items at Hip Stitch – 2320 Wisconsin St NE in Albuquerque
On 6/8 we'll be at Pride Parade showing our support for our LGBTQ community – look for us near the old Highland Theater on Central – stop by for some cold water and a hug from a MOM! On 6/9 we will host a Clean Up Day at a shelter in Rio Rancho. RSVP through WearOrange.org
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ABQ Eastside Dems – Sunday, June 9th Community GatheringABQ Eastside Dems – Sunday, June 9th Community GatheringTime: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
ABQ Eastside Dems – Sunday, June 9th Community Gathering & Presentations, 2-4 pm. The ABQ Eastside Dems is hosting our 2nd forum and community gathering, with presentations about the environment (the Climate Crisis and sustainability), and "Medicare for All". The ABQ Eastside Dems group was initiated to form enthusiasm on the East side of Albuquerque, and elect Democrats. The purpose of the group is to educate, build community and encourage collaboration amongst our wards. Please join us and invite other interested people! We will be meeting throughout the year on different topics and issues on the remaining dates in 2019: 6/9, 8/11, 9/29, and 12/8.
Home of ABQ Eastside Dems member (10709 Santa Monica Drive NE, ABQ 87122). This address shows well on Google Maps. Map
New Mexico Peace Choir ConcertNew Mexico Peace Choir ConcertTime: 3:00 pm
Best of Burque: voted Albuquerque's Best Chorus
Buy tickets online at NMPeaceChoir.org
Central United Methodist Church
201 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM
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10Indivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingIndivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingTime: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Weekly Meeting with all members, supporters, and guest speakers, all are welcome! O'Niells Pub
4310 Central Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM
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11 12Comm. Maggie Hart Stebbins Monthly Neighborhood LuncheonComm. Maggie Hart Stebbins Monthly Neighborhood LuncheonTime: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Our speakers this month are Michelle Melendez, Director of Equity & Inclusion, and Mariela Ruiz-Angel, Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs Coordinator, for the city of Albuquerque. In 1974, the Human Rights Office was established within Albuquerque city government. That Office was restructured into the Office of Equity and Inclusion by Mayor Keller to better address racial & physical disparities and to work for equal access & equitable opportunities for all people living in Albuquerque. In 2016 the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs was created within the Office of Equity and Inclusion with support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The goal of the office is to coordinate efforts to better serve immigrant and refugee residents. In April 2018, City Council passed Resolution 18-7, reaffirming and declaring Albuquerque as an Immigrant Friendly City. This month, the city council passed a resolution allocating funds to provide humanitarian support for asylum seekers traveling through Albuquerque. Michelle and Mariela will discuss these issues and how the situation on the border is impacting the city. This is a Brown Bag lunch. You bring a sandwich and we will provide the beverages. An RSVP to jhartley@bernco.gov is appreciated but not required. Bernalillo County-Wellesley Health Center
3rd Floor Training Room
2400 Wellesley NE
Albuquerque, NM
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Drinking Liberally Albuquerque ChapterDrinking Liberally Albuquerque ChapterTime: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Promoting democracy one pint at a time. Share your politics while you share a pitcher at your local progressive drinking club. An informal gathering of like-minded, left-leaners who may want to trade ideas, get more involved, or just enjoy each other’s company. Drinking Liberally Albuquerque Chapter is part of Living Liberally https://livingliberally.org/. We do not charge dues or fees. Everyone is responsible for their own tab.
O'Niell's Pub in the Heights (rear enclosed patio)
3301 Juan Tabo Blvd Ne · Albuquerque
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13Drinking Liberally – Cedar CrestDrinking Liberally – Cedar CrestTime: 5:00 pm
Greenside Cafe
12165 NM-14
Cedar Crest, NM
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14East Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchEast Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchTime: 10:00 am
Roots Farm Cafe
11784 NM-337
Tijeras, NM
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16Get Gina Naomi Dennis On the Ballot at Flying Star-Nob Hill!Get Gina Naomi Dennis On the Ballot at Flying Star-Nob Hill!Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Gina Naomi Dennis practiced federal regulatory law as an attorney for 15 years. Gina has also been a community advocate as a Coalition leader of 17 neighborhoods for 4 years. Gina is your Champion for a Safe, Healthy, Thriving Community so she is running for City Council in District 6. Our campaign qualified for public funding, so Big Money won’t be in our campaign. Now, we need to GET ON THE BALLOT! To do that, we need 500 petition signatures by June 28th. Join us at Flying Star-Nob Hill this Sunday, June 16th between 2 pm and 4 pm. Sign Gina's petition to get her on the ballot! Sponsored by the Campaign for Gina Naomi Dennis for City Council District 6.
Flying Star-Nob Hill
3416 Central SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
17Indivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingIndivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingTime: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Weekly Meeting with all members, supporters, and guest speakers, all are welcome! O'Niells Pub
4310 Central Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM
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18Ward 29C MeetingWard 29C MeetingPlease join us for a meeting to organize our grassroots effort to help keep NM Blue! There will be lots of opportunities to volunteer and we want you to get to know the Democrats in your neighborhood. Please invite your neighbors!! Garcia’s Restaurant
6961 Taylor Ranch Road NW
Albuquerque, NM
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Resist Tyranny TuesdayResist Tyranny TuesdayTime: 12:00 pm
sponsored by: Moveon.Org, Indivisible Resist Tryanny Tuesday meets every Tuesday outside the Simm's Bldg where we protest a specific topic each week, hold signs at street corners, make calls to MoCs, and speak to reps from Sens. Udall and Heinrich and Rep. Haalands offices. EVERYONE WELCOME!! Simms Building
400 Gold Ave
Albuquerque, NM
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19 20Campaign Kick Off for Judge Amber Chavez BakerCampaign Kick Off for Judge Amber Chavez BakerTime: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Join supporters of Family Court Judge Amber Chavez Baker as she kicks off her campaign to keep her District Court seat. Judge Chavez Baker was appointed by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, and now must run in the 2020 Election to keep her seat. Contributions gladly accepted, but not required. RSVP with Brian Morris at MorrisStrategies@gmail.com. Albuquerque Country Club
601 Laguna Blvd SW, Albuquerque, NM 87104
21East Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchEast Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchTime: 10:00 am
Roots Farm Cafe
11784 NM-337
Tijeras, NM
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22NM RCRC Volunteer Orientation!NM RCRC Volunteer Orientation!Time: 9:00 am
We need volunteers! There are many ways you can help women access the care they need: hosting patients in your home who can't or shouldn't stay in a hotel,
driving patients who can't or shouldn't drive themselves to their appointments,
picking up supplies for our care packages and bringing them to the office,
monitoring and recording protester activity as a legal observer.
Hospitality and driver volunteers will learn about patient instructions, aftercare, emergency procedures, and contact information. At the end of the training, you'll have everything you need to know to make sure that patients are safe and comfortable when they are in your care. You must consent to a background check and driver's record check to be a hospitality or driver volunteer. Drivers will need a mobile phone. Heightened aggression by anti-abortion protesters at clinics here in Albuquerque is continuing. Legal Observers will learn how to watch for activity that violates the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act (FACE). Legal observers do not have to be a lawyer. You must consent to a background check and driver's record check. You also need a mobile phone with picture and text messaging capability. Attending the volunteer orientation does not equal a commitment to volunteering! We encourage you to attend the orientation before you make your decision. We'll let you know the location once we get your RSVP.
Click on the link to RSVP.
Come join us for a West Side Wards Community Picnic!Come join us for a West Side Wards Community Picnic!Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Organized by Wards 16A, 16B, 29A, 29B and 29C Come meet your Democratic neighbors and learn how you can get more involved with our grass roots community! Where: Mariposa Basin Park (Taylor Ranch Road & Kachina NW) What to bring: Please bring a side dish to share, your democratic friends from the neighborhood, and your own chair if you have one! Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided. RSVP: Email jenny.dominique@gmail.com; please give you name, your Ward and Precinct (if you know them) and how many adults and kids will be joining you. We look forward to meeting you! Mariposa Basin Park
Taylor Ranch Road & Kachina NW
23 24Indivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingIndivisible Nob Hill Weekly MeetingTime: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Weekly Meeting with all members, supporters, and guest speakers, all are welcome! O'Niells Pub
4310 Central Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM
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25NM RCRC Volunteer Orientation!NM RCRC Volunteer Orientation!Time: 5:00 pm
We need volunteers! There are many ways you can help women access the care they need: hosting patients in your home who can't or shouldn't stay in a hotel,
driving patients who can't or shouldn't drive themselves to their appointments,
picking up supplies for our care packages and bringing them to the office,
monitoring and recording protester activity as a legal observer.
Hospitality and driver volunteers will learn about patient instructions, aftercare, emergency procedures, and contact information. At the end of the training, you'll have everything you need to know to make sure that patients are safe and comfortable when they are in your care. You must consent to a background check and driver's record check to be a hospitality or driver volunteer. Drivers will need a mobile phone. Heightened aggression by anti-abortion protesters at clinics here in Albuquerque is continuing. Legal Observers will learn how to watch for activity that violates the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act (FACE). Legal observers do not have to be a lawyer. You must consent to a background check and driver's record check. You also need a mobile phone with picture and text messaging capability. Attending the volunteer orientation does not equal a commitment to volunteering! We encourage you to attend the orientation before you make your decision. We'll let you know the location once we get your RSVP.
Click on the link to RSVP
26Meet and Greet SocialMeet and Greet SocialTime: 6:30 am – 8:00 am
The West Side Democrats will be hosting a Meet and Greet Social at our next meeting on Wednesday, June 26, 6:30-8 p.m. at the Don Newton Taylor Ranch Community Center, 4900 Kachina St., NW. As a Democratic leader in your community, we cordially invite you to attend this event designed to create an opportunity for West side leaders to come together and share ideas and information to help progress our democratic principles by getting out the vote in 2020. We also want to find out how the West Side Democrats can help you in your efforts. Don Newton Taylor Ranch Community Center 4900 Kachina St. NW Map
West Side Democrats Business meetingWest Side Democrats Business meetingTime: 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Don Newton Community Center, 4900 Kachina St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120 Map
West Side Democrats Meet & Greet SocialWest Side Democrats Meet & Greet SocialTime: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us for a Meet & Greet Social with our west side ward and precinct chairs. Meet the new leaders of the Democratic Party of Bernalillo County. Get to know your neighbors as we share ideas and plan for 2020. Let’s keep New Mexico blue & elect a Democrat to the White House! WSD Business Meeting 6:00 pm. Don Newton – Taylor Ranch Community Center
4900 Kachina St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120
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27Drinking Liberally – Cedar CrestDrinking Liberally – Cedar CrestTime: 5:00 pm
Greenside Cafe
12165 NM-14
Cedar Crest, NM
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28East Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchEast Mountain Democrats Weekly Coffee KlatchTime: 10:00 am
Roots Farm Cafe
11784 NM-337
Tijeras, NM
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29Summer BBQ Reception for Daymon Ely with Rep. Deb HaalandSummer BBQ Reception for Daymon Ely with Rep. Deb HaalandTime: 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Please join Daymon Ely and special guest Congresswoman Deb Haaland for a summer bbq reception. Please RSVP to Jon Lipshutz at jblipshutz@gmail.com or (505) 221-6816. The home of Daymon Ely and Cynthia Fry
659 Applewood Rd
Corrales, NM 87048
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