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IBEW Hall
6250 Village Pkwy
Dublin
Help fill the food bank barrel
Monday
January 19
Doors open 7 PM
Meeting @ 7:30
Forum @ 8 PM
The TriValley Democratic Club will meet to elect Club Officers for 2015.  Followed by a
Candidates Forum for California Senate District 7 vacated by Congressman DeSaulnier.
Assembly members Joan Buchanan & Susan Bonilla will tell the club why they deserve our endorsement.  Q&A will follow.  Members will vote by secret ballot on who to endorse.
Press & public invited.  Refreshments.
AD 16 only
Sunday
January 11
doors open 10 AM
meeting @ noon

California Democratic Party Convention Delegate Election
All registered Democrats in the 16th Assembly District may vote.  Bring your friends & family to vote for your favorite candidates.  7 men & 7 women will be elected to represent you at the Democratic Party convention & regional meetings.  List of candidates for AD 16.
All districts - voting locations and candidates

Ygnacio Valley Library, 2661 Oak Grove Rd., Walnut Creek
Help fill the food bank barrel

Please park outside the library lot.

Wednesday
January 21
7 pm

The Diablo Valley Democratic Club presents Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the 21st Century”
about relationship between income, capital and income equality. The book argues that the rate of
capital return in developed countries is persistently greater than the rate of economic growth,
and that this will cause wealth inequality to increase in the future. To address this problem,
he proposes redistribution through a global tax on wealth.  Thomas Ramsay, and John Lee
make a powerful presentation featuring graphs and charts from Piketty’s Book.

Wednesday
February 18
7 pm

The Diablo Valley Democratic Club presents Analyzing Community Choice Aggregation with Seth Baruch  President of Carbonomics.  Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) allows cities  to buy and sell energy.
 

San Leandro Public Library
384 W Estudillo Ave

Help fill the food bank barrel
Wednesday
December 10
7:30 PM

 An invitation to the Democratic Party of Alameda County Seasonal Pot Luck Party.  Bring your favorite party dish. Meet elected officials and fellow Democrats.

Martinez Senior Center
1818 Green St.
Thursday
December 11
6:30 PM

 An invitation to the Democratic Party of Contra Costa County Seasonal Pot Luck Party.  PLEASE Bring your favorite party dish and tell Sally what you plan to bring.  Bring your friends.  Meet elected officials and fellow Democrats.

Crow Canyon Country Club, Danville Thursday
January 22,
6:15 PM Networking
6:45 Dinner (Optional)
7:15 Program
The San Ramon Valley Democratic Club presents Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the 21st Century” 
about relationship between income, capital and income equality. The book argues that the rate of 
capital return in developed countries is persistently greater than the rate of economic growth, 
and that this will cause wealth inequality to increase in the future. To address this problem, 
he proposes redistribution through a global tax on wealth.  Thomas Ramsay, and John Lee 
make a powerful presentation featuring graphs and charts from Piketty’s Book.  RSVP Required

In front of the Museum on Main, 603 Main Street, downtown Pleasanton

Second
Wednesday,
7 PM

PLEASANTONIANS 4 PEACE Candlelight Vigil to reflect on the human and monetary costs of the war, honor our veterans who have sacrificed, and visualize ways of moving beyond this conflict to a more peaceful world. We are planning to continue this monthly event, the second Wednesday of the month, as long as necessary.    

Also
Peaceful War Protest on the fourth Wednesday of the month.  Please join us if you can. See  Pleasantonians4Peace.org to check for changes.  Contact: Cathe Norman (925) 462-7495.

Corners of First and Neal Streets.  Fourth
Wednesday
 5 - 6 PM

Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano
4010 Nelson Avenue, Concord

Weekday
Mornings

The Food Bank needs your help bagging and distributing groceries at our Antioch, Bay Point, Pittsburg, and San Pablo Food Assistance Program sites. Your help is also needed at the  Richmond Food for Children site. Each distribution is held one weekday morning every month (schedule) . Please sign up today by contacting volunteerhelpdesk@foodbankccs.org or (925) 676-7543 or click to help