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6250 Village Pkwy, Dublin
Please help fill the food bank barrel
January 16
7PM doors open
7:30 meeting
TriValley Democratic Club meeting to elect 2017 officers &
Craig Cheslog Regional Director of Region 2 of the California Democratic Party will explain the structure and functionality of the state party.  Dr. Ron Lorenz will lead a continuation of the discussion of where we go from here, a strategy session.      Public Invited. 
Pot Luck - Please bring dessert & beverage to share.

Public Invited.  Pot Luck - Please bring dessert to share.
January 28
Doors Open 6:30
Film at 7 PM
Saturday Night at the IBEW presents “Miss Representation” 
An 88 minute documentary film by Jennifer Siebel Newsom brilliantly argues that women continue to be misrepresented in our media and the serious consequences of this truth.
Potluck Public Invited
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco
CA 94102
January 15
1:00 pm

"Our First Stand:  Save Health Care"  Rally With Nancy Pelosi.  Democratic members of Congress, trade unions, senior groups, health care activists and all those who believe in economic and social justice are organizing a day of action called “Our First Stand: Save Health Care.” Rallies will be held in communities around the country

1924 Trinity Avenue
Walnut Creek
January 20
“Obama Appreciation Day”
Hold positive signs...”Thank you President Obama”, “We will miss the Obama’s”,
“YES WE CAN!” over the 680/24 freeway overpass
Civic Park Gazebo
Walnut Creek
January 21
10:30 AM Gather
Join the Walnut Creek Women’s Walk (Guys & Kids OK too)
Join Congressman Eric Swalwell, State Senator Nancy Skinner,
 your friends & neighbors.  .In solidarity with the nationwide event
 RSVP on Facebook or
 Oakland Saturday
January 21
10 AM
Join the Nationwide Women March
the day after the inauguration will bring together those concerned with human rights, the environment, justice and democracy in a show of unity at a time those rights are being threatened. This is a nonpartisan event acknowledging that Women’s rights are Human rights. Women, men and kids are all invited to participate in the march together, in a show of readiness to protect those who are threatened or attacked. 

San Francisco

January 21
3 PM
Oak Grove Library
2661 Oak Grove Rd
Walnut Creek
Please use on street parking
January 25
7 PM
The Diablo Valley Democratic Club presents
IMMIGRATION UPDATE with Karen Ferguson, Executive Director of N. Ca. International Rescue Committee & Amy Weiss, Director of Refugee & Immigrant Services East Bay will explain their work resettling immigrants & update us on immigration issues.
February 8
7 PM
The Diablo Valley Democratic Club presents
Larry Sly, longtime executive director of the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano and Elaine Clark, executive director of Meals on Wheels Senior Outreach Services explain the challenges of fighting hunger in Contra Costa.
Lafayette Library, Community Room, 3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd Friday
January 20 Social time & Dinner begins at 7:00 PM.
Business meeting begins at 7:30 PM.

The LaMorinda Democratic Club presents Congressman Mark DeSaulnier discussing the Democratic Congressional TO DO List and our TO DO List.  Hilary Crosby CDP Controller will talk about the coming CDP Chair election at the California Democratic Convention. Vincent Casalaina, Northern California Vice Chair of the Progressive Caucus of the CDP, will speak about the Caucus’ agenda for the future, what they are planning and how we can help.

Crow Canyon Country Club
711 Silver Lake Drive, Danville
January 26
6:15 Networking
6:45 Dinner
7:15 Program
The San Ramon Valley Democratic Club  presents
The 2016 Election: Historical Perspectives; Republican Expectations, and Democratic Responses with Professor Reuel Schiller, UC Hastings Law School    
 RSVP required
Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano
4010 Nelson Avenue, Concord

The Food Bank needs your help bagging and distributing groceries at our Antioch, Bay Point, Pittsburg, Rodeo 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 each month.  See the  2017 Distribution Site Schedule for times and places.  Please sign up today by contacting (925) 676-7543 or Foodbank Volunteer Calendar for volunteer opportunities.