Events Calendar


March 2018


Women’s History Month

This is Women’s History Month. It is a good time to visit our Women’s History web site at and add your biographical sketch, essay or commentary honoring a woman who has inspired and been an exemplar for you personally or in the public arena.

March 24, Saturday

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10:30 A.M.
Candidate for Governor, Stacey Evans Dawson County Public Library
Dawson County 
Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for Governor. Dawson County Public library (342 Allen Street, Dawsonville, 30534); donuts, coffee, brief meeting at 10:30. Rep. Abrams at 11:30.





1:00 p.m.

The kids and families of March For Our Lives and Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement, UGA Students and Mom Demands Action will stand in solidarity with the survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High School massacre, to support school safety and push back against gun violence. March with us in Washington DC or:
March locally by meeting us at UGA Arch  Downtown Athens, Athens, GA .

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Join the citizens of Banks, Hall, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, White and Habersham counties to rally with us at the downtown Clarkesville Gazebo, 555 Monroe Street, Clarkesville, Georgia. 

Beginning at 10am on March 24, teachers, students and families will rally in downtown Clarkesville, GA to demand that their lives and safety become a priority.  The collective voices of the March For Our Lives movement will be heard.

School safety is not a political issue.  There cannot be two sides to doing everything in our power to ensure the lives and futures of children who are at risk of dying when they should be learning, playing, and growing.  The mission and focus of the Northeast Georgia March For Our Lives is to demand that a comprehensive and effective bill be immediately brought before the Georgia General Assembly and the U.S. Congress to address these gun issues.  No special interest group, no political agenda is more critical than timely passage of legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues that are rampant in our country.

Change is coming. Stand with us.  Tell your friends and join us.


12 PM – 2 PM


March for Our Lives: Dahlonega
Since Sandy Hook, 464 students and teachers have died from more than 230 school shootings, and there have been more than 1800 deaths in the US from mass shootings. Even one more is far too many. As students, teachers, and everyday Americans, we have had enough.
Congress says they cannot act. We call BS. We will not stand for this broken system. We will not stand idly by while classrooms become places of fear. We will not be quiet while the NRA and the Gun Lobby give bloody money to Congress while more victims die.
Join us to demand that our state and our nation take action NOW to enact meaningful gun control.Public  Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site1 Public Sq, Dahlonega, Georgia 30533
Hosted by UNG College Democrats,   Indivisible Lumpkin and Dahlonega Feminist Egalitarian Movement
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6:00 p.m. 

Rabun County Democrats. Stacy Abrams, Democratic Candidate For Governor will be in Rabun County. Location: Food Bank, 46 Plaza Way, Clayton, GA 30525.

March 31, Saturday


10:30 A.M.
Dawson County Democrats.
Speaker John Noel,  Public Service Commissioner Candidate at 10:45;  John Noel has been helping Dawson County with a Climate Change program that is almost ready to send to all of you for your use—if you wish. He is a great candidate!

Speaker,Stacey Evans, Democratic candidate for Governor at 11:15.
Dawson County Public Library. Coffee and donuts 10:30

April 3 Tuesday


6:30 p.m.
Habersham Democrats
will meet at the Cornelia Library, 301 N. Main Street, Cornelia, Georgia. We’ll have several guest speakers, including David Cooper, candidate for 9th District Congress. For more information about the Habersham County Democrats go to:

April 12 Thursday


6:00 PM
Monthly Meeting Union County Democratic Party. This will be a joint meeting with The Towns County Democrats. plan for the NE Ga Candidate Forum. Unity Church of Blairsville,  298 School Circle,
Please bring a covered dish and join in the fun.

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6:00 p.m.
Towns County Democrats will be joining Union County Democrats at their monthly meeting.  Unity Church of Blairsville,298 School Circle,
Please bring a covered dish and join in the fun. I look forward to seeing many T.C. Dems in Blairsville to build the momentum to our upcoming Candidate Forum.

April 14  Saturday

1:30 am to 1:30 pm
Spring Luncheon –will be  at Tam’s in Cumming, Georgia.
This will be a lovely plated lunch—the food there is wonderful.  We will also give out yearly awards and have an inspiring speaker.
You will receive more information about this event soon.
Please add it to your calendar and President’s begin planning awards you would like to give!!
The cost will be $40 a person.

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April 18 – May 2  Wednesday

The Science and Literature of Ecology

A Presentation of The Institute fro Continuing Learning 

1:10 pm – 3:10 pm
      3 Sessions
At Young Harris college

The Institute for Continuing Learning (ICL) at Young Harris College will present a class on the science and literature of ecology offering a vision for practical ways to address the coming crisis.

It will be taught by Brenda Hull, Steve Harvey, and Jennifer and Don Cordier who make up the local folk music group, Butternut Creek and Friends, and are members of the Environment Committee of the Public Policy Network.

Brenda, a former professor of biology at Young Harris College, will give a presentation on the science of ecology, Steve, a writer and former professor of English at YHC will conduct a reader’s theater of the literature of ecology, and Jennifer and Don—local gardeners—will offer a vision for the future. Don with experience in building solar houses will look as well at solar solutions. Join them as they use literature, science, vegetables, sunlight, and song to take on the world’s most vexing problem.


April 19 Thursday


6:30 p.m.
White County Democratic Party.
April meeting at the Helen Library. John Noel, a candidate for the Georgia PSC, will provide information on the debacle of the expansion of the Plant Vogtle nuclear reactors.


May 5 Saturday

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NE GA Democratic Party Candidate Forum
Refreshments will be served. Please bring a friend and bring a portable chair. Mark your calendar so you don’t forget! We encourage all to show your support for our democratic friends who are challenging the status quo and leading the charge to turn GA blue. 
Meeks Park, Pavilion #3.

May 6 Sunday


 Hall County Democrats. We’re planning our annual Multicultural Picnic. Mark your calendars and plan to join us at the Dogwood Pavilion in Longwood Park in Gainesville for an afternoon of family fun and fellowship. We will share details as we firm up speakers, menu, and activities.

May 19 Saturday


Save the Date

The next Meeting of the 9th DDWN will be hosted by the Gilmer county Democratic Party 11:30 to 1 pm location to be announced

May 24th Thursday


State Dinner to Feature Senator Doug Jones

Georgia Democrats will be ready to celebrate our slate of candidates and officially kick off the General Election season with our State Dinner.

Join us, and more than 1,000 members of your Democratic family at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Atlanta for a night to remember with speakers ready to celebrate our ticket and energize our base.

And our keynote speaker? He’s a pretty big deal.

The winner of the most exciting United States Senate race we can remember. The Democrat that proves you can win anywhere if you stay true to your values. The man that sparked a movement to our West…

United States Senator Doug Jones!

Tickets will be on sale shortly. We sold out last year, so be sure to act early. We will email you all the details soon.