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Blue Monday / Wednesday

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New Locations

Blue Monday  Michigan City

Monday, August 28th, 6 PM

(The Fourth Monday of Each Month)

Holly’s Restaurant

3705 Franklin

Michigan City, IN 46360

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NOW- Blue Wednesday:  LaPorte 

Wednesday, September 13th, 6 PM

(The Second Wednesday of Each Month)

Bare Bones Gastropub

518 Lincolnway

LaPorte, IN

Are We Living in a Toxic Soup?

Issue Forum is sponsored by Progressive Democrats of LaPorte County

 

WHEN: Tuesday, August 29th, 6:00-7:30 PM

WHERE: Michigan City Public Library

          100 E 4Th St. Michigan City, IN 46360

PRESENTER:  Paul Steury, environmental educator

 

Paul, who lives in Goshen, IN, has a business called Steury Eco Consulting.  He is currently working with Goshen College and other partners to write a curriculum that helps kids think about sense of place, stewardship, energy, and climate change. He earned a bachelor's degree from Goshen College in 1988 and a graduate degree from Indiana University Bloomington in 1997.

 

Paul was the Democratic candidate for the US Congress in Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District in the 2022 Election.

 

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Salute to Labor

September 9th, 5-8 pm

FOP Michigan City

Excellent Analysis and Insights

Teri Kanefield

Musing about books, law, and politics

HOME TEAM of LaPorte County

VISION: Work together to create a county where all residents will live a life free from homelessness

MISSION: Strengthen communities in LaPorte County to prevent and eliminate homelessness by establishing a comprehensive, coordinated system that is supported by local government leaders and owned by the wider community

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