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Future Events

February, 2021

Saturday
27

March, 2021

Tuesday
2
via Zoom -- link will be emailed upon registration
5:00 PM
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Learn about H.R. 1, the comprehensive federal reform legislation that will update elections, redistricting, and ethics laws
Wednesday
3
The series will be offered through Zoom. Please see your confirmation email for the Zoom information
Thursday
4
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Our regular monthly meeting. Email Jorie for the Zoom link.
Monday
8
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access link upon completion of your registration using the REGISTER
7:00 PM
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We invite you to join us for a panel discussion to learn about the mental health and substance use issues resulting from COVID-19 and other 2020 stressors. We will learn how families have been impacted, the role of disparities, and how providers have transformed their ways of working.
Our guest speaker will be: Marybeth Rigali-Oiler, CAYAC, Health District of Northern Larimer County;
Melita Quance, Director of Forensic Services, La Cocina;
Jesse Boyd, Co-Responder, Loveland Police Department;
Christine McCue, Program Supervisor, Peer Specialist Program, Summitstone Health Partners
Tuesday
9
Zoom Meeting
6:30 PM
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This team meets on the second Tuesday of the month. Non League members welcome, contact Barb Hansen.
Wednesday
10
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A personal essay adapted from the writer‘s TEDx talk of the same name. Adichie, celebrated author of the acclaimed Americanah (Knopf, 2013), offers a more inclusive definition of feminism, one that strives to highlight and embrace a wide range of people and experiences.
Wednesday
10
Virtual Meeting hosted by Poudre Library - Old Town
1:00 PM
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Ballot Issue talk for the issues on the Fort Collins city ballot. Given by Voter Services and hosted by Old Town Libary. Please use the Register Here button above in order to receive a Zoom invitation directly from Poudre River Libraries.
Wednesday
10
City of Fort Collins FCTV (cable channels 14 and 881)
7:00 PM
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A virtual candidate forum with the candidates running for City of Fort Collins Mayor and City Councilmember for District 1, 3, and 5; and filling the vacancy for District 4. The forum will be live-streamed on the City of Fort Collins FCTV (cable channels 14 and 881), and on their website at fcgov.com/fctv. A recording of the forum will be posted on both the Fort Collins and the League of Women Voters of Larimer County websites.
Thursday
11
Zoom Meeting
Team members will receive Zoom link
Visitors, please email Sue Taigman for Zo
11:30 AM
Thursday
11
Zoom - Please click the Register Now button to register and receive your confirmation email.
1:30 PM
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This will be a business meeting to discuss the panel presentation set for April 12.
Thursday
11
This discussion will be held on Zoom call. Please register to receive the link.
6:30 PM
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A personal essay adapted from the writer‘s TEDx talk of the same name. Adichie, celebrated author of the acclaimed Americanah (Knopf, 2013), offers a more inclusive definition of feminism, one that strives to highlight and embrace a wide range of people and experiences.
Tuesday
16
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!
Wednesday
17
ZOOM - Registration required; beginning March 1st at http://www.lwv-estespark.org/
12:00 PM
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Do you wonder how Colorado kept our recent elections safe and secure and do you worry about the security of future elections? Join the League of Women Voters of Estes Park on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at noon to hear award winning guest speakers Secretary of State Jena Griswold and Larimer County Clerk and Recorder Angela Myers. Our speakers will explain how they ensure that our votes are secure and verifiable, and what plans they have to improve voter confidence in future elections.

Secretary of State Griswold has led one of the largest voting reform packages in the nation, by expanding access to voter registration, increasing polling locations and voter drop boxes across Colorado. She is the youngest elected Secretary of State in the United States and the tenth woman to be elected to statewide office in Colorado’s history.

Larimer County Clerk Myers has been working to deliver accurate and verifiable elections for nearly eight years including two primary and general presidential elections. During that time she has modernized county records so that they are accurate, accessible and aligned with the needs of voters. This virtual event is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required.
Wednesday
17
Zoom - A confirmation email with the Zoom link will be sent to you upon completing your registration
7:00 PM
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This meeting is scheduled during Sunshine Week - a week that focuses on transparency in government. Our meeting will feature Jeffrey Roberts. Executive Director Jeffrey A. Roberts worked in journalism and public policy before coming to the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition in July 2013. Roberts is also a board member of the National Freedom of Information Coalition.

The South Larimer Discussion Group focuses on issues important to the League and of particular interest to our members who live in Loveland, Berthoud, Johnstown and the surrounding areas.
Thursday
18
Zoom - You will receive the Zoom link in your registration confirmation email.
10:00 AM
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TBA
Saturday
20
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Club Express will close down for maintenance and will not be able to post or retrieve your information.
Monday
29
Zoom - You will receive the Zoom access information after registering for this event.
7:00 PM
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You are invited to a League of Women Voters of Larimer County Community Conversation on redistricting reform at the county and municipal levels hosted by the Election Reform: Making Democracy Work Team. The meeting‘s guest speaker is Jennifer Parenti of Common Cause Colorado. Jennifer’s focus is on reforming rules that govern redistricting in Weld County right now as well as assessing if Larimer County is interested in the same. The discussion will include bill HB21-1047 County Commissioner Districts Gerrymandering, concerning the drawing of voting districts by county governments. This event is free and open to the public.

April, 2021

Monday
12
Zoom.
You will receive the Zoom access link upon completing your registration using the REGIST
7:00 PM
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The Affordable Housing Team is hosting a panel presentation on the topic of mobile home parks and their place in the affordable housing picture in Larimer County. Panel members participating are:
John Kefalas – Larimer County Commissioner
Emily Gorgol – Fort Collins City Council Member
Deb Conklin – Mobile Park Resident
JC Ward – Mobile Home Park Resident Rights Team
Ryan Mounce – Manufactured Housing Zoning.
This meeting requires you to register using the REGISTER NOW button on the right. The public is welcome!
Tuesday
13
Rotates between team members homes.
9:15 AM
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This team meets on the second Tuesday of the month. Non League members welcome, contact Barb Hansen.
Wednesday
14
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“Wow. This book totally rocks. It arrived on a day when I was in deep confusion and sadness about my age Everything about it, from my invisibility to my neck. Within four or five wise, passionate pages, I had found insight, illumination, and inspiration. I never use the word empower, but this book has empowered me.”
?Anne Lamott, New York Times bestselling author

Wednesday
14
This discussion will be held on a Zoom call. Please register to receive the link.
6:30 PM
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“Wow. This book totally rocks. It arrived on a day when I was in deep confusion and sadness about my age Everything about it, from my invisibility to my neck. Within four or five wise, passionate pages, I had found insight, illumination, and inspiration. I never use the word empower, but this book has empowered me.”
?Anne Lamott, New York Times bestselling author
Tuesday
20
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!

May, 2021

Wednesday
12
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“Disability rights activist Alice Wong brings tough conversations to the forefront of society with this anthology. It sheds light on the experience of life as an individual with disabilities, as told by none other than authors with these life experiences. It‘s an eye-opening collection that readers will revisit time and time again.” —Chicago Tribune
Wednesday
12
This discussion will be held on a Zoom call. Please register to receive the link.
6:30 PM
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“Disability rights activist Alice Wong brings tough conversations to the forefront of society with this anthology. It sheds light on the experience of life as an individual with disabilities, as told by none other than authors with these life experiences. It‘s an eye-opening collection that readers will revisit time and time again.” —Chicago Tribune
Tuesday
18
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!
Friday
21
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
4:00 PM
Saturday
22
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
4:00 PM

June, 2021

Wednesday
9
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"Weapons of Math Destruction is the Big Data story Silicon Valley proponents won‘t tell. . . . [It] pithily exposes flaws in how information is used to assess everything from creditworthiness to policing tactics . . . a thought-provoking read for anyone inclined to believe that data doesn‘t lie.”—Reuters
Wednesday
9
This discussion will be held on a Zoom call. Please register to receive the link.
6:30 PM
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"Weapons of Math Destruction is the Big Data story Silicon Valley proponents won‘t tell. . . . [It] pithily exposes flaws in how information is used to assess everything from creditworthiness to policing tactics . . . a thought-provoking read for anyone inclined to believe that data doesn‘t lie.”—Reuters
Monday
14
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TBA
Tuesday
15
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!

July, 2021

Monday
12
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access link upon completing your registration using the REGISTER NO
6:00 PM
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TBA
Wednesday
14
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"Emily Guendelsberger gives a sense of just how far we are from that dream in On the Clock, a jaunty but dispiriting memoir of her work at three low-rung jobs: at a call center, a McDonald‘s, and an Amazon warehouse."?Caleb Crain, The New Yorker
Wednesday
14
This discussion will be held on a Zoom call. Please register to receive the link.
6:30 PM
Tuesday
20
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!

August, 2021

Monday
9
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom link for this meeting when you register. Please use the REGISTER HE
7:00 PM
Tuesday
17
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!

September, 2021

Monday
13
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom link upon completing your registration using the REGISTER NOW button
7:00 PM
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TBA
Tuesday
21
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!

October, 2021

Tuesday
19
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!
Wednesday
20

November, 2021

Tuesday
16
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86403667915
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a nationwide League campaign that engages Leagues in advancing core democracy issues of: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, Campaign Finance Reform and Redistricting.

The Election Reform team advocates for the National Popular Vote, Alternative Voting Methods to plurality voting; open, honest and transparent elections; curbing the influence of soft and dark money in elections and call for the public funding of elections.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!

April, 2024

Tuesday
2
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This meeting is for all team leaders and second members of each team to follow up on the Program planning meeting in January.