Come join us in Stafford for a potluck party! Enjoy some home cooked food without the awkward political arguments over Thanksgiving dinner. Bring along and show off your own traditional family dishes. Best Thanksgiving Pie Contest. Do you think you have the best pie recipe? Let's have a taste! Start thinking about those famous family recipes you could show off as your potluck contribution! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for your dish category and enter the pie contest And join us on November 10th for a mingle and some potluck party planning!
Come and join Democrats Abroad NRW for a thanksgiving potluck.
Get together with other Americans to celebrate this special day!
Please let us know what you are bringing in this google form!
25 November 2017 POTLUCK THANKSGIVING PARTY! 1:00pm – 4:00 pm
Condominio Greenhouse in San Rafael de Escazú
Potluck Thanksgiving dinner celebration. We provide the Turkey and you provide a dish to share and a beverage. Don’t worry, there will be lots of choices for vegetarians. A good time for everyone to get together before the holidays. Our Secretary, Barbara Steenstrup has generously opened her beautiful home to us. There is one request and that is that no pork products be brought into her home. Please be respectful when planning your dish. You must RSVP. For more details please click the following link: http://whoozin.com/TUY-9A7-PDGF
50-50 DRAWING: Bring extra money for the 50-50 drawing to win a chance at receiving 50% of what is raised from it.
TICKETS: ₡1,000 each
(money raised goes towards our Get Out the Vote efforts)
FREE TRANSFER FROM SAN JOSE:
SAN JOSE - Those desiring a free ride to Escazú can meet at Teatro Nacional by 12:15 am promptly or earlier if all who reserved are present. We will provide a free ride back to San José at 4:00 pm.
RIDE RSVP: Call Nelleke 8614-2622 or
Email Maxine - email@example.com
You NEED to make a reservation for a ride.
If you have any questions, please call Kathy at 2244-2247 or email DemocratsAbroadCostaRica@gmail.com
Democrats Abroad Greece
will be celebrating Thanksgiving on Sunday November 26th
It’s FALL, y’all! And that means it’s time to
enjoy indoor time with friends over great food
and maybe even “talk a little turkey!”
Guest Speaker: Sophia Kouvelaki
Executive Director, The Home Project, Athens
Providing housing and services
for unaccompanied minors who are refugees
Holiday Recipe Contest Winner TBA – Have you sent yours in yet?
Turkey-of-the-Year pick is preparing for plucking
Friends and family are welcome to this holiday that celebrates immigration so beautifully with thanks and appreciation for bridging cultures. Bring Yiayia and Papou, the kids and your Greek friends as well. No time like the present to be inclusive by example.
The menu is full of delightful dishes and the program will tickle your turkey bone!
Served Family Style the menu includes: homemade breads, green salad with pomegranate walnuts, turkey with pine nut dressing, (vegetarian option—Spanakopita), sweet potato puree, scalloped corn and cranberry sauce, red or white wine in a carafe for 4, soft drinks, and pumpkin pie with raisins.
€25 per person, including VAT
Tips will be collected separately.
15 Pandrosou and 7 Mnisikleous
PLEASE RSVP by Wednesday, November 22nd 9 pm
Just complete the RSVP form and hit the Submit button at the bottom.
Payment for your party will need to be made in cash, at the door by any member of your group with a US passport. AthChap has worked out a speedo sign-in to minimize delays!
Holiday Recipe Contest – Deadline Friday!
Well-known cookbook author Diana Farr Louis is standing by to help choose the winners. The recipe contest deadline is coming up soon—November 17th. Submissions are being accepted, in these categories: soup, salad/appetizer, entrée, side dish, dessert. Send to Marion Kavallieros or Ted Theo at the emails below. firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
Make a Day of It!
There are Holiday Happenings all over Athens on the 26th—the AWOG Bazaar is on from 11 am until 7pm at the War Museum as well as the Anglican Bazaar at Zappeion. The DAGR Thanksgiving Luncheon will make for a delicious break between bazaars!
Join members and friends of the Heidelberg Chapter of Democrats Abroad to celebrate Thanksgiving together. Turkey will be provided. Everyone should bring a side dish. Casual attire.
RSVP for address and more details
Black Lives Matter! But what do you *really* know about the movement? What you read is probably ... well ... not very *real*.
Join us as our *real-live* fellow Democrats Abroad members show us how to hunt down honest journalism, balanced news, and no less than the truth. Plus a glass of wine ;-) (or a cup of tea!)
Get all the voting and action info you need here:
Thanksgiving is around the corner! Join us for our Annual Celebration!
Sunday, November 26, 5 PM at Jägerhaus am Kehr, Borheckstraße 66a, 37085 Göttingen.
Herr and Frau Thormeyer welcome us, again, to a roast turkey dinner served buffet-style. This includes locally-sourced organic turkey, with stuffing, gravy and side dishes of mashed/puréed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, fresh cranberry sauce, green beans, and other vegetables.
Following tradition, participants are invited to bring something sweet for the dessert buffet.
Cost (beverages not included): 20.00 Euros for adults 12.00 Euros for vegan dinner which includes Cynthia’s highly-praised homemade “Faux Turkey” (8.50 Euros vegetables alone), 8.50 Euros for children 7 - 14 (free for younger).
For questions or if interested in "Faux Turkey" option, please indicate by writing to Info-DE-Goettingen@democratsabroad.org.
All expats are welcomed to connect around this important American tradition.
For anyone who needs help with transportation, we will be happy to organize. Buses #71, #72 and #73 also service this area.
We’re back to our new schedule of MOVIE-MEET in Guadalajara where we introduce movies on a variety of subjects sure to pique your interest and opinions. The movie this time is Pride.
Estamos de regreso con el nuevo calendario de Reuniones de Cine en Guadalajara donde presentamos películas sobre temas variados que de seguro serán de su interés y los motivarán a la reflexión, esta vez presentaremos PRIDE.
PRIDE is inspired by an extraordinary true story. It's the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike, prompting a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists to raise money to support the strikers' families. Initially rebuffed by the Union, the group identifies a tiny mining village in Wales and sets off to make their donation in person. As the strike drags on, the two groups discover that standing together makes for the strongest union of all. (Rotten Tomatoes review)
PRIDE está basada en una extraordinaria historia real. Es el verano de 1984, Margaret Thatcher está en el poder y la Unión Nacional de Mineros está en huelga. Esto motiva a un grupo de activistas homosexuales y lesbianas con sede en Londres a recabar fondos para apoyar a las familias de los huelguistas. Inicialmente son rechazados por la Unión, pero el grupo identifica un pequeño pueblo minero en Gales y se lanza a llevar su donativo en persona. A medida que la huelga continúa, los dos grupos descubren que trabajando juntos logran una unión más fuerte para ambos. (Reseña de Rotten Tomatoes)
Since it will be lunch time, you’re invited to bring something to share to eat and a serving utensil (whatever you'd like!) as well as what you would like to drink. We'll provide paper plates, cups, flatware, and napkins. Each attendee donates $20 pesos to use the salon and AmSoc’s big screen, but we will not be using the kitchen.
Dado que la función será a la hora de la comida los invitamos a llevar algo para compartir (¡cualquier cosa que se les antoje!). No olviden traer cubiertos para servir, así como sus bebidas. Nosotros tendremos platos desechables, vasos, cubiertos y servilletas. Cada asistente hace un donativo de $20 pesos por el uso del lugar y la pantalla de AmSoc pero no tenemos acceso a la cocina.
Hope to see you there!
¡Esperamos verlos allá!
Jean-Pierre LaRochelle and his monthly roundup of political events including some good news about the Democratic win this month. Who won this election? Progressives, women and a big turnout in candidates and voters. Twice as many Democrats contested GOP state House seats as in 2013—and they helped push other candidates to victory.
The focus for the newly formed DAUK Tax Committee is on supporting DA International Taxation Task Force‘s work on Residency Based Taxation. Our main topic for this month’s meeting will be to discuss tax fears by expats, how this holds them back from voting, and why it’s hurting expats from getting RBT passed. Click here for more details and to register. If you are unable to attend this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list to keep up to date with the actions from this task force.