Come celebrate the holidays with the Diversity Caucus!
We invite you to join us at the Galerie Intemporel for an evening of art and activism. Come out and learn more about the Diversity Caucus and our plans for the upcoming year. Meet new people, reconnect with old friends and of course make sure you are registered to vote in 2020.
Thursday, December 12, 2019 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
37 rue Quincampoix
Metro: 1, 4, 7, 11, 14
RER: A, B, D
Light refreshments (wine and snacks) will be provided.
Please consider a 10€ minimum donation to help cover the cost of this and future events. You can donate online using the "Purchase Tickets" link below. Capacity is limited so RSVP now!
Join us for the last Wine Whine of 2019!
Sommelier Steph will lead us through a tasting of harvest time/autumnal foods and the wines with which to pair them.
Snacks and wine tastings included in the CHF 25 entry.
- Americans: CHF 35 (CHF 10 donation to DACH included)
- Non-Americans: CHF 25
A private residence in Bruderholz.
The address will be sent to you upon registration/proof of payment.
About Sommelier Steph
After devoting 17 years to emergency and critical care veterinary nursing, Steph decided to leave medicine and turn her much loved wine hobby into a second career. She began working at a Finger Lakes winery where she immersed herself in every aspect of wine making: vineyard experience, harvest and crush, and the tasting room where she honed her skills in food and wine pairing. While working in the winery, she joined a company which provided small, semi-private, educational wine tours within the FLX region. Within this time she also became beverage manager and wine captain of a high-end catering company, where she was able to continue her work with local winemakers in putting together tasting menus for private events.
She obtained her sommelier training through The Court of Master Sommeliers and is a member of the Guild of Sommeliers. She is currently a member of the sommelier team at Les Trois Rois, a 5-star hotel in Basel, where she serves as the bar sommelier and bar supervisor.
She lives in Muttenz with her husband Richard, her dog Gracie, and her super adorable kitty Ophelia.
Join Germany's Black Caucus for our monthly Sunday brunch event. This event is open to everyone. We will eat, drink, discuss, and plan for the 2020 elections. Brunch starts at 10 am. We'll be there until 14:00, so come by and share your thoughts with us.
The Breakfast-Buffet is 16.90 € per person. Children 5 and under eat for free, children 6-11 are half price.
We will have brunch once a month and the next brunch is on Sunday, January 12, 2019, so mark your calendars.
RSVP's, while not required, are appreciated.
Let's celebrate a year of Democrats winning elections across the nation and plan together for how we can ensure 2020 will be successful at all levels of government. We'll talk about the Global Presidential Primary on Super Tuesday here in Hannover and discuss further ways to Get Out the Vote. We look forward to seeing everyone who has come out this past year, and if you've never been to a Dems Abroad event, we'd love for you to stop by and see what we're all about!
Thanks for a great first year of the Hannover Precinct!
We'll meet at 3 pm at Le Arcate for about an hour and then head off to the Christmas Market. Please RSVP so we can reserve the table accordingly.
The Growth Faculty and the American Association of Singapore, in partnership, present In Conversation with President Barack Obama.
President Obama's path to success is unlike any other. As a global leader, pioneer and 44th president of the United States, his journey is one of resilience, perseverance and triumph, the result of exceptional determination and true tenacity.
In times of great challenge and change, President Obama’s leadership ushered in a stronger economy, a more equal society, a nation more secure at home and more respected around the world.
At this special event, President Obama will discuss his time in office and his thoughts on leadership in the world.
"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.
We are the change that we seek."
President Barack Obama
Experience one of the most influential world leaders of our generation, President Barack Obama.
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We’ll start the year with a bit more business, discussing the state of our chapter, our 2020 strategy and budget. Our guest for the evening is Ron Schlundt, DAG Treasurer and long-time member. Now’s the time to find out everything you ever wanted to know about what happens to your donations (thank you), and the best way to support the candidate(s) of your choice.
2020 is going to be a pivotal year for the future of American democracy. At Democrats Abroad Germany, we remain committed to mobilizing the over 100,000 Americans in Germany to restore respect, dignity, and ingenuity to our nation’s highest offices.
Getting Republicans out and Democrats in next year, however, is going to be a collective effort. It’s going to require us to work together nationwide like never before, keeping our eyes set on one main goal: getting each and every American in Germany to vote.
As 2020 approaches, we would thus like to cordially invite you to join us in our efforts by attending the
2020 Annual General Meeting of Democrats Abroad Germany focused on “Getting Out the Vote – At Home and Abroad” from Friday, January 24 to Sunday, January 26, 2020 at the Literaturhaus München Salvatorplatz 1, 80333 Munich
A great series of events are planned to help us – Democrats across Germany – connect and discuss our voter outreach efforts in 2020. These events are outlined in our tentative
- On Friday, January 24, we’ll kick off the weekend by volunteering with the Münchner Tafel, a local food bank, to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day (10:00-14:00). We’ll also hear from the Women’s Caucus, which has put together a fantastic panel and performance centered around the topic “Don’t Get Mad, Get Even – Electing People Who Will Create Balance” (16:00-20:00). The first evening will come to a close with a welcome cocktail reception where we can connect with each other over drinks (starting at 19:30).
- On Saturday, January 25, the main meeting focused on “Getting Out the Vote – At Home and Abroad” will be held (9:00-17:30). We will begin with an introduction to our organization and briefly highlight our activities across Germany over the past year. Our full attention will then be directed at how we can work together nationwide to get out the vote in 2020. We will round off the main meeting by reviewing our organization’s bylaws as well as vote on any suggested changes to them. Suggested changes may be submitted until December 31, 2019, and should be directed to email@example.com. Following the meeting, we’ll gather for a three-course gala dinner at the nearby restaurant Zum Franziskaner and hear from a guest speaker passionate about getting out the vote in 2020 (19:30-22:00).
- On Sunday, January 26, we want to make sure that those from out of town have some time to see the city and have scheduled a walking tour of Munich (11:00-12:30). Following the tour, everyone is welcome to join us at the tasty vegetarian restaurant Prinz Myshkin for a farewell luncheon that will leave us invigorated for the election season ahead (12:30-14:00).
Register today for this exciting weekend with passionate and inspiring Democrats from across Germany! Registration will close on January 17, 2020. Payment must be received by January 20, 2020.
To attend the meeting, we are asking for a donation of 10€ for the Women’s Caucus event and 25€ for the main meeting on Saturday. This is an early bird offer. Beginning December 1st, the suggested donation for the main meeting will increase to 35€. Participants do have to pay for meals and coffee breaks, which are available at the following costs:
- Saturday lunch: 20€
- Saturday coffee breaks (includes two): 10€
- Saturday gala dinner (three-course meal): 40€
Under the rules of the Democratic Party and Democrats Abroad, a fee for attending the meeting is not allowed. However, we kindly ask for a donation to cover use of the Literaturhaus München, technical equipment, copies, and supplies. We ask that you donate this amount to cover the expenses of hosting the meeting and avoid drawing down the DA Germany treasury, which is devoted to getting out the vote. Participants do have to pay for meals and coffee breaks.
Stipends for Attending
DA Germany understands the accompanying financial cost of attending the Annual General Meeting. To ensure as many members are able to attend as possible, DA Germany will be offering eight stipends that will cover attendance on Saturday, the gala dinner on Saturday night, and up to 50€ for transportation costs. The deadline to apply is Saturday, November 30, and recipients will be notified by Saturday, December 7.
If you are interested in applying for a stipend, please complete this application.
Homestays will be available thanks to DA Germany members in the Munich area. If you are interested in having a homestay, please complete the following survey so that we can make sure you are matched with an appropriate host: “need a homestay” survey. As soon as a homestay has been found, you will be contacted via email.
For those in Munich who would be willing to host another member of DA Germany, please fill out this survey to sign up as a host: “homestay host” survey.
If you would prefer to stay in a hotel, the Munich Chapter has compiled a list of hotels, which include several hotels offering us a discounted rate.
We hope that you will join us for this weekend geared at bringing Democrats together and energizing us for the momentous 2020 election season. On behalf of the entire volunteer team already at work planning the meeting, we say:
Democrats Abroad will be voting to determine who gets our delegates in 2020! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in volunteering.
¡Be the Margin of Victory!
2020 is going to be a pivotal year for the future of American democracy. At Democrats Abroad Mexico, we remain committed to mobilizing the over 200,000 United States Voters in Mexico to restore respect, dignity, and integrity to our nation’s highest offices.
Getting Republicans out and Democrats in next year, however, is going to be a collective effort. It’s going to require us to work together nationwide like never before, keeping our eyes set on one main goal: getting each and every US voter in Mexico to vote.
As 2020 approaches, we would thus like to cordially invite you to join us in our efforts by attending the
2020 Annual General Meeting of Democrats Abroad Mexico focused on “Being the Margin of Victory” from
Friday, March 27 to Sunday, March 29, 2020 at the Hilton Guadalajara Midtown.
A great series of events are planned to help us – Democrats across Mexico – connect and discuss our voter outreach efforts in 2020. These events are outlined in our tentative schedule, please check back for updates.
- On Friday, March 27th, we’ll kick off the weekend with a Welcome Cocktail Reception in the City of Roses on the pool terrace of the Hilton overlooking Guadalajara where we can connect with each other over drinks 6:00 PM.
- On Saturday, March 28th, the workshops scheduled focusing on “Being the Margin of Victory will be held TBD. Following the workshops, hear from our keynote speaker who is passionate about getting out the vote in 2020
- On Sunday, March 29th, we will conduct our country business meeting at TBD and enjoy inspirational closing comments.
Register today for this exciting weekend with passionate and inspiring Democrats from across Mexico! Online registration will close on March 20th, 2020. Early registration is encouraged to help us plan and to avoid "at door" registration fees.
To attend the conference the cost is $1,500 pesos, this is an early bird offer. Beginning January 16th, the cost for the main conference will increase to $1,800 through March 20th. Ticket price on the day of the conference is $1,900. Included in this cost is the opening welcome reception, workshops, keynote speaker and coffee breaks. Other costs for the event are:
- Optional Saturday Lunch: $300. (limited seating for 50 attendees)
- Optional Saturday Cocktail and/or Gala Dinner Fundraiser: $TBD
Under the rules of the Democratic Party and Democrats Abroad, a fee for attending the Sunday morning business meeting is not allowed. However, we kindly ask for a donation to cover use of the conference facility, technical equipment, copies, and supplies. We ask that you donate this amount to cover the expenses of hosting the meeting and avoid drawing down the DA Mexico treasury, which is devoted to getting out the vote. Participants do have to pay for meals and coffee breaks.
Hotel Enjoy the conference in the comfort of the fabulous Hilton Guadalajara Midtown, a 5-star hotel in the heart of restaurants and shopping in Colonia Providencia. The hotel is gracious to allow conference attendees to book (per night) for $1,800 + IVA for a single or $2,000 + IVA for a double. These prices include a full gourmet breakfast buffet. You can cancel up to 48 hours before the conference at no charge. Rooms are limited, so we encourage you to reserve your rooms now or early on. The offer is good until March 15, 2020.
Included in your stay is a luxury accommodation with fabulous views, bellhop and maid service tips included, free standard Wi-Fi, full fitness center and open-air pool access, 24-hour room service, concierge services, and complimentary executive shuttle transportation to two zones – Sao Paolo restaurant zone and Andares Mall. Check-in 3:00 pm, Check-out 12:00 noon.
Parking is additional at $70 pesos per day. (this price still TBD)
The hotel will honor the same price for up to TWO nights both before and after the conference dates. Come and stay longer and enjoy all that Guadalajara has to offer! They will also accommodate a third or fourth person in a double room at $40 USD per night/per person plus IVA (sales tax), and this price includes breakfast. Please register with the hotel through the link below, but if you have any questions, please call Andrea Robles at 33-4160-0144.
RESERVE HOTEL HERE
Homestays will be available thanks to DA Mexico members in the Guadalajara area. If you are interested in having a homestay, please let us know by writing to Lily Walker at email@example.com
We hope that you will join us for this weekend geared at bringing Democrats together and energizing us for the momentous 2020 election season. On behalf of the entire volunteer team already at work planning the meeting, join us in "Being the Margin of Victory" in 2020!