DAROK First Annual Fundraiser: Pod Wars!
Games, silent auction, raffle, and more!
Getting out the vote to Americans abroad has never been more crucial, and you can help by joining our First Annual Fundraiser: Pod Wars! Take a look at our event page!
How It Works
This year our fundraiser will consist of limited in-person and online events. Up to eight "Pods" of four people will play a series of games against fellow Pod members and other Pod teams across South Korea. Refreshments will be provided to guests, and we will end the evening with both an online raffle and silent auction!
Saturday, October 23, 2021
Introduction by DAROK's Chair, meet-and-greet, and games: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Online Raffle Drawing: 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Online Silent Auction: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (continuous throughout event)
Pod locations (TBA) and Zoom
How You Can Help
Click here to join a pod and enjoy food/beverages provided by DAROK, games, one online raffle ticket, and access to our online silent auction!
Please note that you must be a registered DAROK member to participate in this event.
Contact Us: [email protected]
Zurich has enjoyed a rich history, from modest beginnings as a Celtic village to influential financial centre. Along the way it has been home to the Protestant Reformation, Russian Communism, and Dadaism.
Join city historian Paul Doolan for a two hour stroll as he guides you along Roman ruins and medieval alleyways, literary cafes and grand hotels, while revealing the city’s secret history of Jewish pogroms and religious executions. Walk in the footsteps of Paracelsus, Casanova, Wagner, Albert Einstein, Rosa Luxemburg, and Lenin. Enjoy the art of Henry Moore, Nikki de St. Phalle, and Sigmar Polke. Be inspired by the city that inspired great writers like Goethe, Victor Hugo, James Joyce, Patricia Highsmith, Franz Kafka, Bertolt Brecht, and Thomas Mann.
This event is a fundraiser for Democrats Abroad Switzerland, although it is open to non-US citizens as well.
- Adults: CHF 10
- Children: CHF 5
Payment can be made ahead of time via bank transfer, PayPal, or Twint.
RSVPing on this site does not reserve your spot on the tour; you must buy a ticket at Eventzilla.
Democrats Abroad Japan Tokai Chapter has been quiet for the first part of 2021, but we'd love to host an online Google Meet get-together for all of our members. It's a chance to catch up with members of our community, talk about the rest of the year, and connect with our friends and neighbors.
The meeting will be on Saturday, October 23rd at 6:30 PM. Joining is simple: We will send a Google Meets link.
Make sure you have a webcam, microphone, and a stable Internet connection in a private room.
If you are interested in attending our online gathering, just RSVP below. If you have any questions or concerns about using Google Meets, please feel free to let us know.
We hope to see you on Google Meets!
This month, we will be reading 'Nick' by Michael Ferris Smith.''Critically acclaimed novelist Michael Farris Smith pulls Nick Carraway out of the shadows and into the spotlight in this "masterful" look into his life before Gatsby ''All readers are welcome. RSVP to receive the meeting information - depending on the current COVID situation, we will either meet on Zoom or in person.
Help us grow our membership! Help us make the 2022 mid-term elections a success! And – oh, yes – enjoy connecting and reconnecting with other passionate Democrats living here in Oxford!
RSVP to let us know you’re coming, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Please wear a mask, use hand sanitiser, maintain distance from others, and take a lateral flow test before attending. Do not attend if you feel unwell.
Join DACN for a sunny-side-up Country Meeting!
Attendees can expect a report on Bylaws, Events, Finances, Special Elections 2021, and GOTV 2022.
~ RSVP for the Zoom meeting info ~
Join us for an in-person chapter meet-up to see out October!We'll plan to meet near the Rotunda at Observatory Hill in Sydney. Bring some snacks and refreshments (and seating if you prefer), and spend a Sunday afternoon with your fellow Democrats to chat all things U.S. politics!In the event of inclement weather, we'll send out comms by Saturday (23rd) afternoon to reflect a new date and/or venue, so please RSVP to make sure you don't miss out.Hope to see you there!
Join the Democrats Abroad State Teams to discuss GOTV plans for the 2022 Midterm elections. From determining which races need the most attention to addressing voter support needs, it's all hands on deck to ensure that we keep Congress and flip even more Senate seats.
We'll also look at critical state races from the Gubernatorial to the State Legislatures with a view to key issues and voting rights. It's also a good to chance to look at the redistricting process and see where we will need to focus our efforts after the lines are redrawn.
In the meantime, join us on Slack to find out what the states are planning and get involved.
If you have any questions, please write to [email protected].
After one-and-a-half years of virtural meeting, Solidarity Sundays Europe is getting real again!Solidarity Sunday … or Friday or Saturday … wherever you are in Europe, we want you to attend a Democrats Abroad event near you in October. Next year will be demanding. But, before it starts, let's reconnect with our community and re-charge our activist spirit. Meet up with people who will be working with you to save Democracy back home.Solidarity Sundays in Vienna meets for outdoor drinks and merriment on Sunday, October 24. RSVP for location and Covid safety requirements for the event.
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For our Books and Cocktails closing event, we offer you four recipes to choose from— two alcoholic options and two non-alcoholic! Choose the recipe below that you prefer or make something completely different. Bring a book recommendation and let’s raise our glasses to a wonderful literary festival! And don't forget to RSVP below!
Virgin Cucumber Gimlet
1.5 oz club soda
4-5 slices of muddled cucumber 1 oz fresh lime juice
1 oz simple syrup
Optional: 2 oz gin
Combine all ingredients and shake with ice. Serve in a rocks glass over crushed ice. Garnish with a rolled cucumber slice. You can also add gin, if you like.
Virgin Rasperry Kir
I think this non-alcoholic kir is better like this than with white wine!
1 1/2 oz. raspberry syrup
sparkling cider or white grape juice lemon twist
Pour syrup into a chilled wine glass. Add a half glass of juice or sparkling cider and stir gently. Twist lemon peel over the glass and drop it in.
The kir comes from Canon Félix Kir (1876 - 1968), a French Catholic priest, resistance fighter and mayor of Dijon, who wanted to promote Burgundy products, in this case black currants (cassis).
Plum-Basil Gin Fizz
1 ripe plum, pitted, half diced and half sliced 5 large basil leaves
2 oz. gin
1 oz. simple syrup
Seltzer, to top drink
Lime wedge, for garnish
In a cocktail shaker, muddle the diced plum and basil leaves. Fill the shaker with ice; add the gin & simple syrup. Place on the shaker lid and shake for 1 minute. Pour into a glass filled the sliced plum. Fill glass to the top with seltzer and garnish with lime wedge.
1 jigger of bourbon or rye 1 hint of sweet vermouth
1 hint of dry vermouth
1 drop of Angostura bitters 1 twist lemon peel
Shake the contents with shaved ice and pour into the glass through a strainer.