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  • Saturday, June 13, 2009

    Orange County, CA Events

    I found this amazing round up of events in Orange County, California, thanks to Orange County Democracy for America:

    Jun 18 Thursday 7pm, Anaheim: Anaheim Democratic Club: guest speaker will be Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas. Join us at 6:00 pm for dinner. At Mimi's on Euclid, just south of the 91 Freeway. For more info: Ken Burke (714) 998-6935

    Jun 20 Saturday noon-3pm, Orange: 2nd Annual Unity BBQ! Hart Park - 701 S. Glassell Street, Orange, CA To ensure we have plenty of food and drinks, please RSVP to our office at 714-835-5158 or email info@ocdemocrats.org. Suggested contribution of $5 to cover the cost of food and rentals.

    Jun 20 Saturday 2pm, Irvine: AU-OC: Flicks for Thought "Constantine's Sword" Irvine Ranch Water District (Multipurpose Room) 15600 Sand Canyon Ave. (at Waterworks) Irvine, CA 92618

    AU-OC is proud to present the documentary, Constantine's Sword as this month's Flick for Thought. This is the story of James Carroll; a former Catholic priest on a journey to confront his past and uncover the roots of religiously inspired violence and war. His search also reveals a growing scandal involving religious infiltration of the U.S. military and the terrible consequences of religion's influence on America's foreign policy. Join us for this powerful and thought provoking documentary and join in the discussion afterwards. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. For information contact: Steph Campbell, (714) 299-4551, or e-mail orangecountyau@yahoo.com.

    Jun 24 Wednesday 6:30pm, Fountain Valley: Green Valley Community Center, 17250 Los Jardines. Democratic Club of West Orange County: Martin Wisckol "Where Is The Democratic Party of Orange County Going and What the Special Election Results Mean" For more information: dcwoc.org or call (714) 846-5201.

    Jun 24 Wednesday 7pm, Newport Beach: Green Lecture: An Inconvenient Truth Enivronmental Nature Center, 1601 16th Street, Newport Beach, CA 92663
    isit the ENC to learn more about the planetary emergency of global warming and what YOU can do about it. Join LA County Teacher of the Year John Zavalney for a live presentation of the slideshow that's changing America's mind. After being trained by Mr. Al Gore and his staff, John is on a mission to get the word out about the dangers of global warming and offer suggestions on how we can help solve this crisis. John has won several prestigious educational awards including: The Disney American Teacher Award, The Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching, the Presidents Council on Environmental Quality Professional Development Award and LA County teacher of the Year. Call 949-645-8489 to RSVP. meetup.com/goinggreenorangecounty/calendar/10090250

    Jun 25 (Last Thursday) 7:30pm, Irvine: Amnesty International Group #178 Irvine Monthly Meeting at the Irvine United Congregational Church, 4915 Alton Parkway, Irvine.

    For more details, see our website. For further information about the meeting, please see our group meeting page. For additional questions, please get in touch with us via our contact page.

    Jun 28 Sunday 1:30pm, Irvine: Women For: Orange County: The Politics of School Board Elections. Speaker, Florice Hoffman, attorney and Executive Board Member of the California Democratic Party.

    Duck Club: Riparian View, Irvine. Riparian View intersects Michelson between Jamboree Rd. and Culver Dr. From Michelson, turn south toward the open space onto Riparian View. Follow the signs for one mile to the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary.

    Jul 5 Saturday 9am, Laguna Woods: Laguna Woods Democratic Club's Annual Luncheon, with John Dean whose latest book, "Blind Ambition - UPDATED EDITION: THE END OF THE STORY," will be featured. Mr. Dean will be available after his talk to autograph that book and some of his previous works. Cost is $22 for members and $25 for guests. Luncheon by Jolanda features an entree choice of cold poached salmon or chicken in basil cream sauce with a vegetarian dish available also. Go to actblue.com/page/demclubluncheon, to make reservations online. This is a secure website managed by ActBlue, which will help the Club keep track of reservations, do all the paperwork necessary, and e-mail a confirmation of each reservation. Call Sylvia Clark at 206-1921 for details. The Luncheon will also feature a Silent Auction.This is the Democratic Club's principal fund-raising event of the year and all Village residents are invited to attend.

    Jul 26 Sunday 11am-2pm, San Clemente: Military Families Beach Barbecue to honor the sacrifice of our military families from Camp Pendleton Help us reach out to Blue Star families. We want to give them a fun family day on the beach in San Clemente with a barbecue and games for the kids. San Clemente Beach Email: lori@hedrickforcongres.com


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