This page lists currently scheduled events for the LPNC and county affiliate parties. For many affiliate party events, you can get more details—and you can also see lists of past events—from the website or Facebook page of the pertinent affiliate party.
Eric from the Haywood Waterways Association will be presenting: http://haywoodwaterways.org/
According to the mission statement of the Haywood Waterways Association:
"Haywood County holds something very precious and rare – water that comes directly from our own mountains and nowhere else. Haywood Waterways Association works to protect this treasure."
Come discuss ways in which Libertarian philosophy applies to protecting the environment. And ways in which our work coincides with theirs:
"The Haywood Waterways Association works in a positive way to keep our streams clean and clear by providing education and information opportunities, and partnering with other organizations on watershed restoration projects. We have a number of gifted and knowledgeable professionals in our organization, but most of us are just regular people who care about our water. Become more involved in the Haywood Waterways Association by doing such activities as serving on a committee, helping with stream clean-up events, and making others more aware of our Haywood County treasure – our waterways."
“Hispanic or Latino” is the official designation on the voter registration form for the fastest-growing segment of the population in North Carolina. About 9% of all people in N.C.—up from 5 percent in 2000 and just 1 percent in 1990—identify as Hispanic or Latino…although they comprise only about 4 percent of registered voters.
The LPNC are holding our own here, with about 4 percent of registered Libertarians self-identifying as Hispanic or Latino. But in view of the fact that one of our core principles is that folks should be free to live wherever they want, and can afford, to, shouldn’t we be doing better with this fastest-growing constituency?
In lieu of our regular weekly discussion of current political events from a Libertarian perspective, this week we are welcoming special guest Maria, who coordinates a grant-funded program designed to assist migrant and seasonal farm workers in obtaining high school equivalency qualification.
Maria will talk to us about the needs and aspirations of the population she serves and discuss her program’s experience in marketing their offerings.
Meeting starts at 7 p.m. and the discussion with Maria will begin at 7:30 to give everyone time to find a seat and order food and drinks. Hosted by Brian Irving, LPNC vice chair and WakeLP secretary.
La Fiesta del Pueblo is the Triangle’s largest and most diverse festival of Latin American culture, featuring live music and dance performances, visual and folk art exhibits, educational booths, and activities for the whole family. More than 17,000 community members participated in La Fiesta last year.
La Fiesta will be held on Fayetteville Street, in downtown Raleigh. It will go on rain or shine. Con lluvia o sol.
Please sign up for a shift. We especially could use Spanish speakers. Please call or email Brian Irving.
La Fiesta del Pueblo is organized by ...
Everybody complains about government being too intrusive but no one does anything about it…except you! Yep, you can improve life for yourself, your family, and your fellow citizens right here in Wake County…and you don’t need to run for office (and win the election) to do so!
Libertarian Natalie Wu Turner has served on the Orange County Human Relations Commission for over two years. Although she kept a relatively low profile at first, by now everyone on the commission knows she is a Libertarian…but she is so well-respected by the other commissioners and staff that they have asked her to write a weblog for the HRC.
Natalie will tell us why she chose to focus on the HRC (out of over 40 CABs that exist in Orange County), how she manged to get appointed, what she did to earn their trust, and when she is able to inject the occasional note of sanity into the deliberations of what tends to be a liberal-oriented, government-overreach-happy group.
Not only is Natalie making a positive difference for the denizens of Orange County, but she is gaining valuable knowledge about who’s who and how politics works in Orange County…knowledge that will be valuable in future should she run for office…or share with another Libertarian who is running in Orange County.
So please come and learn how you can do the accomplish the same thing!
Hosted by Brian Irving, secretary, WakeLP.
This is the major outreach event for the Libertarian Party of North Carolina. The State Fair is a great chance for us to spread our message, promote our candidates, and register voters. But it cannot be done without your help!
Come and spend the day and the fair with your family and friends—and also spend a few hours working the LPNC booth. Sign up today before all the best slots are taken! Everyone who staffs the booth gets a free pass to the Fair for that day.
The LPNC booth is in the Education Building, on the corner of Hillsborough St. and Blue Ridge Rd.
Please sign up for North Carolina State Fair 2015 – here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:
- Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/CdAAHi
Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
Sign up! Choose your spots – VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. But do provide your mailing address so we can send you tickets.
This is the first year Students for Liberty is hosting a conference in South Carolina. The are expanding our programs in the Southeast and plan to continue growing the student movement for liberty there.
These all-day Saturday events are organized by students, for students. Registration is free and includes two free meals and drinks at our evening socials. In addition to bringing home free books and t-shirts, students will gain a deeper understanding of the ideas of liberty, opportunities for professional advancement, and a network of like-minded people to support them in their future endeavors.
Plan now to attend our biggest and best state party convention yet! In Raleigh, North Carolina (exact site TBD).
The LPNC was founded in 1976, so we'll be celebrating our 40th birthday. But mostly we'll be looking forward to how we can achieve our vision of a free, peaceful, and prosperous North Carolina where every individual has the opportunity to pursue his or her unique vision of a rewarding and enriching life.
Come and learn how you can help the fastest-growing party in North Carolina leverage our political influence at the state and local levels to promote candidates and policies consistent with our platform…and improve life for you and your fellow citizens!
Meet the Libertarian candidates for governor, U.S. Senator, General Assembly, and your local and state offices and find out about the candidates for President (they will be seeking the support of NC delegates to the national LP convention in Orlando in May 2016).
Sign up now to receive updates as more details become available, and ensure a first crack at reserving your spot for specific events that are likely to sell out.