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.
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In lieu of our regular discussion of current political events from a Libertarian perspective we will offer a special presentation by Kenneth Randall Penkowski, chair of the LPNC Platform Committee. Ken will report on the work of the committee, which is preparing proposed revisions of the platform to be voted on at the LPNC Annual Convention next year.
Come and see what progress the committee has made, make suggestions, throw tomatoes (metaphorically-speaking), or even join the committee—there’s lots more to be done!
Hosted by Brian Lewis, Chair, WakeLP. Ken’s presentation will start at 7:30, so come early, chat, and order food and drink. We will also allocate some time to discuss our progress lining up Libertarian candidates to run in Wake County next year.
And if you can’t make the meeting in person, we plan to webcast the Platform Overview portion live (starting at 7:30pm) at:
ALERT—the event, originally scheduled for Thursday 19 Nov 15 has been rescheduled for Thursday 3 Dec 15. The chair of the LPNC Platform Committee had a last-day emergency and could not make the original date.
There will be a regular WakeLP meetup today (19 Nov). Sorry for having to make this last-minute change and hope everyone who is interested in the LPNC Platform can make the new date.
if you haven’t had an opportunity to say goodbye to The Colony movie art house yet—closing in December after two decades-plus in North Raleigh—here’s your best chance: our Liberty Outing to see the Firefly movie, “Serenity.”
- Who: Brad Hessel, WakeLP Treasurer, will host
- What: WakeLP pre-movie social—shared with the Raleigh Browncoats—in the Colony lounge (beer, wine, soda, snacks available)
- When: 6pm Sunday, December 6th, 2015 (“Serenity” showing starts at 7pm…$5 admission charge)
- Where: The Colony
Come at 6pm and socialize with other Triangle area libertarians…and stay to watch the movie spawned from the Joss Whedon TV series whose “central theme seems to concern the ineptitude of strong central government and its tendency to oppress and stifle rather than free or secure.” Or just attend one or the other.
If you are not familiar with it, here is more info about “Firefly.”
The Henderson County Libertarian Party meets every 2nd Sunday of the month. Come join us!
Come join us to relax and discuss our county's Libertarian Party affiliate, and it's role among the neighboring counties of Burke, Caldwell and Alexander. We will be discussing and planning events and initiatives for 2016, as well as the Libertarian philosophy.
As the Watauga County Libertarian Party comes into fruition, Libertarians from Watauga and the surrounding counties of Avery and Ashe are coming together to discuss plans for 2016. Please join us to get involved, add to the conversation, and let us know what issues and initiatives are of interest to you!
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).
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