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.
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 ...
Discussion of current political events from a Libertarian perspective. Regular weekly meeting hosted (this week) by Brian Lewis for NC House District 11.
Starting at 7:30, Brian will moderate a focused discussion on public transportation policy. What is the optimal mix of public and private services to meet the—in some places such as Wake County—fast growing/changing needs of North Carolina?
Can’t make it to The Gourmet Factory in person? No problem! Catch the webcast live or later archived on the WakeLP YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_FmihgEPbU
We're using SignUp.com (the leading online SignUp and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming SignUps.
Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1) Click this link or the button below to see our SignUp on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/KfAcAs
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact Susan Hogarth and she will sign you up manually.
All WNC Libertarians are invited to show your support and advocate for the LGBTQ community. We will have a table at the festival so come join us!
Come out, enjoy some good food, better company, and maybe win some trivia. All are welcome!
Libertarians across North Carolina are invited to beautiful Asheville to hear your Libertarian candidates speak. U.S. Senate candidate Sean Haugh, candidate for N.C .governor Lon Cecil, and N.C. Senate 49 candidate William Meredith will definitely be speaking, with a short question and answer session to follow. Light nibbles will be on hand.
New venue: Upcountry Brewing, 1042 Haywood Ave, Asheville.
It's a great year to be Libertarian! Come down and discuss it with us over a cup of coffee. This is our regular meeting, and we always welcome new (and old!) faces.
The North Carolina State Fair is the major outreach event for the Libertarian Party of North Carolina. This is a greatest and best opportunity to spread our message, promote our candidates. 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.
We'll have a new location this year, The Market Place tent next to the Grandstand. This is the site of the old Hobbies & Crafts building which has been torn down.
Please sign up for North Carolina State Fair 2016 – here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:
- Click this link or the button below to go to our invitation page on SignUp (formally VolunteerSpot): http://signup.com/go/hLsnB2
Enter your email address: (You will not need to register an account).
Sign up! Choose your spots – SignUp will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
Note: SignUp does not share your email address with anyone. But do provide your mailing address so we can send you tickets.
Discussion of current political events from a Libertarian perspective. Regular weekly meeting co-hosted (this week) by Olen the 3rd for NC House 38 and Brad Hessel NC Senate 15.
Starting at 7:30, Olen and Brad will moderate a focused discussion on alcohol and marijiuana policy. Does it make sense to continue to restrict the sales of alcohol—and ban the sale of marijuana—in North Carolina? What alternatives to the status quo should be considered?
Come with questions or answers of your own…or just to listen. You don’t have to be “libertarian” to attend; curiosity and/or an appreciation for engaging and wide-ranging conversation—albeit a bit more focused tonite than usual—suffices. :-)