Of all the great events on June 28, if are in the Treasure Valley, the 4th Annual Community Progressive is a must.
Meet your friends in Idaho’s growing progressive movement and enjoy music, food, friendship and maybe even learn something new!
This event is the work of United Vision for Idaho and the following was ripped from their website:
The 4th Annual Community Progressive
Saturday, June 28th at Julia Davis Park- 10AM-8PM
We are still receiving applications, but here is a glimpse of some of what the day offers:
Pie Hole and Bel Cibo
Jo’s Travelin’ Bar
Main Stage Musicians:
3B Drumming and Friends
Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats
The Divas of Boise
Vendors and NonProfits
Tiedyes Majic Crafts
League of Conservation Voters
The ACLU of Idaho
Idaho Safe Schools Coalition
The Idaho Human Rights Education Center – Docent Tours of the Anne Frank Memorial
GMO Free Idaho
Planned Parenthood Votes
NW IRAGE: Idaho Residents Against Gas Extraction
NAMI Boise: National Alliance on Mental Health
Idaho Public Employees Association
The Idaho AFL-CIO
Boise Natural Health Clinic
City of Boise Fair Housing Task Force
Idaho Community Action Network
Public Education Stage
Off the Grid Wellness
Close the Gap, Idaho!
Lift Up Idaho! Minimum Wage
What the Frack is Going on in Idaho?
Add The Words, Idaho!
Worker’s Rights- Why Unions Matter
Human Rights, Not Special Rights Immigration Reform and You!
and much, much more…
A note from UVI:
For four years now small businesses, artisans, farmers and producers and musicians, and non profits have come together in a day long celebration of community and the unique ways that we all contribute toward achieving vibrant, and thriving communities, and sustainable future for this and future generations.
Each year small businesses, artisans, farmers and producers and musicians, and non profits join in a day long celebration of community and the unique ways that we contribute toward achieving progress that leads to vibrant, and thriving communities, and a sustainable future.
This year, we are again concentrating all activities In Julia Davis Park. The events will allow people to see how local businesses, nonprofits, artisans, musicians, growers, producers and more contribute to our community. It is our hope that this will give you an opportunity to highlight your unique offerings. We want to extend this special invitation for you to participate and help illustrate how local investments contributes to our shared success. This event is designed to offer the whole community an opportunity to learn about the work of Idaho non-profits, attend workshops, lectures, and find ways to get involved in their local communities. This is a nonpartisan event focused on raising awareness about issues that affect our communities including: buying Locally, sustainable food solutions, investing in local communities and building networks of people who are interested in becoming more involved.
This year, Mayor Beiter will commence that event proclaiming June 28th Community Progressive Day in the City of Boise.
For more information contact Adrienne at firstname.lastname@example.org