DemDaily: The Clubhouse Hub for the March

January 12, 2017

Over 200,000 people will descend on Washington, DC next week for the Women's March on Washington, and a week of activism at the March Clubhouse, the Woman's National Democratic Club

The WNDC, which was established in 1922, was Grand Central for hundreds of volunteers prior to the election, will hold a series of events January 18-21 at its Dupont Circle Clubhouse.

The Daily Open House provides visitors an all-day venue for organizing and meeting, with a workshop and supplies for sign-making, unlimited coffee and includes a featured daily advocacy training with industry experts (all for just $20 per person!)

Evening Events include receptions with Congressional Members, artists, musicians, celebs, and prominent speakers.

Where: WNDC Clubhouse
1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036

January 18th, Wednesday
9:00am-5:00pm: Open House
12noon-1:00pm: Training on Environmental Justice
6:00pm-8:30pm: Welcome, New Congresswoman
Meet the new Women in Congress! ($65)

January 19th, Thursday
9:00am-5:00pm: Open House
12noon-1:00pm: Training on Human Rights & Islamaphobia

Regional Voices: The Power of the Arts ($35)
5:00pm-7:00pm Happy Hour & Meet the Musicians
7:00pm-8:00pm Panel
8:00pm Concert Celebration

January 20th, Friday
9:00am-5:00pm: Open House
12noon-1:00pm: Training on Criminal Justice Reform

What's Next Info-Party ($35)

Connect with organizers, activists, and special guests for a celebration of the future!
6:00-10:00pm: Party & Presentations

January 21st, Saturday
7:00am-11:00am: All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet! ($20)

The Power of a Woman Series: Power in Politics ($50)
2:00-6:00pm: Two Panels & High Tea

Join WNDC, March organizers and activists from around the country for this historic week!

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