Donald Dodge Auditorium at St. Clair County Administration Building

Location

200 Grand River Ave.
Port Huron
,
Michigan
48060
,
US

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Future Events

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Past Events

Thursday
Jun
1
2017
Thursday, June 1, 2017 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
The Voters Not Politicians ballot committee and grassroots organization Count MI Vote are co-hosting Redistricting Reform Town Halls across Michigan, and we're holding one in Port Huron! This is an opportunity for voters to learn about gerrymandering and discuss solutions. It will start with a fun and engaging introduction to the facts, then move into a discussion to hear from you and your neighbors. Like any good town hall, your ideas and concerns will be heard, your questions answered, and your input used to design change that reflects the will of Michigan voters. Admission is free, and all Michiganders are welcome (including young ones)! However, space is limited, so please reserve your spot by selecting "Going" on Facebook. This event will be held at the St. Clair County Administrative Office Building, in the Donald Dodge Auditorium. Use the northeast building entrance; the auditorium is on your left. For more information about the Voters Not Politicians ballot committee, please go to http://votersnotpoliticians.com/ For more information about Count MI Vote, please go to http://countmivote.org/
Tuesday
Jun
16
2015
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Kevin Kamps, Radioactive Waste Specialist from Beyond Nuclear, will address how citizens in the Blue Water Area can act now to stop a proposed deep underground nuclear waste dump on the shores of Lake Huron. Why risk the irreplaceable fresh waters of the Great Lakes – drinking water for over 40 million people and home to unique freshwater ecosystems? Is abandoning these wastes deep underground a safe option? Sponsored by Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination, Co-sponsors: Blue Water Sierra Club, Blue Water Pax Christi, Full Circle EcoHouse of Prayer and the Detroit Branch of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.