Making Democracy Work

Calendar of Events

We sponsor meetings and events for the public and League members.

Calendar Page, Month-at-a-Glance

Date & Time        Place        Description
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Sunday, November 12, 2017
Two Olives Restaurant
2949 N. Rock Rd.
Thankful for Democracy Dinner.

This is a dinner fundraiser for members and guests.

The cost is $25.00. RSVP soon to Ellen BY Nov. 9 as seating is limited.

Keynote Speaker: Karen Arnold-Burger, Chief Justice of the Kansas Court of Appeals The LWV-Wichita Metro is hosting this special luncheon in celebration of democracy and as a fundraiser for the League's activities. Proceeds support voter registration events and educational public forums. Additionally, the LWV-WM will be selling engraved wooden spoons celebrating LWV's centennial in 2020 and raffling a holiday gift basket.

Saturday, November 18, 2017
St Paul's Lutheran Church League Board Meeting.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Central Library
223 S. Main
TUESDAY TOPICS: Opioid Epidemic.

The opioid epidemic that has hit the coasts and other areas of the country has reached Kansas and Wichita, too. No demographic is spared: all incomes, all races, all ages are vulnerable to death by overdose. What can we do in our community to prevent the tragic death & devastation seen in other areas of the country?

Our panelists will include leaders working in this area: Dan East, Capt. of the Wichita Police Department's Special Investigations Bureau, which includes narcotics investigation; Dr. Greg Lakin, physician and legislator; Pastor Dave Fulton, Safe Streets Wichita; and Jan Chandler, Partners for Wichita.

Room opens at 11:30; program begins at Noon. Drinks provided; feel free to bring a brown bag lunch.

Thursday, December 14, 2017
Parsnipity Cafe
Epic Center
(downtown Wichita)
League Meeting.

Please put Thursday, December 14, 5:30 pm on your calendar. We will be meeting at the Parsnipity Café in the Epic Center, downtown. This is a new venture, as we have not had a December unit meeting in the past--and a new place as we try for a more central location.

Pau Johnson, who has been eyes and ears for the League in the Legislature will speak on what we can expect from the 2018 Legislative year.

More info coming soon!