Upcoming Events:

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All in-person events canceled until further notice.
Events marked with a ⚡ are online or on your phone.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

July Dems Meeting with Outagamie County Exec Tom Nelson


Barron County Democrats July Meeting
Special Guest: Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson
on Fighting COVID-19 at the local level
Thurs 7/16 @ 7:00PM
RSVP Here to Get an Invite

Join us online via Zoom for our July Barron County Democrats meeting. We're excited to announce we'll be joined by Outagamie County (Appleton area) Executive Tom Nelson, who will present on how local governments have stepped up to fight the COVID-19 pandemic despite WI Republicans' efforts to undermine public health at every turn.

Just click here to RSVP and we'll send you a Zoom invite a few minutes before the meeting.

And don't forget your 2020 yard signs! Click here to request your signs, and we'll deliver!

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Get Your 2020 Yard Signs!


Let the whole neighborhood know you support our Democratic candidates with yard signs. Just sign up here and we'll come by and set them up for you or drop them off at your doorstep.

Please note that we do not yet have all of these signs in-stock just yet, but they'll be coming in over the next few weeks. Sign up now to reserve your signs, and we'll get them to you as they become available.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

June Dems Meeting & Juneteenth

Barron County Democrats June Meeting
Thurs 6/18 @ 7:00PM

RSVP Here to get an invite

We've skipped a few monthly meetings due to the pandemic, but we've got work to do and elections to win, so please join us via Zoom on Thursday at 7pm.

We'll be joined by candidates Tricia Zunker for Congress and John Ellenson for WI Assembly.



Rice Lake Juneteenth Celebration & Walk
Fri 6/19 - 3:00 to 8:00PM

Rice Lake Splash Pad (map)
More Info Here


Exactly 155 years ago on June 19, 1865 nearly two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation was issued the last group of enslaved people learned of their freedom. This day marked the ultimate freedom of the last slaves. June 19th, (Juneteenth) is now celebrated as "Freedom Day". Our country has come a long way since 1865 but there is clearly far more to be done. It may be a difficult road ahead, but we are confident that we can make a difference by standing together.

If you go... please wear a mask and maintain social distancing and hand hygiene.

All are welcome and encouraged to come and please invite your All friends and family members!

Timeline of Events (come anytime):

3:00-5:30pm - Family & Kids Activities

5:30pm - We will be eating at 5:30 so that people have time make it from work!

6:00pm - Speakers and/or Performers
Followed by open conversation and questions

6:30 - Peaceful Freedom walk
Bring signs or we will have some available as well as materials to make your own!

7:30pm - A prayer and a moment of silence.
A candle light vigil and blowing bubbles to represent all of the the black lives lost!

Sunday, June 14, 2020

Tues 6/16 - Trevor Noah on Institutional Racism

Tuesday Conversations: Trevor Noah on Institutional Racism

Please join us by Zoom for the second of our informal “socially distanced” conversations. We’ll have two sessions on Tuesday, June 16, at 10am and a repeat at 5pm. Click here to RSVP.
(We’ll send out an invite to ZOOM a few minutes before the events.)

Trevor Noah has an online statement about Institutional racism that we’ll use for our focus for our discussion. It’s well worth the 15 minutes to watch it in preparation for the conversation. Watch it here or on YouTube:




We'll also have more of a regular party meeting on Thurs 6/18 at 7:00pm (also via Zoom).

We'll be joined by guest speakers Tricia Zunker and John Ellenson.

Like our Tuesday Conversations, please RSVP ahead of time here and we'll send you an invite shortly before the meeting starts. (Yes, it's the same RSVP form we're using for Tuesdays.)