“DWBC is an incredible group of motivated, informed, and thoughtful women who organize to make sustainable change in our communities. Their events always have engaging programs with relevant and timely speakers—you can’t walk away without learning something new! ”
— Natalie Drevets, New Era Colorado Action Fund

Our Monthly Events

We meet the third Wednesday of every month for an inspiring, hour long program. During these times of social distancing we are meeting online.  Members can attend at no charge; non-members are welcome to attend for a $10 fee. We plan to return to our lunch and dinner programs when it is safe to do so.

Upcoming events

    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM (MDT)
    • Zoom
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    Join the Democratic Women of Boulder County for our next
    Virtual Happy Hour
    Wednesday, April 21 at 5:00

    We will start our April event with an update from Washington with U.S. Senator Michael Bennet. Senator Bennet will talk about the recent mass shooting in Boulder, and what can be done regarding gun control at the federal level. He will also address the transformational expansion of the safety net with the historic COVID relief bill, and other Democratic priorities.

    Next we celebrate Earth Week by learning the latest about the climate crisis and how you can help! Elise Jones, former Boulder County Commissioner and new Executive Director of the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (or SWEEP), will provide an update on the impacts of climate change on our region, what groups like SWEEP are doing to address it, and how DWBC members can get involved.

    After the presentations we will break-out into small groups so we can discuss  and have a chance to socialize!
    • 19 May 2021
    • 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM (MDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Join the Democratic Women of Boulder County for our next
    Virtual Happy Hour
    Wednesday, May 19 at 5:00

    Repairing Our Democracy with
    Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser 

    We will kick-off our last program before the summer break with an Update from Washington from Congressman Joe Neguse, followed by a talk on Repairing our Democracy from Colorado Attorney General, Phil Weiser.

    The post-2020 election revealed a basic challenge to our democratic republic, including a lack of truth-telling and rise in demonization.  Both dynamics threaten our ability to function as a democracy where we honor the will of the people.   The rising demonization and political polarization threaten our ability to govern ourselves.  In his talk, Phil Weiser will discuss how Colorado is a model for our nation, both in repairing our democratic institutions and develop policies based on empathy to serve all Coloradans.

    After the presentations we will break-out into small groups so we can discuss  and have a chance to socialize!
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