Welcome! To find your nearest local chapter — or to start your own! — please contact our Membership Director, Brian Cady, at firstname.lastname@example.org, letting us know your name, your current party registration, and where you are registered to vote.
Everyone is welcome at our monthly meetings. Call (617) 578-0597 for more information. We meet at Tent City, 130 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116. MBTA: Back Bay Station. The Tent City Building is diagonally across Dartmouth St. from Back Bay Station.
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The Assabet River Valley Chapter meets the fourth Thursday of the month at the Acton Memorial Library, 486 Main Street, Acton. 2nd floor meeting room. (3rd Thursday in November and December). We have a teleconference on the 2nd Thursday of the month.
Our region includes the towns of Acton, Bedford. Boxborough, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Hudson, Litttleton, Marlborough, Maynard, Stow, Sudbury, Wayland, and Westford.
Everyone is welcome at our monthly meetings every 4th Thursday at 7 PM. Location TBA
Helping to run the local? Here is a link to the Pioneer Valley Local Bylaws.
Berkshire Greens is the Berkshire County Local of the Green-Rainbow Party. To learn more about upcoming events, please visit our blog page, or send mail to email@example.com, or subscribe to our listserv!
Berkshire Greens promotes the Green Party's 10 Key Values in public policy. This is achieved through voter education, candidate endorsement, by supporting Green-Rainbow Party membership & candidate growth, by refusing the financial influence of lobbyists, and by refusing contributions from any corporate officers who hire lobbyists. It meets at various places through Berkshire County.
Berkshire Greens Political Action Committee
Michael Kaplan, Chair
Wanda Boeke, Treasurer
50 Richmond Ave.
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Nashua River Green-Rainbow is your local chapter of the Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party, serving central Massachusetts. Like all Greens around the world, we seek to create a world where all people have the tools to shape their own place in the world while respecting the earth in the process.
Our guiding Ten Key Values help us to reach this vision through activism, education, special events, and involvement in the political and social life of the community.
From supporting the campaigns of local and state Green-Rainbow candidates, to building relationships with peace, social justice, and environmental activists in our region, we are one of the most active chapters in the state. Join us today! See what we're doing on the NRGR Facebook page and visit the NRGR website.