Thursday, September 14, 2017

Back To Our Roots Benefit Concert

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Take Action On Labor Day in Boston

Take Action On Labor Day in Boston
Advocate for Increasing the Minimum Wage to $15, Paid Family and Medical Leave, and Strengthening Labor Unions.

Rally Starts at Boston Common at 11 A.M.

We have a BUS leaving New Bedford (9:00 at Shaw's), Fall River (9:30 at N.Y. Bagel) and Brockton (10 at D'Angelo's on Belmont St.)

Please RSVP if you can make it!

Workers need an economy that works for all of us, not just those at the top. We want our elected officials to be focused on raising the standard of living for workers and their families.

And so on Labor Day, Raise Up Massachusetts will join workers, community leaders and allies in a nationwide uprising to put the demand for unions and a fair economy at the center of the national conversation.

Will you join us on Labor Day to stand up for workers fighting for a $15 Minimum Wage and Paid Family Medical Leave?

We will rally at the Boston Common Bandstand at 11:00AM, followed by a march to Copley Plaza. You can learn more about the action and RSVP here.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Follow the Bridgewater DTC on Twitter

Please be sure to follow the Bridgewater Democratic Town Committee on Twitter! 

Click here to follow us!

Friday, August 25, 2017

John Buckley's Annual Galway West Oyster Festival

Plymouth County Register of Deeds John R. Buckley Jr. invites you to his Annual Galway West Oyster Festival featuring Irish music and fresh oysters from Duxbury Oyster Company.

Date: Thursday, September 14th
Time: 5:30- 8:00 PM
Location: JP Ryan's Tavern (246 Brockton Avenue, Abington)

Suggested minimum donation is $25.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

RSVP Now for Bridgewater DTC Clambake

Please join us for a backyard New England clambake in support of the Bridgewater Democratic Town Committee.

Date: Saturday, August 26th
Time: 1PM
Location: Marilee & Carlton Hunt's Home (80 Austin Street, Bridgewater)

This traditional New England Clam Bake will feature clams, fish, shrimp, chicken, sausage, potatoes, corn and more! If you are interested in ordering a lobster, tickets are only $5 additional for a lobster to be added.

Beer and wine will be provided and desserts will be available.

We look forward to having you join us! Tickets must be purchased in advance so we can order enough food and can be purchased through the ActBlue link below.

Tickets can also be ordered by sending a check payable to Bridgewater DTC ($30 per person, $35 per person with lobster) to:

Linda Carp
131 Maple Avenue
Bridgewater, MA 02324

Please RSVP by replying to this email and let us know how many tickets you will be purchasing. We look forward to seeing you!

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Neighborhood Progressive Project


Neighborhood Progressive Project

WHAT: Neighborhood Progressive Project
WHEN: Thursday, July 20, 2:00 PM

WHERE: Better Bean Coffee (Central Square, Bridgewater)


Republicans in Washington are working day and night to pass their radical attack on health care before the August recess. They're doing so without any hearings—and without listening to the voices of their constituents.

That's why between July 18 and July 30, Mobilizers from MoveOn’s Resistance Summer are taking to the doors to have thousands of conversations about health care in our country—and the solutions we need to fix it. These trained MoveOn Mobilizers will be organizing hundreds of door knocking events across the country, including one near you!

Will you join a Mobilizer near you and sign up to canvass with them in your community? Click here to RSVP today.

Can't make it? Click here to search for another Neighborhood Listening Project event near you.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Tackling the Issue of Economic Inequality

How We Can Tackle the Issue of Economic Inequality
Raise-Up Massachusetts
Slide Show & Discussion

Wednesday, July 26, 6 - 7:30 p.m.

Brockton West Branch Public Library
540 Forest Ave, Brockton

Sponsored by Coalition for Social Justice and Indivisible SE Mass

The Meeting will consist of an in-depth slide show presentation and discussion on the issue of economic inequality and what can be done to address it. The focus will be on Raise Up Massachusetts (RUM), which is building strong coalitions and campaigns to win big victories on these issues.

Raise-Up Massachusetts (RUM) led the victorious campaigns to increase the Mass. minimum wage to $11 an hour an to win the right to paid sick days for Mass. workers.

Now, Raise-Up Massachusetts is working for:

1. Paid Family and Medical Leave
2. The Fair Share Tax Amendment ("Millionaires tax")
3. A $15/hour minimum wage

For more information, call Dan Gilbarg at 508-982-8157