Executive Committee Meetings (Monthly): The last Thursday of each month at E|Spaces. The public is welcome to attend. Only Executive Committee members are permitted to vote. Our 2018 Executive Committee Meeting dates are below:
- January 25, 2018
- February 22, 2018
- March 29, 2018
- April 26, 2018
- May 31, 2018
- June 28, 2018
- July 26, 2018
- August 30, 2018
- September 27, 2018
- October 25, 2018
- November 29, 2018
- December: TBD
Committee Meetings (Periodic): Join one of our committee meetings and get involved. Learn more about WCDP Committees here.
Headway Thursday Session (Monthly): The third Thursday of each month at E|Spaces.
Make It Blue Monday Music Event (Monthly): A WCDP Fundraiser held on the first Monday of each month at Kimbro's Cafe.
Coffee Klatch (Weekly): Interested in talking with fellow Democrats about current events? Join us for an informal gathering every Saturday from 9am to 11am at the Coffee House at Second and Bridge in Franklin.
Host Your Own Event: Want to have an event on your time at your preferred meeting place? Set it up here!
Click this link to view our Google Calendar, there you can print or save.
Williamson County Democrats and Friends
Let's get together Monday, March 5th at 6:30pm for Food, Drinks and MusicKimbro's Pickin Parlor - 214 S. Margin Street Franklin, TN 37064-- $10 Suggested Donation --
Make Advanced Donation HERE or at the DoorDoors Open at 6:30 pm
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Formed in 2014, Natchez Tracers consists of three Nashville, TN natives: Chris Long (drums, vocals), Lewis Stubbs Jr. (guitars, vocals) and Josh Womack (guitars, vocals) along with Brad Clark (bass, vocals) from Peoria, Illinois. The album Zeroes & Ones captures the key elements of the Natchez Tracers sound with an expansive and emotion-filled salvo of genre-bending rock-n-roll. With these six songs culled from the band's ever expanding repertoire, this collection of tunes takes the listener on a journey through both the heart and mind, while providing an infectious foot-tapping experience.
The songs ‘There’s a Darkness In Your Heart’ and ‘Somebody’ and ‘Thankful’ are the shorter length cuts on Zeroes & Ones that all take a more pop-oriented approach to song-structure while delivering powerful messages about life’s more poignant experiences.
‘Corinthian Queen’ is a coming-of-age song that pulls equally from the Muscle Shoals, New Orleans and Southern Rock sounds, with subtle nods to The Band. ‘Ferguson Blues’ and ‘Zeroes & Ones Galore’ are the AOR-infused, social commentary compositions that explore topical events and emotions. These longer explorations take cues from epic 70’s rock and showcase the band’s more blues-based, psychedelic rock and funk influences.
The songs all stand alone as conceptual vignettes, but this recording project was conceived as an ALBUM of songs that thematically intertwine. The band is fans of this classic approach to music making and wanted to harken back to an era where collective bodies of musical work mattered...and made a difference.
For music sampling, please go here:
8:00 - 9:00 pm
Larkin & FriendsLarkin is a folk-Americana collaboration, fronted by singer-songwriter Kristin Larkin. Bringing an organic sound that can only be found in a homegrown band, their original songs about love, nature, and the human condition speak authentically to the heart.Kristin is joined by leader singer and songwriter of the band Wowser Bowser and 100 Watt Horse George Pettis was a founding member of the mid 2000s Atlanta we-fun movement and his music has been featured on numerous radio stations and venues across the country. One of his Wowser Bowser songs was the featured music for an international Nutella commercial and he is a renowned cult figure in the Atlanta indie rock community.Also featured is Issak Nesh known by the stage name Moses Nesh is an accomplished American Primitive styled guitar picker in the traditional of John Fahey and Leo Kotke. While he made a name for himself in the Atlanta/East Atlanta music scene his music hearkens to an older Appalachian custom and would almost be more at home picked on a front porch somewhere in the Kentucky wilderness at the turn of the century. He has several albums and EPs released and is frequently discussed among Georgia pickers and guitar players as one of the best.
Williamson Count Democratic Party diversity celebration featuring:
- Choral Music
- Cultural Activities
- Children's Activities
- Informational Booths
Everyone is welcome! Come meet your neighbors!