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We are always excited to welcome new members to our club! On this page, you can join the club, renew your dues, or donate to the work. If you have any questions, you can email the Webmaster at “Webmaster at Metro Dems dot com.”

To Join Metro Dems

Joining Metro Dems is a two-step process: filling out the membership form, then paying your dues. You do both of these using this page.

Fill Out the Membership Form

Pay or Renew Your Dues

Your dues help pay the ongoing expenses of the club, such as meeting space rental, food, audio-visual equipment, and speaker honorariums. In addition, your dues go to help fund special projects, such as our annual service project, our booths at various events, and the debates we hosted this year.

There are two membership types: Standard at $30 a year, and the $15 Young Dem membership for those who are current members of that excellent organization. (The Young Dem membership also applies to high school and college Young Dems.) Just choose the membership type you wish to pay for in the drop-down below, then click the Buy Now button. If you need to pay for more than one membership, you can change the quantity on the next screen.

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Donate to Metro Dems

If you want to help support the work of the club beyond your dues, you can donate using the button below. Donations help us to even more to advance progressive causes and elect more and better Democrats. Remember, donations to Metro Dems are not tax-deductible, but ARE welcome!




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October Meeting – Yarmuth!

Please note the NEW DATE FOR OCTOBER. Thank you for making the change to come to this special event.
October 16: An Evening with Congressman John Yarmuth
Join us to hear Congressman John Yarmuth discuss the political climate both on the national and state level. He will discuss his vision for the progress of Democrats and what it will take to accomplish. Join us!
Metro Dems October Meeting
Monday, October 16
IBEW Local 369
4315 Preston Hwy, Louisville, Kentucky 40213
Doors open at 6:00 PM — Program begins at 6:30 PM

Next Actions

Wednesday, October 11 – 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at 2509 Portland Ave, 40212 – Join Metro Dems as we take a break from politics and help out our four legged friends. We are hosting a fundraiser for My Dog Eats First. More information here.

We are collecting donations of the following items:
Dog/Cat Food – Wet and Dry
Heavy Duty Storage Bins (for the foodbank, to keep the mice out)
Zip Lock Bags (1 or 2 Gallon and Sandwich Size Ziplock Bags)
Cat Litter
Animal Food Dishes & Water Bowls
Collars/Leashes & Harnesses of ALL sizes
New or GENTLY USED (clean) fleece blankets

Sunday, October 15 – 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at Highland Baptist Church of Louisville, 1101 Cherokee Rd, 40204 – Actors Theatre is proud to announce a special, one-night-only reading of Robert Schenkkan’s newest play, Building the Wall, directed by Artistic Director Les Waters (Recent Alien Abductions, Macbeth, For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday), and co-hosted by the ACLU of KentuckyJefferson County Chapter of Kentuckians For The CommonwealthFairness CampaignHighland Baptist ChurchKentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political RepressionKentucky Interfaith Taskforce on Latin America and the CaribbeanLouisville Showing Up for Racial Justice and Mijente Louisville. This two-person cast will feature Drew Fracher, best known to audiences as the perennial director of Fifth Third Bank’s A Christmas Carol, and local actor and educator Kristi Papailler. Building the Wall plays on October 15 at 7 p.m. at Highland Baptist Church. Pam McMichael, Executive Director of the Highlander Center (2005-2016) and co-founder of Showing up for Racial Justice and the Fairness Campaign, will facilitate a post-reading conversation, with featured guest Sarah Nuñez with Mijente Louisville. A second performance is scheduled for students at Central High School.

It’s the very near future, and the Trump administration has carried out his campaign promise to round up and detain millions of immigrants. Now, a writer interviews the supervisor of a private prison as he awaits sentencing for carrying out the federal policy that has escalated into the unimaginable. This riveting, harrowing and illuminating drama delivers a powerful warning and puts a human face on the inhuman, revealing how when personal accountability is denied, what seems inconceivable becomes inevitable.No reservations are required for this free event. More information can be found here.

Saturday, October 21 – 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Owl Creek Country Club, 12400 Osage Rd, Anchorage, 40223 – Democrats Unite! Fundraiser and Wine Tasting. Join other Democrats as we prepare for the midterm elections. John Yarmuth will join us from 5-6. Mayor Fischer will make an appearance. Bid on silent auction items for interesting experiences. $25 ticket includes appetizers and conversations with fellow Democrats. Cash bar available.

Wine Tasting
Experience the wines of John Bojanowski, a Louisville native who is now making organic wines in the south of France. John will be at the event pouring his wine and sharing his experiences as a winemaker.
$65 ticket includes five wine selections presented by the winemaker in addition to items listed for basic tickets.

Children’s Event
Kentucky Gymnastics Academy will be hosting a fun event for children on the same evening as the Democrats Unite event. Call 502-254-1010 to register.

Tickets available here. Or click here for more information.

Wednesday, October 25 – 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm at Louisville Democratic Party Headquarters, 1501 Durrett Lane, 40213 – Jefferson County Democratic Party Executive Committee will hold its monthly meeting. Any Democrat may come observe.
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