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ANNUAL AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY PICNIC 2012

Date: 
1 July, 2012 - 12:00

Please join us in celebrating American Independence Day on Sunday July 1 with a picnic in the heart of London!

American Independence Day Picnic 2013 - June 30

Date: 
30 June, 2013 - 12:00

ANNUAL AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY PICNIC
Democrats Abroad U.K. will be holding their annual Independence Day party in London on Sunday, June 30, 2013 from 12 to 5 pm. They will be returning to the Portman Square Garden location where they have held successful picnics the past four years. Last year more than 1000 people attended.

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Bath Americana Festival

Date: 
4 July, 2012 - 17:30

Fourth of July 2012 - Picnic Night

Come and celebrate the opening of the Bath Americana Festival – as well as Independence Day – with a fantastic line-up of music, food, and fun!

Bristol-based Appalachia offer up their own inspired take on American roots music.

War of Independence Displays

Date: 
30 June, 2012 - 13:00

Living History - War of Independence Camp and Drill Displays

Saturday 30 June and
Sunday 1 July
1 & 3 pm

His Majesty’s Crown Forces are back with their special blend of military prowess, scruffy recruits, good humour and one, almighty loud, cannon.

http://www.americanmuseum.org/default.cfm/loadindex.294

Young Democrats Abroad Re-Inaugurate Obama Fundraiser

Date: 
20 January, 2012 - 19:00

366 days from January 20th, 2012, Democrats around the world are hoping to re-inaugurate President Obama and ensure the Democratic vision for the upcoming 4 years. The Democrats Abroad Young Professional’s Network invite you to come raise a glass, a bit of money, and a lot of hope for the kick off of the UK's efforts to re-elect the President.

 


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