community outreach and events

The Azalea Festival Parade

We were excited to win our first awards on May 27, 2017 for our float in the Azalea Festival Parade.  That's Indivisible Founding Mother Susan Shampo with our hardware!

Climate Change March

On April 29, 2017, we showed our support for Mother Earth by joining in a People's Climate March along the 101 here in Brookings.

Beach Cleanup

Indivisible 97415 made its community debut on April 1, 2017 when dozens of members registered and showed up for the SOLVE beach clean up,

World Class Education

Saturday, May 6, 2016, Indivisible partnered with the  Redwood Theater to offer a FREE, Harvard University taught class on American Government, a comprehensive 16-week introduction to American government and politics. 

Staying Involved

Indivisible 97415 believes in speaking up and taking part in our democracy.  That's why we have a dedicated group of postcard-writers.

Women's March

We met at the Women's March, we continue to meet, and we continue to march.

listen and learn!

These are audio recordings of several public meetings regarding the possibility of a hospital in Brookings.