Agenda: MI League of Conservation Voters -What can we do locally? 

Wednesday, April 14

7 PM   Virtual Event

Indivisible Huron Valley 
is a local non-partisan group of citizens.

Our mission is to actively protect, defend, and promote the principles of our democracy for all people. Monthly meetings are held at on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm 


Milford Senior Center 

1050 Atlantic Street

Milford, MI  48381

Due to the coronavirus outbreak most in person meetings have been cancelled please follow us on Facebook or join us to receive our monthly newsletter for virtual meeting information.


In honor of Earth Day we will learn about some of the issues the Michigan League of Conservation Voters is working on to tackle climate change and help the environment. Our guest speaker is Ethan Petzold, SE MI Regional Coordinator and Political Outreach Team leader for MLCV.

Wednesday, April 14

7 PM   Virtual Event

NOTE: This topic will be replacing our originally scheduled topic of Race, Equity and Inclusion. Our speaker was unable to attend due to extenuating
circumstances. We have made plans to address this important topic and will share that information at our monthly meeting.

Register HERE


Saturdays 9 AM: Saturday Morning Discussion 

We meet every Saturday to decompress and discuss things going on in the world and also how to make this world better. This is a much more relaxed event than the monthly meeting and allows everyone to interact. Super important in the current Pandemic world!

Join us every Saturday at 9 AM Virtually. Feel free to join, bring some friends that aren't normally into the structured events. Lets have some laughs and hone our communication skills.  See the Calendar for details.

See you next Saturday!

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for Democracy

IHV Presents a 3 part series:

Extremism in MI-Facing the Challenge

Indivisible Huron Valley’s Legislative Action Committee is sponsoring a three-part series on far right politics in Michigan starting April 21st. On May 19 we will learn about the history of the far right movement in Michigan from Amy Cooter, PhD, She has researched different groups that are usually described as part of the “patriot movement” in the United States, and is an expert in US domestic militia groups.

Each session will begin at 7 PM and is virtual.  Register at:

Wednesday, April 21 Part I: History of Far Right Politics and How Extremism Affects Legislation in MI

Wednesday, May 19  Part II: Dr. Amy Cooter, PhD, Vanderbilt University, U.S. domestic militia groups 

Wednesday, June 16  Part III: Progressive Actions and Messaging to Push Back Extremism

Admission is free but donations are welcome to cover the speaker's stipend. Donate HERE

For more information contact

Our Changing Climate

This gripping show acts to foster the need to protect the environment and remind the world there’s no time to waste in taking action. Over 50 pieces of art from a diverse range of artists across the country are on display. Join these talented creators on Friday, April 9th when the exhibit opens and tune in via Zoom for a special guest speaker and awards ceremony on Friday, April 16th at 7pm.


Huron Valley Council for the Arts, The Crossroads Group of the Sierra Club, and The Environmental Council of Huron Valley invite you to experience this impactful collection and learn more about the artists’ inspiration behind their art.


Gallery Exhibit Open April 9-30. Visit in-person or online. 

Awards Ceremony, Friday, April 16th, 7:00-8:00pm


See for Gallery times and more information.

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