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
1100 Atlantic Street
Milford, MI 48381
A Point of Pride
We are proud to recognize our talented and qualified members who are running for office in 2020. Denise Forrest, teacher, union leader and member of HVS Board of Education, announced her candidacy for the Michigan House of Representative, District 44. Denise is one of the founding members of Indivisible Huron Valley and a long time resident of the area.
Another Indivisible HV member, Karen Adams is running for Oakland County Commissioner, District 7. Karen is a strong activist in the community and the Democratic Party.
Congratulations to Denise and Karen for taking a stand and participating in the democratic process in a way that requires a lot of time, energy and perseverance. Thank you!
Congratulations to Denise and Karen
CALL FOR ARTISTS
The Environmental Council of Huron Valley, along with the Huron Valley Council for the Arts, Sierra Club and CUUB is hosting, "Our Changing Climate", an art exhibition dedicated to bringing awareness to our climate crisis and inspiring action.
Artists of all ages (kindergarten through adult) and abilities are invited to submit their work!
The contest is open to anyone and the exhibit will be on display at the Huron Valley Council for the Arts in Highland (HVCA) and CUUB in Brighton.
*Jan. 10 - Feb. 10 The art submission process opens
*Feb .24 artwork for exhibit selected, artists notified
*Mar. 22-27: artist delivers display ready artwork to specified gallery location
*Apr. 3 - 22, 2020 Selected artwork on display at HVCA and CUUB
*Apr. 25, 2020 Winning art work on display at the Earth Day Challenge
at Mt. Brighton.
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT ECO-HV