Find our upcoming NCGP events across North Carolina below.
The NCGP also supports events that align with the Green Party's 10 Key Values hosted by our local allies and fellow activists across the state. For those, please visit our NCGP Facebook page as well as the Facebook pages of the local NC groups listed on our Home page.
Do you have an idea for an event? Let us know! Is there a local event in your community that aligns with our values? Post it to the corresponding local Facebook page and email us at email@example.com to post it here!
Note: We generally do not post events here unless Greens are organizing to be there.
As Greens, we come together under a common set of Ten Key Values. Two of these values are 'social justice and equal opportunity' and 'respect for diversity.' As we are confronted with the most recent attacks on our own neighbors and fellow Greens by the federal administration, NC Greens must also continue to put pressure on our local and state representatives who continue to stand by legislation in North Carolina like HB318, a blatantly anti-immigrant law passed in 2015 limiting municipalities in their efforts to protect their immigrant populations.
Join NC Greens, many of whom are immigrants themselves, along with la Comunidad Colectiva and Charlotte residents as we stand together and attend the Charlotte City Council Meeting to remind Mayor Jennifer Roberts and the Charlotte City Council that the people are watching and we expect each of them to publicly fight anti-immigration policy at the local, state, and federal level.
Greens: Come out to Chapel Hill to support North Carolina Green Party co-chair Tony Ndege on this panel Monday, Feb. 27. The talk is hosted by Democratic Socialists of America on the subject of whether the left should work within the Democratic Party or build parties of its own. Historically, DSA has usually supported working within the Democratic Party. You can bet a lot of DSAers will support reforming the Democrats, so please SHOW UP and back up Tony. Let's make the case for the Green Party and independent politics!Bring a couple ballot-access petition sheets with you. We'll have some buttons and flyers.Download and print the NCGP Ballot Access Petition: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2sDtu4op2dKQWZ2MlQxZ3MyX3M/view?usp=sharing
Election Day! This meeting of the WNC Greens will be about going over the election results of our coordinating council and discussing future events that will be occurring.
Organizers invite you to head on over, have some drinks, food, and get to know one another! THE BLOCK will be offering non-alcoholic beverages and lunch / dinner food.
If you haven't already, we also invite you to connect with the Western NC Greens on Facebook.
Calling all Triangle Greens! The Triangle Area Green Party will hold its 3rd membership meeting of the year in Chapel Hill, and will continue to work on organizing its chapter. There will a report on some happenings in the North Carolina Green Party, among some reporting on the group's initial strategic planning.
Of note, the positions for Treasurer and Secretary in the Triangle chapter are still open for any member that's interested. Look out for the officer descriptions in the bylaws that will be posted. The agenda will also be posted in the week leading up to the event.
We hope to see you there!
Please note that both members and nonmembers who are interested in the Green Party are welcome to attend meetings. However, only members of the North Carolina Green Party may put forward proposals and vote on party business. To become a member, please visit our Membership Page.
Greens! Help to spread the word about the Green Party while enjoying Charlotte's Hippie Fling Festival. We will be tabling and flyering at the festival to help grow the Charlotte chapter and the state party.
This is a family-fun, free-spirit festival with free admission, free parking, and limited camping. Hundreds of vendors, food trucks, hoopers, jugglers, fire spinners, and fairies, plus a costume contest, hula-hoop contest, face painting, and bounce houses. And much more! Family-friendly and pet-friendly.
Volunteers needed to staff our table. We aim to collect many hundreds of petition signatures for ballot access at this event, so please volunteer to help out.
We also encourage you to connect with us in the Charlotte Area Green Party Facebook group to stay up to date on meetings and other events and to get to know party members and allies.
- Download and print the NCGP Ballot Access Petition.
- Download and practice our Petitioning Script.
- Read our "Tips for Gathering Signatures" Guide.
- Join the NCGP Facebook group and our Organizers group to connect with petitioners like you.
- Contact Jan Martell, our Ballot Access Chair, with your questions.