Deputy Registrar Training

Deputy Registrar Training

Thursday, May 3, 6:30pm
Homewood Public Library, 17917 Dixie Highway, Homewood, IL

If two or more in your household will be attending, please complete a separate RSVP for each attendee. Though we hope everyone can attend, please complete the RSVP even if you are unable to attend so we can maintain your complete contact information for future classes. Also, please share this invitation with your interested family and friends. Note that doors open at 6:30 for sign-in and meet and greet; the training will start promptly at 6:45. Please bring a pen or pencil to take your own notes.

RSVP for 5/3/18 at 6:30PM at Homewood Public Library here:
(25 are needed for class to run!)

Registering voters is the first step to winning elections. As an appointed Deputy Voter Registrar you will help activate citizen engagement by encouraging people to vote and by registering people to vote.

One of the ways you may be appointed is through official training in your jurisdiction. After the class you will be required to take an oath and be sworn in as an official deputy voter registrar.

Join us if you are a currently registered voter in suburban Cook County. In this class, you will learn who is eligible to vote, ID’s needed to vote and paperwork used to officially register voters.

Read more about Deputy Voter Registrars here:

Craftivist Meet Up

Craftivist Meet Up

Friday, May 4, 6:30-8:30pm
Redbird Cafe, 2057 Ridge Rd, Homewood, IL

Come out to our SECOND Craftivist event and learn to heat emboss! Bring your UFOs. (Unfinished FUN Objects)

Come knit, color, needlepoint, crochet, rubber stamp, scrapbook, or make signs for your next rally!!

We still have Heat Embossing Feminist Postcard supplies from last month.

Fun family friendly, date night, or girls night!


Taco ’bout Taxes, Tuesday, March 13th, 6:30pm, Wiley’s Grill, Flossmoor, IL

Indivisible SSC Presents:  Taco ’bout Taxes!
Tuesday, March 13th, , 6:30pm

Introductions by Hazel Crest Mayor, Vernard Alsberry Jr.

Panelists include:

  • Fritz Kaegi, Candidate for Cook County Assessor
  • Donna Miller, Candidate for Coo County Board of Commissioners, 6th District

Wiley’s Grill at Coyote Run Golf Course
800 Kedzie Ave, Flossmoor, IL

$10 taco buffet at the door and beverages available at the bar for an additional charge.

Gratuities always appreciated.

ISSC Potluck and Meeting, January 14th, 1:30PM-4:30PM

Meeting at:
Flossmoor Public Library
1000 Sterling Ave., Flossmoor, IL


Come join us! Bring a dish to celebrate our first year. We have lots to discuss & decide. We are going to vote actions & events.

We will break into small groups to begin project assignments and time lines. We need to gear up to get out the vote. We have ERA & gun legislation projects to get behind. We have candidate forums to plan.

Doors open at 1:30 grab a plate and we will begin promptly at 2pm.

RSVP so we know how many handouts and paper goods & cups etc..

See you there!

Please note: The next meeting at the library will be on Sunday February 11th, so mark your calendars.

General Meeting, December 10, 2017 – 2PM-4:30PM

Meeting at:
Flossmoor Library
1000 Sterling Ave., Flossmoor, IL

This will be a Holiday Meet and Greet. Please bring appetizers OR a dessert.  Don’t let bringing food stress you out  and keep you from coming.  There will be plenty!

Please note: Upcoming future meetings at the library will be on Sundays, Jan 14th andFeb 11th, so mark your calendars.


ISSC General Meeting, Sunday, November 12, 2017

Join us for our monthly meeting at:
Flossmoor Library
1000 Sterling Avenue
Flossmoor, IL

Doors open at 1:30 PM
Meeting starts promptly at 2:00 PM

We’ll be meeting with two people from Indivisible to help us in our organizational efforts:

Elena Saltzman, Indivisible Midwest Field Organizer

Elena will help with goals, agenda, calendar and committee work and field any questions about nationals and recent developments with the home office.

Jeff Radue, Indivisible, Illinois Point Person

Jeff will be discussing voter suppression and security concerns especially in light of Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach, who is the Vice Chair of Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission: Kobach will use the Commission as a tool for voter suppression


After the meeting, join us for some food and drink at Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery, just across the street.

Health Care: A Human Right or a Profit Center??

Access to affordable healthcare in the U.S. is uncertain even for those who assume they are “well-insured”. For tens of millions, only emergency care is available. Unnecessary deaths, suffering from progressive diseases, and bankruptcies are an American disgrace. Other high-income countries guarantee affordable care.

From the Affordable Care Act to Single-Payer – learn about the paths forward.

Presenter: Ed Cole, business process consultant and progressive activist for universal healthcare.

Where: Frankfort Library, 21119 Pfeiffer Rd, Frankfort, IL 60423
When: Thursday, August 10th
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Sponsor: Indivisible South Suburban Chicago

For additional info, contact Ed Cole:
(phone) 815-464-2270 or (email)

Health Care Right or Profit?