We do have an election coming up, but discussing politics could be fun anytime. The Culver City Democratic Club is now organizing social events to get more people involved in the group in fun and different ways. What could be more fun than happy hour, especially when it’s two hours long? The Culver City Democratic Club will be hosing a Happy Hour on Friday, Feb. 25, Kay n’ Dave’s (across the street from Trader Joe’s & the Actor’s Gang) from 5-7 p.m. Find out about membership and more, or just come and enjoy.
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