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Forecast is good for this Saturday’s women’s marches

Today looks like it will turn out to be a snow day for large swaths of North Carolina, but the forecast for Saturday promises blue skies and temperatures in the 50’s for the Women’s Marches that will take place in cities across the state.

Here’s the scoop on some of the major marches for folks looking to plan their weekend schedules:

Women’s Marches will take place in Raleigh, Charlotte, the Triad, Asheville and Wilmington (among other places) on January 20th. Click below to learn more and find opportunities to participate and volunteer:

Raleigh Women’s March will be meeting at Halifax Mall in Raleigh at 9:00 AM. Link to volunteer.

Charlotte Women’s March will be meeting at First Ward Park in Charlotte at 10:00 AM. If you plan to attend the march please sign up here. If you’d like to volunteer please use this link.

Triad Women’s March will be meeting at Corpening Plaza in Winston-Salem at 12:00 PM.

Asheville Women’s March will be meeting at Memorial Stadium at 11:00 AM. Link to volunteer.

Women’s March on Wilmington will take place from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM at 102 N. 3rd St.

See ya’ there!

 

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