From the Harford Campaign for Liberty:
LiberTea Party Alert!
Bring your kids and grandkids!
Join your Harford Campaign for Liberty for a LiberTEA festival this TAX DAY Friday, April 15, 2011 at 5PM at 212 S Bond Street in Bel Air!
April 15, 2011 marks the two-year anniversary of our Tax Day Tea Parties in Bel Air and Havre de Grace: join us again!
Join us for a kid-friendly festival on Friday, April 15 at 212 S. Bond Street.
This event is different from any TEA PARTY or Rally you have attended! Everyone is welcome!
The Harford County Campaign for Liberty is hosting a LiberTEA Festival on Tax Day – April 15, 2011 at 5:00PM until 7:00PM. The event will be held at the County Council Chambers office building located at 212 S Bond Street in Bel Air, MD.
This event is the 2-year anniversary of the unofficial kickoff of the Liberty movement across the United States. On April 15, 2009, more than 300 citizens and taxpayers stood in unity against big government spending and growth in the pouring rain in both Havre de Grace and Bel Air.
The name of this festival, LiberTEA, is a play on the words Liberty and TEA Party. The Liberty movement has been very influential in the past 2 years, prompting a huge flip in the US House of Representatives in the 2010 election and a growing conservative involvement in politics nationwide.
The office building at 212 S Bond Street is known as the “Black Box” and the property recently has been condemned by the County Government, prompting Harford County to plan to spend tens of millions of dollars on a new office building in Bel Air.
The LiberTEA Festival will include several patriotic skits and speeches on stage followed by a child-friendly carnival. Hosted by members of the grassroots organization, Campaign for Liberty, there will be games and entertaining educational activities for kids and adults to teach about the role of government. It is an all-ages event, and all supervised kids and grandchildren are welcome.
A couple exciting parts of this event will include:
– A skit about the difference between “government Santa” and the “real Santa” (or the difference between government spending and charity)
– A festival-type atmosphere with tables and booths for adults and kids to learn about our Government and our country
– A “cut the pork” demonsration.
Bring your families to learn about American history, American exceptionalism, and let’s teach a new generation about what it means to be free!
Campaign for Liberty’s mission is to promote and defend the great American principles of individual liberty, constitutional government, sound money, free markets, and a noninterventionist foreign policy, by means of educational and political activity. Harford Campaign for Liberty meets every 4th Tuesday of the month at the Forest Hill Knights of Columbus Hall at 7PM.