“Liberty in the Park” on Saturday, September 9th.
Just before we nudge Summer out of the way, the celebration commences at 2PM, at Washington Park in Casper, Wyoming. It should wrap up around 6PM. School will be back in session, and we thought liberty-minded folks will be in the mood to celebrate our Independence, even if it’s not July 4th. There are solid reasons. One, to love it and nurture it, knowing it’s under assault, like no other time since 1775. Second, we plan to assure Virtuous Liberty’s future is bright, strong and vibrant. This outdoor event could appeal to some newcomers who have, for a variety of reasons, awakened to understand that one of our founding principles resonates with them, “Liberty is not self-perpetuating. It requires a force. We are that force.” We’ll need more foot soldiers who are relentless.
It will be a day of fun and fellowship, with like-minded speakers from around the state who will extol the Spirit of Liberty, reminding us that its pursuit is unceasing. Wyoming State GOP Chairman, Frank Eathorne will be one of our keynote speakers. Dave Iverson from the Cowboy State Politics podcast, and JR Riggins, political candidate. Legislators Bill Allemand, John Bear, Chip Neiman, Pepper Ottman, Ken Pendergraft and Jeanette Ward have confirmed their appearance. And, introducing Reid Rasner, political novice, who has officially launched his campaign to challenge U.S. Senator John Barasso. Other Liberty minded speakers have been invited as of this announcement. Grassroots groups and individuals from more than six counties have been invited to join us to celebrate “Liberty in the Park.” No admission charge.
Listen to inspiring music by our own Bill Ward, and other musicians, young and old, who understand music is a universal language of the heart. Food trucks will be there to satisfy your pallet. For our smaller Patriots, there will be a bouncy house, for ages 2 to 12. Something for everyone. During this time, we plan to have an auction off sundry items. Our sponsors and supporters of the cause of Liberty, have been invited to set up booths to display their wares or merchandise.
Plan now to be there. Mark your calendar, or set your Apple Watch. If your so inclined, ask God for favorable weather and safety for travelers. Bring your chair, or blanket on the ground, relax, and celebrate with us.