In celebration of Constitution Day (17 September), your Quiet Corner Tea Party Patriots is hosting a 3 hour Making of America seminar with guest speaker Dr. Earl Taylor from the National Center for Constitutional Studies (NCCS) in Brooklyn, CT. This seminar, open to the public, will appeal to anyone of all ages that want to learn a bit more about our history, our Founding Fathers and our Federal Constitution; our rule of law and government as envisioned by our Founders, and limits of power placed upon the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.
Dr. Taylor, and the NCCS is dedicated to restoring the U.S. Constitution in accordance with the intent of America’s Founders, and they present seminars to communities around the country putting the Constitution in context of today’s events and history. It is very interactive & allows participants to actively ask questions. I promise, you will not be disappointed if you attend.
You can find out more about NCCS at http://www.nccs.net/ .
Our 3 hour seminar is scheduled for Friday, 28 September from 6-9 p.m. at the Brooklyn CT Community Center located on Tiffany Street. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
A donation of $10/adult is requested with children of any age free. We encourage you to bring your children, family, and friends. This is an educational event about histoy, our Founders, and Constitution. Open to the public, all are welcome.
For planning/head count purposes, we need RSVPs. If you have interest, or plan to attend, please RSVP to Duffy at duffyqctpp.gmail.com or Bev at firstname.lastname@example.org direct.
This is a great family event for you and kids to have discussion about the history of, and future of our country for a few hours. Hope to see you there.
best regards, and please invite friends and family.
“Knowledge indeed is a desirable, a lovely possession.” – Thomas Jefferson
Again, we ask you please RSVP/reply to me/this email or Bev soonest possible so we can get a head count. You will not be disappointed. Visit this page and you’ll better understand the issues in play http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/sep/14/trashing-the-constitution/