Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Something for liberty-lovers in Auckland tonight: Happy Hour!


Reminder for tonight …


Tonight in Auckland the third Liberty on the Rocks event takes place at the Brewers Coop in Victoria St: an evening of ideas, craft beer and conversation with like minds. What could be better!

Liberty on the Rocks is a happy hour for liberty-minded folks looking to meet others, build their knowledge and friendships over beers, food and great conversation.
    Join us anytime between 6-9 PM at the Brewers Cooperative. Anyone is welcome! This is a very informal happy hour although we do bring in speakers for about 30-minutes each night and sometimes host activities/games. We are always welcoming to newcomers and anyone interested in the ideas of liberty, peace and voluntary interaction.

Sounds good, right?

So tell everyone you’ve every met, and get your arse along.

    WHERE: Brewer’s Coop, 128 Victoria St W, Auckland (map)
    WHEN: This Tuesday evening, July 5
    TIME: 6-9pm

See you there!


1 comment:

  1. Grimes deserves his put down for flagrant politicisation and moronic slapdash sloganeer " houseflood" drop $40,000 blab. Eric Crampton is becoming boring also with his similar politicisation, and immediate solutions in his posting at NZ Initiative. They also censor comment over there at NZI. A bad sign .

    There are valid methods to achieve more housing in Auckland. They are from a chap Peter Cresswell here


    The argument by P.C. gets away from slogans by proposing actual urban and rural solutions, and smaller local no shag around consent authorities.
    If I can understand it the nanny Banker State should be able to.


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