|Sunday, June 15, Gun Show, 8 am- 2 pm, LIE I-495,
Route 110 South 6 lights to 585 Route 110 on East side of 110.
$5 admission, free parking.
The people's right to bear arms protects all the people's other rights.
Gun shows serve as focal points for Second Amendment activists. Gun shows
attract more people than most political conventions. This is why would-be
tyrants deem it important to eliminate gun shows. Hence, the outcries against
the nonexistent "gun show loophole".
June 17, the Libertarian Party of Nassau meets at 8 pm
at the lower level conference room, 230 Hilton Avenue, Hempstead, Third
Tuesday of each month
Wednesday, June 18th from 4-7 pm.
Mike Siegel of WLIE 540 AM radio will be holding a smoking ban protest
and live radio show with open mike at the Vanderbilt Events Center,
1600 Round Swamp Road, Plainview .
Rich Cooper, Chair LP Nassau
Jun 27-29 Monmouth NJ, Re-enactment of the Revolutionary War Battle
of Monmouth Courthouse.
Monmouth Battlefield State Park
Thousands of history buffs, members of the Brigade of the American
will dress in period correct garb and use period weapons to re-enact
the battle. Long Island participating groups will include:
The Third New York Regiment
The Huntington Militia http://www.geocities.com/LIMILITIA/
2003 July 7, Monday: Third Party Club
1st Monday of the Month
MAZZEI'S, 7 Montauk Hwy., Blue Point 363-6666
97 to 27A Left
Left into driveway
Members of minor parties discuss common interests.
Sept. 1, 2003
S A F E - First Monday of the month at 7:30 PM.
Rainbow Senior Citizens Center,
corner of 35th Street and Buffalo Ave.
Village of Lindenhurst.
Directions: Take Wellwood Ave. South off Sunrise
Highway (Route 27), proceed 2 blocks and bear right at the light onto New
York Avenue. Continue South on New York Ave., approximately 8 blocks to
35th Street. Turn right (West) at 35th Street and proceed 2 blocks to the
flashing light (Buffalo Avenue).
The Senior Citizens Center is on the left side of the
Go to the rear of the building and follow the signs to
the meeting room.