2011 Lazy-Fair: Oregon’s most fun political party

2011 Lazy Fair!
Sunday, August 14th
Sponsored by Oregon Executive Club, Cascade Policy Institute
& Taxpayer Association of Oregon

Eagle Fern Park
(Eagle Fern Park is near Estacada – directions on reverse side)
11:00am – 4:00pm

“The must-be-there picnic for brilliant conversation, companionship and laughter with fellow lovers of liberty!”


$20.00 adults $25.00 after Aug. 8th
$10.00 Children under 12

We will be serving BBQ chicken, Beef, smoked pulled pork, baked beans, potato salad, corn on the cob, coleslaw, pasta salad, dessert, beer, wine & soft drinks and water included

go to Area 2 the Big a Frame covered area

Send a check, and note on the names of those in your party payable to:
P.O. BOX 61, Gresham, OR 97030

“RSVP as soon as possible for the best price”

Directions to Eagle Fern Park

Eagle Fern Park is located approximately
3 miles north of Estacada

Take Interstate 205 to Exit 12 Clackamas/Estacada,
Turn Right onto Hwy. 212/224.
Proceed 3.2 miles to the Hwy. 212/224 junction
Turn right onto Hwy. 224, follow signs to Estacada.
Proceed 10.4 miles and
Turn Left onto Wildcat Mountain Rd.
(sign reads Dover District/Eagle Fern Park.)
Go 2.0 miles to Eagle Fern Park Rd;
Turn Right. The park is located 2.3 miles on the
right-hand side of the road. Go to Area 2- the big A-Frame.

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Please send in this slip and a check, and note on the names of those in your party payable to:
P.O. BOX 61, Gresham OR, 97030

Lazy Fair reservation for: __________________________________

And Guest(s) _____________________________________________


Send my Lazy Fair tickets to: ______________________________

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  • Consistency Watch

    A libertarian party held in a socialist government owned park.  Hypocrisy much?

    • Cf80

      If we as taxpayers have to pay for a park,  why should we be banned from renting it?

      • valley dude

        You shouldn’t be banned from renting it. You should stand by your principles and rent a private park. There are plenty around to choose from.

        • free to choose

          I love how the left, likes to dictate what peoples principles should be, instead of leaving that “choice” up to the group or individual.

          I prefer the freedom to choose and not to be told what I must do or believe.

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