Lazy Fair 2013

Date: Jul 28, 2013
Time: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Location: 19009 SE Barton Park Rd., Boring, OR. 97009
Cost: $25.00

For Lovers of Limited Government

Lazy Fair 2013 !

¤ Refreshments ¤ B.B.Q. ¤ Camaraderie ¤

Barton  Park

19009 SE Barton Park Rd., Boring, OR. 97009

(Barton Park is near Carver – see directions below)

Sunday, July 28th

11:00am – 4:00pm

The annual Conservative Picnic Lalapalooza for the

¤ Executive Club ¤

¤ Cascade Policy Institute ¤

¤ Taxpayer Association of Oregon ¤

¤ Ask Damascus ¤

¤ Clackastanis ¤

“A great setting for brilliant conversation and lots of laughter with fellow lovers of liberty!”

$20.00 adults
$10.00 children under 12
$25.00 adults after July 22nd or at the picnic
(Note: Prompt payment helps us with food and refreshment planning. Thanks!)


Please remember to bring cash ($1, $5, $10, $20) to purchase tickets!
Tickets will be sold at the door!

Send a check made payable to “Craig Flynn” plus the RSVP form below to:
Tina Pisenti
c/o Cascade Policy Institute
4850 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Suite 103
Portland, OR 97225

Directions to Barton Park
Barton Park’s physical address: 19009 SE Barton Park Rd., Boring, OR. 97009.
Covered Area #2 next to the parking lot

Barton Park is located just off of Hwy. 224, approximately 9.8 miles east of Clackamas on the Clackamas River.
Take Interstate 205 to Exit 12, Clackamas/Estacada. Turn east-bound onto Hwy. 212/224. Proceed 3.2 miles through Clackamas to the Hwy. 212/224 split (Rock Creek junction). Follow Hwy. 224 to the right, following the signs to Estacada. Proceed 6.4 miles on Hwy. 224 to Bakers Ferry Road and turn right (Barton Grocery on the right-hand side). The park is .2 miles on the left-hand side of the road.

———— Print Page, Detach here and return with payment ———-

Please complete form(include all names of those in your party)
and include your check made payable to  “Craig Flynn 

Lazy Fair reservation for:  __________________________________

And Guest(s) _____________________________________________




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