It is time for the annual celebration of freedom. It's time for the Liberty Summer Seminar. This will be a special celebration after the victor over the small minded officials that tried to shut the LSS down.
LSS is always a great way to network and always has amazing speakers! I don't always agree with the speakers, but the debates are always interesting. You really need to go.
The world-famous Liberty Summer Seminar will be held on August 6-7, 2011 in Orono, Ontario. This event combines two days of lectures on the ideas of liberty with camping, music, and friendship. The Liberty Summer Seminar will take place at the home of the Jaworski family, located at 7570 Best Road. Guests are invited to camp on the property (BYO tent and sleeping bag), although some choose to seek comfort in one of several nearby B&Bs. Be sure to bring clothes for all weather - it could be hot, it could be cold, and it will definitely rain!
This year's line-up features Radley Balko of the Huffington Post, plus:
Nimish Adhia (Visiting Professor, Beloit College)
Leon Drolet (Educational Programs Director, Institute for Humane Studies)
Alide Forstmanis (Executive Director, Tribute to Liberty)
Jasmin Gunette (Vice President, Montreal Economic Institute)
Anton Howes (Director, UK Liberty League)
Jan Narveson (Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo)
Chris Schafer (Executive Director, Canadian Constitution Foundation)
Michael Schmidt (CCF Client and defendant in R. v. Schmidt)
Gregory Thomas (Federal Director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation)
Registration for the Liberty Summer Seminar is $125, or $60 for students. Registration includes all seminar activities, camping space, and meals from Saturday lunch to Sunday lunch. We have a limited number of volunteer positions available for students, please contact us if you would like to be considered for one of these positions. Student volunteers are not required to pay