EBLP Annual Wine and Liberty Festival, October 5, 2008



1:00pm - 4:00pm

The East Bay Libertarian Parties (Alameda and Contra Costa Counties) invite
you to join the fun for our annual Harvest Season celebration and fundraiser
at Westover Vineyards in scenic Palomares Canyon near Castro Valley. Enjoy a
relaxed, informal gathering of fellow libertarians and friends in the garden
at Westover.

Includes wine/port tasting, non-alcoholic beverages, light hors

d'ouevres, and souvenir Libertarian-logo wine glass

Meet libertarian candidates (Alameda and Contra Costa counties) for

congress, city council, and other elected offices

Raffle item include Westover wines

$20/person. All proceeds benefit East Bay Libertarian Party outreach


William Westover Smyth, Westover Vineyards' winemaker/owner and passionate
Libertarian, produces a variety red and white wines from the Livermore
Valley, Central Coast, and Russian River appellations. Unique to Westover is
its focus on crafting unusual ports from grape varietals such as zinfandel,
cabernet, merlot, petite sirah, chardonnay, and muscat. It's selection of
20+ ports - including specialties like white vanilla and cabernet chocolate
- is the largest of any winery in the U.S. Learn more about Westover
Vineyards' wines, ports, and events at www.westovervineyards.com.

RSVP / Questions

EBLP Freedom Lover

Join us for a Hamburger BBQ in Castro Valley August 31 Sunday from 2-4.
There will be salad, hamburgers, soda's, swimming with diving board and
slide if you're up to it. Price is $15. Come out for socializing. Call or
send email to Peter for directions and confirmation. Phone: (925) 890-2735

Email: activities@...

Fathom and Roadside Attractions present I.O.U.S.A.: Live with Warren
Buffett, Pete Peterson & Dave Walker in an exclusive one night event in
select movie theatres nationwide on Thursday, August 21st. This event will
include the critically-acclaimed documentary, I.O.U.S.A., and a LIVE
discussion about America's economic crisis and what we can do to change

This one night event will be shown tape delayed at 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time.
Tickets for this event at the Regal Theater in Dublin are $12.50 each.
Go to http://www.agorafinancial.com/iousa.html to purchase tickets in
advance. Tickets may be available at the door next Thursday, but you may not
be guaranteed a seat if the event is sold out.

The live discussion with America's most notable financial leaders and policy
experts, including Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway; William
Niskanen, chairman of the Cato Institute; Bill Novelli, CEO of AARP; Pete
Peterson, senior chairman of The Blackstone Group and chairman of the Peter
G. Peterson Foundation; and Dave Walker, president & CEO of the Peter G.
Peterson Foundation and former U.S. Comptroller General, promises riveting
dialogue and keen insight into the crisis we currently face. The panel will
be moderated by Becky Quick, co-anchor of CNBC's morning news show Squawk

From the producers of Wordplay and the studio that brought you Supersize Me,
the must-see documentary I.O.U.S.A. uncovers the source of critical economic
concerns that touch the lives of every American. A tapestry of archival
footage, hard data and candid interviews woven together, it paints an
authentic profile of today's economic condition. Solutions for how we can
impact this nationwide crisis and evolve into a more fiscally sound nation
for future generations are offered by the documentary's powerful conclusion.

The Regal Theater is easy to find, with plenty of parking and is walking
distance from the Dublin BART station. We'll be meeting at a nearby
restaurant (there are plenty of them in the area) for dinner at 6:00 p.m.
Call Curt Cornell at (510) 289-3668 and he will let you know which of the
many nearby dining establishments (Applebee's, Fuddruckers, La Salsa, etc.)
will be our rendezvous point.

To R.S.V.P. for this event, please join our Libertarian Party of Alameda
County Meetup Group at http://libertarian.meetup.com/438/.

Terry Floyd, Treasurer

Libertarian Party of Alameda County

Anyone interested in going to this? I can give rides from SF if that would be helpful.