Northern Region of Libertarian Party of California Co-Hosts Celebration of Liberty
CAMINO, CA (June 15, 2021) – Crystal Basin Cellars, an award winning Camino winery in the Sierra Foothills, is celebrating the end of the state mask mandate by co-hosting a “Mask Burning” celebration with the Northern Region of Libertarian Party of California this Saturday, June 19th, 2021 from 1:00-4:00pm at 3550 Carson Rd, Camino, CA 95709. This event is being organized as a way serve as an opportunity for healing by sharing stories with friends and neighbors, in addition to fun family friendly activities, including music by “Character Assassins,” a dunk tanks featuring a Governor Newsom impersonator, local artists and more.
The event is free, open to the public, no reservations required. Everyone is invited come celebrate health, freedom and the good life with us, in this peaceful act of civil disobedience. “No matter what last minute changes the governor may issue, it doesn’t matter, the show will go on! We are DONE!” said Mike Owen. “If you too are ready to say goodbye to this time in history; the public is welcome to celebrate freedom by burning your mask in a healing ceremony with friends, and good wine, in a peaceful setting.”
During the state mandated lock down, every time Crystal Basin Cellars became compliant with a latest “law,” Governor Newsom would change the rules, resulting in the shutting of this small family business down, multiple times since March 2020. The stress from this constant fear of losing their life’s work caused serious health complications for Mike Owen, the owner, who just recently underwent a triple bypass. Owen is still still convalescing from surgery, but he feels it’s very important to burn the masks that represent this traumatic time in history, so all who were adversely affected by state mandated restrictions may all heal and move on.
The Northern Region of the Libertarian Party of California is pleased to cosponsor this event so that the public can share their stories, as many have all been the victims of capricious government restrictions for over a year. “We encourage you to use this moment as a time to heal from the trauma of this last year and remember the most valuable lesson of all,” said Jia Christopher, Northern California Regional Coordinator for the Libertarian Party of California. “That personal liberty and individual rights are fragile and we must stay dutifully committed to protecting ourselves and our neighbors from statism, because as we have now experienced, our rights are precious and can easily be taken away. Let’s celebrate life, prosperity and freedom!”
About Crystal Basin Cellars
Crystal Basin Cellars boasts the best team in the Sierra Foothills. You can be assured that their focus is on creating the most flavorful wines from local fruit. Our main hospitality team players provide a wine tasting experience that is one part fun, one part information, and a price-to-value that is second to none. We call our style of service “legendary foothill hospitality!”
All of our red wines are crafted from grapes grown within 30 miles of our winery, in the El Dorado appellation. Our growers bring us 15 different red grape varieties and we process them from grape to bottle in our historic facility. Access to such a wide variety of grapes allows us to create varietal wines from individual grapes. Our wines are regularly awarded medals in major wine competitions, helping guide our efforts at creating the most flavorful wines from our unique, high-altitude growing environment.
About the Libertarian Party
The Libertarian Party (LP) was founded in 1971 and is the third largest political party in the United States. The Libertarian, Democratic, and Republican parties are the only political parties that appeared on the ballot in all fifty states this past November. The LP seeks to expand personal freedoms, dramatically reduce taxes, decrease interference in the economy, and avoid meddling in overseas conflicts. The LP of California is an affiliate of the national Libertarian Party; learn more at www.ca.lp.org.