Rally For Our Rights – A Gun Rights Rally
February 29 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
It’s been awhile since we’ve done a rally outside of Denver and we think it’s definitely time! Join us as we use our First Amendment to advocate for our Second Amendment. This will be a non-permitted event on the sidewalks along Lake Loveland and Hwy 34. We’ll also be hosting a charity drive for the House of Neighborly Service (more info below).
When: Saturday, February 29th, 1-3pm
Where: We will meet at the southeast corner of Highway 34 and Lake Loveland in Loveland, CO and begin lining Hwy 34 from there. This is a very shady area with lots of trees and long sidewalks. Dwayne Webster Park directly across the street has a low fence right along the street and is a great place for kids. Parking is plentiful at the lake, at the park across the street, and along side streets. As always, find the flags, and you’ll find us!
Please do bring:
– American and historical, patriotic flags
– Banners and signs advocating for gun rights
– A donation for our charity drive (more info below)
Please do not bring:
– Confederate, Anarchy, Trump or political flags
– Off topic signs or banners, or anything advocating for or attacking a particular political party.
As with each of these events we have participants from various political parties and with differing ideological beliefs. Please be respectful and courteous to your fellow rally goers. Freedom is non-partisan!
Anyone is welcome as long as they support the right to keep and bear arms. Although this is not an “open carry rally”, open carry is your constitutional right! If you choose to carry a firearm, please make sure it’s secured, but firearms are not required.
Feel free to share this invitation with your friends and other interested parties. Let’s continue to fight back and make our voices heard. We hope to see you there!
RSVP on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/170203140954767/
With every Rally for our Rights event we also host a charity drive. During this event we will be collecting donations for the House of Neighborly Services. They are in need of the following items as well as other non-perishable foods. Our collection area will be by the Statue of Liberty on the east side of the lake.
The food staples that are needed most include:
Canned fruits & vegetables
Pasta & tomato sauce
Canned meat, especially pop-top
Nutritious snacks (dried fruit, granola bars, etc.)
Laundry & dish detergents
Toilet paper/tissues/paper towels
Feminine hygiene items