For those of you who missed last summer's Hillsdale College Constitution Colloquium in Washington, here's another opportunity! For RC Blog fans in the Washington/Northern Virginia area, only 100 in-person spots are available so sign up quickly.
“Reviving the Constitution”-- An Online Town Hall
January 30, 2010
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
REGISTER HERE: http://www.tvworldwide.com/events/hillsdale/100130/
Hillsdale College invites you to participate in a Constitution Town Hall onSaturday, January 30, 2010. This event, entitled “Reviving the Constitution,” is sponsored by Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for ConstitutionalStudies and Citizenship.
The Kirby Center, located in Washington, D.C., waslaunched in 2008 to teach and promote the principles and practices ofAmerican constitutionalism in the nation’s capital and nationwide. It is seekingwith this event to revive a town hall tradition in which enduring principles arethe focal point of conversation.
There are two ways to participate in this event--in person or by viewing a livevideo stream online. Advance registration is required for both forms ofparticipation.
Participation via live video stream (“webcast”) is free of charge; persons whowish to participate online will receive a link to the webcast upon registering.
In-person participation costs $10, and payment will be collected at the door(checks, cash, and major credit cards will be accepted). Lunch will be providedto those who register to be part of the studio audience. TVWorldwide.com islocated at 4206 F Technology Ct. in Chantilly, VA, 20151. Although space islimited, groups are welcome.
Town Hall sessions include presentations on the following topics:
• The Declaration of Independence
• The Principles of Free Government
• The American Constitution
• The Constitution and the Civil War
• The Progressive Attack on the Constitution
• American Government Today and What Citizens Can Do to Revive the Constitution
Town Hall lecturers feature leading constitutional scholars including Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn, and they will leave ample time for questionsfrom both in-person and online participants.