Tonight the Texas Freedom Network celebrates 16 years of work promoting religious freedom, civil liberties and public education. Please join us for our Epic Evening from 7 to 10 p.m at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum (1800 Congress Ave.) in Austin.
This is TFN’s biggest celebration and fundraiser of the year. We’ll have a fabulous silent auction, tasty appetizers and great music by the Texas Tycoons. In addition, TFN will recognize state Sen. Kirk Watson, D-Austin, with a Legislative Hero award for his efforts to stop the State Board of Education from censoring our schoolchildren’s textbooks and politicizing their classrooms. He is also a strong supporter of responsible, evidence-based sex education in public schools. We will also thank Nancy Neavel and her late husband Dick for their years of selfless volunteerism and support for TFN’s work by recogizing both with our Samantha Smoot Activist award.
You can still buy tickets at the door tonight ($65). So please come out and join hundreds of fellow Texans in celebrating our 16 years of work on behalf of real mainstream values.