Friday, November 4, 2011

The Patriot Guard Riders Documentary Screening


Soldier Down, Kickstands Up
Motorcycle Group Silences Funeral Protesters and Honors Military Dead

A new documentary, “Patriot Guard Riders” will be screened at Olympic Cellars, Port Angeles, WA on Veteran’s Day, Friday, November 11th, 2011. ViewTrailer


“Patriot Guard Riders” traces a motorcycle group that formed to protect people attending military funerals from the Westboro Baptist Church, a hate group who claims that American war casualties are divine retribution for the country’s tolerance of homosexuality. Now 250,000 strong, bereaved families nationwide invite the group to escort fallen soldiers from the airport to the burial grounds where they stand in flag lines even when the protesters don't show up.

This fundraising event is co-sponsored by Peninsula Community Mental Health Center and Olympic Cellars. Peter Casey, Executive Director of the Center, says, “We are thrilled to share this documentary with the community and pleased that all profits will be directed to unfunded Veteran services.” The Director, Ellen Frick will be in attendance and take part in a Q&A conducted by film critic, Rebecca Redshaw following the screening.

Location: Olympic Cellars, 255410 Highway 101
Port Angeles, WA
Donation: $25.00
Date: Friday, November 11, 2011
Time: 6 p.m. No Host Bar with light refreshments / 7 p.m. screening
Tickets: Port Book & News, Purchase Tickets Online or call the winery (360) 452-0160

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

May the families and loved ones of the fallen rest at night in peace, knowing that the pursuit of happiness of the many must be defended by the few who are willing to fight and possibly trade that ultimate value, their life, so that we in America may be free. Our heroes do not give or sacrifice their lives willingly, they lose it by accident, or by the intention of our enemies. Thank you fallen heroes, their loved ones and The Patriot Guard. Amen!
P.S. It is no sacrifice if a person values their life and those they love and loses it defending an equal value, freedom. Our lives become valueless without liberty and justice for all of us. Our enemies do not value life or freedom on earth, they want us dead or enslaved under their banner. To name our enemy has become designated a hate crime. But those who we must not name know of whom I speak.