Celebrating 10 Years with the Tea Party Movement

Celebrating 10 Years with the Tea Party Movement

Patriots will come together this coming week-end as the Dartmouth will be “anchored” at the main entrance of the Castillo de San Marcos. Tourists going to the Fort will pass the main sidewalk going to the ticket sales area. Trolley trains dispatched passes directly in front of where the Dartmouth will be on display.

Patriots from the St. Augustine Tea Party will set up early morning and the boat will be on display until 7 PM. This will go on for both Saturday April 13th and Sunday, April 14th. Patriots from the St. Augustine Tea Party and the First Coast Tea Party will be on hand periodically, both days. Town Criers will be present in period dress to promote the Tea Party.
Some may recall the First Coast Tea Party’s christening of the Dartmouth during the early days of the tea party movement. The St. Augustine Tea Party and the First Coast Tea Party have shared in the caring for this vessel.

Tourists and passers-by will be able to have their pictures taken with the Dartmouth. A full size photo of Donald Trump will be available for photos with our current President.
Organizers anticipate crowds gathering this weekend as patriots around the USA recognize the 10th anniversary of Americans standing up for the principles established by America’s forefathers along with reminding elected officials that “we the people” are T.E.A. We are blessed to have the Dartmouth and the opportunity to celebrate with patriots this coming week-end in Florida’s historic district of St. Augustine with the two NE Florida tea party groups. Come join us!

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