Santiago, Chile (PRWEB) October 29, 2013
Galt’s Gulch Chile (GGC) holds its inaugural Spring Celebration this week, October 30 – November 4, at the main clubhouse of GGC within its Curacavi, Chile property. The celebration is the first public event sponsored by the self-sustaining community inspired by Ayn Rand’s masterpiece, Atlas Shrugged.
Galt’s Gulch Chile was founded to give objectivists, libertarians and other proponents of individual liberty the opportunity to live according to their principles of free markets, voluntary association and minimal to no government interference.
Visitors can enjoy tours of the property, horseback riding, camping, biking, vineyard tours, hiking, mountain climbing, Jeep tours and a plethora of Chilean cuisine. It will also provide those considering moving to GGC and those that are already members of the community the opportunity to ask questions of the GGC team about the community, the organic farm, the sustainability programs and also the options for investment and residing in the community.
The event will feature entertainment by Galt’s Gulch resident artist Tatiana Moroz, Jordan Page and other Liberty Movement personalities, including Ben Swann, Luke Rudkowski, Jeff Berwick, Angela Keaton, Bob Murphy and Josh Tolley.
Though designed and developed as a residential organic farming community, GGC is situated approximately 45 minutes from Santiago and less than an hour from the lively beach communities of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar. The GGC Spring Celebration will give professionals in health and wellness, child and adult education, fine arts, engineering, and many other fields a chance to experience what life might be like in a system organized around voluntary contracts instead of government regulations.
Visitors will also experience first-hand the moderate central Chilean climate and Chilean cuisine and culture.
The event is open to the public with online registration available on the event page.
About Galt’s Gulch Chile – Located in the prime Mediterranean microclimate of central Chile, GGC is a Liberty-oriented self-sustaining organic farming community. GGC holds title to over 11,000 acres of pristine land, with nearly 800 liters per second of registered underground and surface water rights. GGC places heavy emphasis on environmental stewardship with two leading Chilean environmentalists on the GGC team. Please refer to the GGC website for further details on the project, as well as to register for on-going updates on investment opportunities and living in the community.