THE reign of Queen Elizabeth II will be acknowledged with a morning tea at the Mount Isa Library on Accession Day, February 6.
Constitutional monarchist Barry Byrne said he appreciated the role the British crown played in the constitution of governments.
"It's important to me, I've always had a great deal of regard and respect for the Queen," Mr Byrne said.
"I think it deserves to be acknowledged."
Attendees of the morning tea will be celebrating the Queen's accession of the throne 68 years ago.
"Accession Day is the anniversary date of when Princess Elizabeth became Queen in 1952. It's a very important day," Mr Byrne said.
The free morning tea will be held from 10am, Thursday February 6 and is for all library members and visitors.
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