Neighborhood Bike Works Celebrates Alternative Transportation
Posted by on November 1, 2002
NBW is going to join Tim Leech on his ride from Lansdowne to Lloyd’s Hall for Going Greener: Alternative Transportation Fair We are going to meet:
Where: St.Mary’s location
When: 9 am on Nov. 10th ( Sunday)
The primary sponsors and organizers for the day are the Pennsylvania Interfaith Climate Change Campaign and the Sierra Club. The event is being held in conjunction with the Walk to Washington – a self-propelled journey across the country to raise awareness about the dangers and damage that would result from oil drilling in the Arctic Refuge. Tim Leech is biking across country as part of this effort, and will arrive in Philadelphia, at Lloyd Hall, during the event.
Help celebrate all the great alternatives to excessive oil consumption!
Sunday, November 10: 1-3PM
Lloyd Hall (on Boat House Row, just north of the Philadelphia Art Museum)
For more information or to sign up call or email NBW.
Neighborhood Bike Works – A youth program where young people can earn a bicycle as they learn bike repair and safety
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