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Bikes Not Bombs – Girls In Action Spring Session

Written by Boston Biker on Mar 07

May 2, 2008toJune 27, 2008

GIRLS IN ACTION – Spring session

May 2nd – June 27th
Fridays 4:00-6:30, with occasional Saturday events

In Girls In Action, girls ages 10-13 have the opportunity to engage in basic bicycle mechanics, bicycle outings, sleepovers, arts and crafts and discussions on girls’ issues. It’s a good time for any girl who likes bikes and wants some positive time with a cool group of girls! The group is also invited to all of the Saturday morning youth bike rides, and does some of its own girls-only Saturday outings.
Program cost is $15-$30 for the whole session (scholarships available).

Contact Christina Illarmo at 617-522-0222 or [email protected]
Download the application and flyer at http://www.bikesnotbombs.org/youth

PS: The Winter session of Girls In Action is bustling with activity as I write!

PPS: I just came across this video again and remember how much fun it is to watch, it was done at our old space by the PBS television show Curious George, see here and click on Fixing Bikes to see some former Girls In Action and other youth participants!


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Meet Bob Roll In Boston At Landry’s Bicycles

Written by Boston Biker on Apr 21

May 9, 2008
7:00 pmto9:00 pm

Meet Bob Roll in Boston at Landry’s Bicycles: Friday, May 9

Come meet Bob Roll, the colorful Tour de France commentator, at Landry’s/Boston store on Friday, May 9, 7:00-9:00pm. Enjoy a Q&A session with Bob Roll, get a signed poster, enjoy some refreshments, and celebrate cycling in the merry month of May. This event is co-sponsored by Landry’s/Boston store and our friends at Kryptonite and Harpoon Brewery. If you plan to attend, RSVP to [email protected]
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