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October 11, 2017, Wedensday - Bicycle Commuting 101 at Southern Theater

Time: 12 PM - 1 PM
 
Location: The Southern Theater, 1420 Washington Avenue S

Bicycle Commuting 101

Looking to commute but a little nervous to take the first pedal? Join OurStreets MPLS for a FREE Commuting 101 Class! This comprehensive class that covers all aspects of commuting. They will cover basic skills, gear, and get more complex -- so whether you're a beginner or just looking to learn something new, this class is for you. Are you a seasoned rider but know someone who's thinking about commuting? Bring them along! Grab your co-workers, your neighbors, your friends, your lunch - and head over.

Hosted by Our Streets MPLS

This workshop is part of the West Bank Crash Course! The West Bank Crash Course is a weeklong introduction to the West Bank Neighborhood and a celebration of and for our businesses, resi...dents, artists and guests.

Crash Course workshops are free for attendees, but door donations are greatly appreciated. 100% of collected donations will go to stocking the food shelf at the Coyle Center. No one should ever have to miss a meal, and our friends at the Brian Coyle Center work tirelessly to ensure all individuals and families have access to culturally relevant and nutritious food.

The West Bank Crash Course is free thanks to generous support from the McKnight Foundation, City of Minneapolis’ Great Streets Business District Support program, the University of Minnesota’s Good Neighbor Fund, and the West Bank Business Association Business members