BBQ Bike Bash
On Saturday, June 8th, local shops will be on-hand to perform tune-ups, demos and workshops in Schubas’ parking lot where we will provide a delicious barbecue. Bike donations will also be accepted and passed on to the Working Bikes Cooperative. Click here for more information.
Acoustic Brunch is in full swing. Check out the schedule now. Click for details.
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