Posted in Community Development, Education & Knowledge Sharing, Pollinate Collaborations Project, This is Cool, tagged Asheville Track Club, Buncombe County, Connect Buncombe, county-wide greenways, Equinox Environmental, greenway master plan, greenways, Hands of Sean Perry Co, Kostelec Planning, Liberty Bikes, Montford Walk-in Bakery, Mother Earth Produce, Pollinate Collaborations, Sound Mind Creative, WSM Craft on May 31, 2012 |
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Greenways, Please video is a collaborative effort of Buncombe County and its municipalities and partners, as well as local businesses and organizations to provide information about the benefits of greenways in a fun format for viewing across the county. Connect Buncombe is seeking partners to share this 5 minute public service video at theatres, events, and on websites. Please get in touch to become a Greenways, Please video screening partner.
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Asheville On Bikes
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Posted in Community Development, tagged AoB, Asheville On Bikes, BioWheels, Clingman Cafe, Halloween Asheville, Liberty Bikes, ProBikes, Pumpkin Pedaller, Wedge Brewery, Youngblood Bikes on October 20, 2009 |
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Saturday, Oct. 31th
5:30pm – 8pm
The ride begins at City County Plaza, just outside City Hall, and culminates in the parking lot of Clingman Café. The Melanaster Band’s Marley Carroll provides the musical entertainment for the evening. Entry to the event is $5. Wedge Brewery will be serving beer from 2 p.m. on, and starting an outdoor Halloween movie at 9 p.m. (Wait Until Dark). Clingman Café’s kitchen will be open.
As always, costumes are customary and prizes are present. PRIZES, YESSSSSS!
The ride isn’t strenuous, but there are a few short climbs so design your costume to be bike functional. Be well illuminated and wear your helmet.
ProBikes, Liberty Bikes, BioWheels, and Youngblood Bikes want you to be properly equipped for the ride. Save $2 on bike lights or a bell with the mention of AoB and the Pumpkin Pedaller.
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