Join us for our Community Activation Session June 16th from 11am-2pm!
This session is free, open to all, and lunch will be provided.
You may have heard that PPRN recently released our Community Plan for Poverty Reduction. You can find a copy of the plan by clicking here.
Now, we are asking the community to join with us on our quest to reduce poverty in Peterborough City and County!
The Community Activation Session will be held at Seeds of Change (534 George Street), from 11:00am-2:00pm on Thursday, June 16th 2016.
The venue is accessible.
This session aims to build on current momentum and bring together new partners to work on concrete actions that will reduce poverty.
Please RSVP by Friday, June 10th to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call/text 705-874-3818.
Cruising into summer
This season is rolling along nicely here at B!KE. We have heard lots of rave reviews about the new workshop space and are helping hundreds of people a week get their bikes riding smoothly! If you haven’t been in to check out the shop yet come drop in during our retail hours, Monday to Friday 12-5, for a little tour and perhaps some DIY bike cleaning. Want assistance with your project? Join us during Open Shop: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 1-7 and Saturday 10-4.
Bethune Street Consultations
Thursday, May 19, 2016 at the Holiday Inn, 3:00-5:00 & 6:00-8:30
Join us today for an important conversation about the Bethune Street Project. This project will be a cycling corridor for downtown, a Trans Canada Trail link, and potentially a precedent setting project for Peterborough. How to do want to get through downtown? What will make your ride easy and safe? Show up and share!
More free workshops and farmers market bike checkups!
There is still space in some of our free and awesome maintenance and riding workshops. Register online. Can’t make it? Add a free bike checkup to your week by pedaling over to the Wednedsay Farmers Market from 9-2, Charlie will be there checking out bikes for two more weeks!
Mark your calenders! July 16th!
Peterborough Pulse is looking for Route Rabbits to bike around the busy open streets route on event day. Pulse will be returning July 16th 2016 from 9am-3pm to once again transform the downtown core into a vibrant, car-free corridor for active play.
If you enjoy cycling and interacting with all types of local folk -then by Rabbit, this volunteer role might just be for you! Sign up today at www.ptbopulse.com