It give me great pleasure to announce this year’s spring event:
I could hardly be more excited.
This spring, Professor Lee Hardy of Calvin College (my alma mater) will take us on a fascinating ride through the streets of Amsterdam and Copenhagen, two of the world’s leading cities for bicycling.
Professor Hardy’s inspiring multimedia presentation demonstrates how these cities make way for people on bikes and help them get around in a way that’s fun, easy, and affordable – for everyone!
After he answers your questions, we’ll turn our attention to our own community here in Holland, Michigan. Elisa Hoekwater, author of the greater Holland region’s new non-motorized plan, will offer a brief update on where things stand around here. Your input is welcome!
Delicious cookies and coffee from Simpatico Coffee will be available for you to enjoy.
The event will be held in Fourteenth Street Christian Reformed Church’s brand-spanking-new fellowship room. It’s cozy in the best kind of way, and you’re going to love it.
Join us on Saturday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m. to celebrate Bikes in Holland!
Tickets are $10 and are available online now!
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Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or for more information. This is going to be so much fun – I hope to see you there!