Hey New York-area TreeHugger readers! What are you doing Thursday night, June 4th? What you should be doing is coming on over to Solar One (23rd Street & the East River) to a fundraising party with Bicycle For a Day and Matthew Modine to honor cycling supporters Bicycle Film Festival, Climate Ride, the League of American Bicyclists, Transportation Alternatives, and the New York Cycle Club. BFAD is also announcing a new project done in association with award-winning architect Adam Kalkin. Oh, and did I mention Rahzel is performing? And that's not even everything...But first the logistical details:Where: Solar One, 23rd Street & the East River
When: Thursday, June 4, 2009; 6:30-10pm
How Much: $30 in advance (reserved)/$35 at the door (unreserved)—purchase tickets online at www.bicycleforaday.com—you must be 21 or over to get in.
In addition to everything happening above, they'll be an open bar, tasting stations with local and organic food, a silent auction, eco-giveaways, a chance to check out new bike designs from Cynthia Rowley, an opportunity to see a demo of how you can build your own bike out of bamboo with Red Hook's own Bamboo Bike Studio, as well as a raffle for a Gibson guitar and two bikes.
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