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From: zveRina [mailto:rob@zverina.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2002 1:05 AM
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Subject: R.A.V.E. (Rolling Art, Various Events) THIS SATURDAY (8/24) - Car-Free Seattle
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**Please distribute widely**

Rolling Art, Various Events
Come R.A.V.E. with us this Saturday...


Saturday, August 24 2002
10 am - 2 am in various locations
around the city

These events are FREE and fun for the whole family.

COLUMBIA CITY - Rainier Valley Heritage Days Parade
10 am - noon, 3709 S. Ferdinand St (Bikeworks Bike Shop)

CAPITOL HILL - 14th Ave [Sidewalk] Chalk Art Festival
11 am - 4 pm, 14th Ave. b/t Pike & Pine (Globe Cafe)

FREMONT - New Belgium Brewing Co. Tour de Fat
11 am - 6 pm, Canal St. b/t 1st & Phinney (FUNC)
     followed by Fremont Outdoor Cinema
special midnight showing of BREAKING AWAY

To get there by bus, visit http://transit.metrokc.gov.

A leisurely bike ride will connect the above events. It leaves from Bikeworks Bike Shop at noon and ends in Fremont around 4 pm, with a two-hour fun stop on Capitol Hill. Art bikes and costumes are encouraged, but not necessary.

What is an art bike? It's a bike with attitude. What's the message you want to send the world? Let your bicycle and/or outfit reflect this. Put a banner on your bike, wear a hi-visibility hat, decorate your helmet--it doesn't take much to let your creativity shine through. If you don't have a costume or decorated bike, don't worry about it, this ride is open to anyone who enjoys pedaling (or skating) slowly through the city. Put on your Saturday best and join us for a summer day you'll never forget.

For more info on all the fun that wouldn't fit in this email, visit
http://thinksmall.org or call robZ at (206) 547-6433.

See you on Saturday, and please pass this on to at least 2 friends...

rob zverina
Car-Free Seattle
(206) 547-6433

p.s. Look at these pictures from last year's car-free event in Fremont, taken by this year's ride marshal Hoyt:

Doesn't that look like fun? Also notice the thoughtfulness at the 9/11 memorial. I know there was no place I would rather have been after that than with friends riding around all day on bicycles. That little bit of quietness and innocence really helped me deal with it, the anniversary of which is quickly coming up.