Cyclepalooza 2018 Brainstorming and Planning Meeting

Wednesday, June 13, 5:30pm - 7:30pm. Meeting will formally start at 18:00

Meet At:

Memorial Park Library - Meeting Room 2 (Basement)
Notes: Meeting Room 2, down stairs, to left.
By: Vanessa
WHAT: A Call For Cyclepalooza 2018 Brainstorming and Planning Meeting

All folks welcome, come put your heads together with us as we dream and plot for our upcoming 8th Annual Cyclepalooza 10 DIY bike festival, running July 13- 22.

Let’s put our heads together to make plans of action of engagement leading up to this year’s festival at other events, and some critical planning and brainstorming for this year’s festival.

Never participated in Cyclepalooza? We would love to have you participate, and/or lead a ride. We will support you with getting yourself organized. Want to take on a coordinator role? Let’s chat! Love Bike Prom, and want to help? Many well placed hands make light-work.  

Cyclepalooza is a community-driven, do-it-yourself bicycle festival held every summer in Calgary. Cyclepalooza brings people together through cycling for fun and transportation, more info here:

https://cyclepalooza.ca/about/

Want to come to the meeting with ride ideas that you would be interested in hosting, take a gander through the calendar of past festival fun:

https://cyclepalooza.ca/monthly-calendar/?calmonth=07&calyear=2017

See live links at bottom of website page

Cyclepalooza 2012 Archive - Cyclepalooza 2013 Archive - Winterpalooza 2014 Archive - Cyclepalooza 2014 Archive Cyclepalooza 2015 Archive - Winterpalooza 2016 Archive - Cyclepalooza 2016 Archive

Website: cyclepalooza.ca

Follow us by liking us on Facebook, or following [at]Cyclepalooza on Twitter, or https://www.instagram.com/cyclepalooza/

**Will confirm on accessibility of this meeting room once space is confirmed**

Disclaimer: The Cyclepalooza calendar is presented as a convenience for cyclists. Cyclepalooza is neither responsible for nor endorses the activities listed, except where otherwise indicated.

Cyclepalooza would like to acknowledge that all events hosted take place on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikuni, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina and the Stoney Nakoda First Nations, including Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nation. The City of Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.

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