Ride with Librarians

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Join Fernie Heritage Library librarians as they hop on their bikes to launch their Fernie Book Bike for the season.

The Book Bike is a Fernie Heritage Library summer staple, bringing books to everyone all around town.

Join the librarians as they hop on their bikes to launch the Fernie Book Bike 2018 Programs in conjunction with #biketoworkbc day. ALL ARE WELCOME! Everyone will meet in the library garden with bikes, bells and balloons, on a scheduled yet leisurely route around town, ending at The Bridge Bistro. All bikes and riders are welcome to join for the entire ride, or at pick-up spots along the way. Peddle on!

All riders to wear bike helmets. Riders can start at the library parking lot at 4:00pm or may join along the way at one of the eight stations throughout town indicated below. Each station will be well marked with green balloons and signage.

ROUTE:(All times approximate)

4:00PM: Depart from Fernie Heritage Library Garden, 492 3rd Ave
4:20PM: Gear Hub, 401 1st St
4:25PM: Fernie Arts Station, Corner of 1st Ave & 6th St
4:30PM: Fernie City Hall, 501 3rd Ave
4:35PM: Rotary Park Gazebo, 6th Ave/6th St Parking Lot
4:40PM: Trinity Lodge, 1142 6th Ave
4:50PM: Special Guest Sighting! Location TBA
4:55PM: Bright Beginnings Pre-School, 1601 2nd Ave
5:00PM: Maiden Lake, Corner of 17th St & 9th Ave
5:10PM: Annex Dog Park Entrance, Corner of 16th St & 12th Ave
5:15PM: Bike to Work Fernie HQ, Corner of 11th St & 12th Ave (meet on Dyke)
5:30PM: Bridge Bistro, 301 Hwy 3

WHAT TO BRING:

Bike and Helmet
Appropriate clothes and footwear
Water
Sunscreen

*IMPORTANT* A responsible adult/caregiver MUST be present with any child under the age of 12, in order to participate in this ride. No exceptions—this is not a drop-off program. Parents are responsible for their children throughout the entire ride and event.

Email fhlprogrammer@gmail.com for details.


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