SEPTEMBER JUNK RIDE
Thursday, September 30th
7pm at 10th & Main
Join us for our monthly community cruiser ride around town.
ZOMBIE RIDE to the ZOMBIE PROM
The JUNK RIDE dresses up as the ZOMBIE RIDE this Friday, October 1st. We will join in a combined celebration of community, art, and cultural events when the 2nd annual ZOMBIE PROM haunts the night!
Please note, the Zombie Prom will now be taking place at the Mesa Theater. A $10 donation at the door will not only help support our very own local community radio station during their Fall Fund Drive, but it also includes a night of death defying music spun by a vast array of talented djs, dancing, etc. for "a ghoulish night of music, mayhem, and fundraising." We will all be helping KAFM to meet the station's fundraising goal during this night which puts a frightening flourish on the last hours of their week-long effort of working toward their goal which will help them continue to bring the music and cultural events that we so love to the Grand Valley. 100% of the donations at the door go to KAFM! NOTE: This is a 21+ event.
For the ZOMBIE RIDE --- Bring lights and deck out your bikes to appear as though they may have just been excavated from the grave. Light up your bikes and your person. It will be dark out, so we want lots of light for safety as well as for illumination of our ghastly appearance. As usual, noise makers are highly encouraged.
Oct. 1st Zombie Ride order of events:
7:15pm - meet up at 10th & Main w/ other zombies from around town to embark on the ride which will ultimately end up at the Zombie Prom.
8pm - First stop at Planet Earth & The Four Directions Gallery (524 Colorado Ave.) for the Sustainable Roots Fundraiser and Art Auction. www.sustainable-roots.org. You just can't beat the winning combination of art & a good cause!
8:30pm - Brief dance party --- you know where!
9pm - Stop at The Raw Canvas Tattoo Studio and Gallery (755 Rood) for The Exposed Show: Art Gallery and Concert > http://www.therawcanvas.net/ Be advised Junk Riders, as we are all about all things wheeled but not motorized, we are thrilled to announce that the GJ Roller Girls, Grand Junction's new all female roller derby squad, will be making an appearance at The Raw Canvas around 6pm if you would like to stop by and meet them before meeting us for the ride.
9:30pm - Haunt our way into the Zombie Prom at the Mesa Theater. Be sure to check http://zombiepromgj.blogspot.com/ for more info.!
**Be sure to make note of the VENUE CHANGE!! The Zombie Prom will now be held at the Mesa Theater.**
DJ Strangefellow's Zombie Prom MASHUP Voting opportunity:
Vote for your choice of 3 artists, not songs --- vote for ONE combination of 3 artists from the list below that you hope to hear in ONE song. DJ Strangefellow will play the winner on Friday night at the Mesa Theater. Email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radiohead-Doors -Beatles-Depeche Mode-Talking Heads-Survivor-NIN-Pixies-Empire of the Sun-Deep Purple-Red hot Chili Peppers-Nirvana-Billy Idol-lenny kravitz-Ac/Dc-Pat Benatar-Nelly-ZZ Top-Crookers-James Brown-Sugarhill Gang-Pet Shop Boys-Prodigy-The Clash-The Beastie Boys-Joan Jett-nancy Sinatra-Metallica-Timberlake-No Doubt-Duran Duran-Michael Jackson
Our Mission: We are a group of citizens, cyclists and motorists working toward significantly increasing active transportation in the Grand Valley. We seek to collaboratively engage public and private stakeholders through outreach, education and fun, in order to increase bicycle accessibility and connectivity, improve cycling infrastructure, advance bicycling and traffic safety, and encourage enforcement.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Junk Ride this Thursday & Zombie Ride this Friday
Posted by Jason at 2:18 PM 1 comment:
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I just read this awesome article on grist. I know that some of our more concervative citizens here in GJ want cyclists to pay a tax or register. This article details the math behind the taxes we already pay and how by cycling, we are saving the city money. Read up and distribute widely. This is good stuff.
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