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May 14, 7pm - Waverley Resource Library
Anne Ostrom, Healthy Communities Coordinator, and Hanna Janiec, Public Health Nurse, will show you that walkable cities are the best places to live, work, play and do business! Learn what makes a more walkable city and take a checklist home to rate your own street and neighbourhood. Join the movement to make Thunder Bay more walkable.
May 15, 5-7pm, The Sovereign Room
Saturday, May 25, from 1:00-3:30PM, High and Memorial
Together at this family event, we will use green infrastructure to transform and revitalize underused, vacant land along one of our City's Image Routes into meaningful, vibrant space that produces functional benefits and encourages healthy lifestyles and recreation for the community. There will be various educational components, including tree planting demonstrations and a soils/rain garden presentation. For more information about the Memorial Street location and other details please visit www.thunderbay.ca/arborday and Facebook at: www.facebook.com/urbanforestrytbay .
June 8, 10am-1pm, Course Code: 287643 (Minimum Age 18); $60, or $20/hr; Volunteer Pool, Martha St.
The CAN-BIKE Adult Learn to Ride 1 is designed for adults who have never ridden a bicycle and wish to learn how to ride a bicycle. The course includes helmet and bike fundamentals illustrating the helmet fit and discussing the workings of a bike including power transmission, steering brakes, and gears. The riding section of the course includes: coast and balance, pedal and steer, and go and stop. The riding practice is interspersed with information on bike safety equipment, clothing, bike types, parts and security. To register call 625-8463. Visit www.safecyclingthunderbay.com for more information.
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