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The Bike-It Committee is hosting a free bicycle buy and sell on April 27 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
at the R.C. Austin Operations Centre at Trafalgar Road in conjunction
with the Town’s Earth Day Event. This is a terrific opportunity to provide someone else the chance to make use of your gently used bike. Note that sellers must stay with their bikes and take away any that are unsold.
Sellers may price their bike at any reasonable amount and may
choose to give it away free to a good home.
Tricycles and other cycling equipment are also welcome. The intent of this event is to recycle
bicycles, put bikes in the hands of those who need one and as a bonus, residents can clear out their garages in an environmentally friendly way.
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The Public Works Earth Day Event will be held at the R.C. Austin Operations Centre from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Breakfast and lunch is available for purchase. More details will be available soon.
The Halton Hills Bike-It Committee, Smart Commute Halton and the Office
of Sustainability are hosting their seventh annual Noon Hour Bike Ride event in
recognition of the globally celebrated Bike to Work Day.
The event will begin at 11:45 a.m. at the main entrance of the Town Hall located at 1 Halton Hills Drive in Georgetown, for a
leisurely noon hour bike ride.
Cyclists of all levels of experience will ride
together through scenic trails and quiet residential streets. Participants are invited to bring their own
picnic lunch and enjoy it during the lunch break part way through the
ride at the Georgetown Fairgrounds.
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The seventh annual Bike-It to The Market will be held on Saturday, June
15, 2019 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Participants will be treated to a
free pancake breakfast hosted by the Georgetown Rotary Club. (Donations towards
Rotary projects are always welcome.)
This is a free event with riders of all ages,from all parts of the town,
making their way to the Georgetown Farmers’ Market by whatever route they
choose. To ensure safety and enjoyment for all ages, Main Street from the
Farmer’s Market to Maple Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic.
Free valet bike parking will be available in the Main Street Parking
Lot. The breakfast is free to all who arrive by bicycle but can be purchased by
Participants can leave their bikes parked while they enjoy the
Georgetown Farmer’s Market and fun activities for children.
The closure of Main Street has provided the opportunity to add more free
fun activities for all ages courtesy of the Halton Hills Active Easy
Alliance. New activities include a children’s cycling skills course, plus
hula hooping, skipping, zumba, ball hockey and more.