A Livable Streets Discussion and Happy Hour

Meet
and mingle with other readers, activists, and supporters of a livable
approach to transportation, development, and public spaces. Get to know
the others who share your values about the kind of city we want to live
in. Put faces behind the screen names online. And have a drink!

A Livable Streets Discussion and Happy Hour
Wednesday, March 28th, 6:30 pm @ The Tank
279 Church Street, downstairs

At
7 o’clock, leaders from a few organizations will introduce themselves
and say a few brief words about their current activities:

  • ddartley

    A capital idea.

  • See y’all there – Shea and I are going to swing by (a little late – after the First Precint Community Council meeting).

  • Gizler

    RSVP!

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