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Upcoming Events

March 2017

Member Office Hours: District 6

Thursday, March 30 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Sextant Coffee Roasters,
1415 Folsom St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
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Executive Director Brian Wiedenmeier wants to hear from you. He is hosting monthly office hours in each of SF’s Supervisorial districts. This month, he’s biking to D6 and locking up outside Sextant Coffee Roasters in SoMa on Folsom Street. Bike by and let him know what’s on your mind.

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April 2017
Free

Bike and Roll to School in the Excelsior

Tuesday, April 4 @ 8:00 am - 9:15 am
Excelsior Playground,
579 Madrid St
San Francisco, 94112
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The SF Bicycle Coalition leads a Bike & Roll to School "bike train" from Excelsior Playground Hub to nearby elementary schools. Join parents, teachers and students who gather with bikes and scooters (and helmets!). If you take the bus or drive to school, hop off MUNI at Madrid and Persia, or park the car and come join the fun. There are also "walking school buses" for walkers and strollers. The bike trains roll on the first Tuesday of every month. Heavy rain cancels the bike ride. We walk rain…

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Free

2017 Bike Tree Love

Saturday, April 8 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
SF Community School,
125 Excelsior Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94112 United States
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Bring your bike out on April 8th for a Friends of the Urban Forest Planting day. And fear not, Bicis Del Pueblo and SFBike are collaborating to provide bicycles for those without wheels as well as trailers to volunteers for the day. Friends of the Urban Forest makes it easy and affordable for San Franciscans to get new trees in front of their properties. Street trees beautify and improve neighborhoods, increase property values, reduce storm-water runoff, and clean the air. In collaboration with…

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Free

Biking with Babies (Pregnancy to Toddlers)

Saturday, April 8 @ 2:00 pm
SF Public LIbrary Portola branch,
Goettingen and Bacon Streets
San Francisco, CA 94134 United States
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Front seat, back seat, tag along or family bike? When can I start riding with my baby, and how do I get ready? Talk to our family biking experts and learn about the variety of equipment considerations at the Family Bike Showcase. We'll show off some electric pedal-assist family bikes, the best way yet to bike with baby to school, playdates, and other everyday transportation. Co-sponsored by Portola Branch S.F. Public Library. Register now for this FREE class. And yes, your baby or toddler is welcome at this presentation.

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Free

Bike Fair and Bike & Roll to School Week Kickoff

Saturday, April 15 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Jose Ortega Elementary School,
400 Sargent Street
San Francisco, CA 94132 United States
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Assemblymember Phil Ting hosts this annual Bike Safety Fair in celebration of Bike & Roll to School Week April 17-21 YBike Learn-to-Ride Freedom From Training Wheels Test Ride a Family Bike Safe Routes to School  Bay Area Bike Mobile free bicycle tune-up for first 20 bikes  YBike provides balance bikes for ages 2-5 and children's bikes of all sizes to use. Just bring a good attitude and a little determination. (You may bring your own bike). Free helmets for children while supplies last. Presented with support…

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May 2017
Free

Bike and Roll to School in the Excelsior

Tuesday, May 2 @ 8:00 am - 9:15 am
Excelsior Playground,
579 Madrid St
San Francisco, 94112
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The SF Bicycle Coalition leads a Bike & Roll to School "bike train" from Excelsior Playground Hub to nearby elementary schools. Join parents, teachers and students who gather with bikes and scooters (and helmets!). If you take the bus or drive to school, hop off MUNI at Madrid and Persia, or park the car and come join the fun. There are also "walking school buses" for walkers and strollers. The bike trains roll on the first Tuesday of every month. Heavy rain cancels the bike ride. We walk rain…

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Bike and Roll to School in the Excelsior

Tuesday, May 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Excelsior Playground,
579 Madrid St
San Francisco, 94112
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The SF Bicycle Coalition leads a Bike & Roll to School "bike train" from Excelsior Playground Hub to nearby elementary schools. Join parents, teachers and students who gather with bikes and scooters (and helmets!). If you take the bus or drive to school, hop off MUNI at Madrid and Persia, or park the car and come join the fun. There are also "walking school buses" for walkers and strollers. The bike trains roll on the first Tuesday of every month. Heavy rain cancels the bike ride. We walk rain…

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Convincing Decision Makers: A Public Comment Workshop

Wednesday, May 3 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
SF Bicycle Coalition – 1720 Market,
1720 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102 United States
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How do you convince someone of your position in just two minutes? Join us at this workshop where we'll teach you how to craft stellar public comment for an upcoming hearing or board meeting.

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SoMa Social: Let’s Talk Upcoming Projects

Monday, May 8 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The Driftwood,
1225 Folsom
San Francisco, CA 94103 United States
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Come grab a drink (alcoholic or otherwise) with our Community Organizer Charles Deffarges and other members to talk street projects in SoMa.

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Latest and Greatest: New Infrastructure Survey Ride

Tuesday, May 9 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
SF Bicycle Coalition – 1720 Market,
1720 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102 United States
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A casually paced ride to look at upcoming bicycle infrastructure projects in San Francisco. We'll stop and discuss the history and future of different corridors scheduled for bicycle improvements.

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