Bull Moon Ride Kick-Off Event Set for June 17
Habitat for Humanity of Durham in partnership with Alliance Architecture is presenting the cycling movie ‘Breaking Away’ on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, in Rigsbee Hall located at 208 Rigsbee Ave. in Durham. This event is open to the public! Bring your dinner, enjoy an evening downtown, and learn more about a unique Durham night ride. The event begins at 6pm and the movie will roll at 7:30pm. Stop by after work!
Before the movie begins, Habitat of Durham will share information about the Bull Moon Ride on Saturday, July 18. The Bull Moon Ride, sponsored by the Durham Bulls, is a fundraising ride for cyclists of all abilities. The ride starts at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park at 8:31 pm. Experience downtown Durham sites including Duke Chapel as the sun sets. Return to the ballpark on the American Tobacco Trail under the stars. 12 mph avg. rolling speed with sheriff escorts. Helmets, tail and head lights required. Ride and help build homes, hope and community in Durham!
Special thanks to Alliance Architecture for hosting this bicycle themed movie night! For more information about the movie night or the Bull Moon Ride, contact Roxanne Hall Little at firstname.lastname@example.org or 682-0516 ext. 113. To register for the 2009 ride, click here.
Habitat for Humanity of Durham transforms lives and communities by making home ownership possible in partnership with people who care. Habitat has broken ground on more than 200 homes in Durham since 1985. Families are selected based on housing need, ability to repay the loan in full and willingness to partner with Habitat. The 1700 U.S. Habitat affiliates believe decent housing is a matter of conscience and action. Habitat for Humanity International works in 100 countries and since 1976 has provided more than 1.5 million people with safe, decent, affordable homes.
Thanks to DBBC’s Matt DeMargel for this capcom story.