Last Weekend Party

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Event:
Last Weekend Party
Start:
May 25, 2013 12:00 pm
End:
May 25, 2013 10:00 pm
Updated:
May 17, 2013

Our fundraiser is closing at the end of May and we’re throwing this party on our last weekend in the space to help raise funds. If we don’t meet our goal, we don’t get anything, and we won’t be able to permanently reopen. Please donate now, or this will be the last weekend 1304 Bikes is open!

Donate here: http://igg.me/at/1304bikes

ALL DAY ACTIVITIES!
We’ll be here all day so come join us! We have lots of activities planned:

BIKE SHOP
12pm – Shop Opens
1304 maintains a bike workshop. We will also have volunteers on hand to help you with bike repairs and maintenance.

3pm – Basic Bike Maintenance & Repair Workshop
To learn more about the workshop, see the Raleigh Resource event:https://www.facebook.com/events/458804814214089/

5pm – Bike Shop closes, Party begins.

PARTY ACTIVITIES
5pm
We’ll have cornhole, darts, and a few other activities for the adults.

KID FRIENDLY
There will also be kid-friendly activities so bring the whole family. We’ll have some games and activity stations!

FOOD & BEER
There will be food and a keg, so please bring cash to chip in on these items.
Keg provided by Big Boss Brewery. It is their D’ICER. D’icer is a copper-colored Dunkelweizen in the Munich tradition with over 50% wheat, Munich & Vienna malts to give it a remarkable color and richness. Bavarian yeast and just the right amount of Noble hops make this beer a great thirst quencher. 5.5% abv
Foods – Pulled Pork BBQ sandwiches and tacos, Hot dogs and Hamburgers, as well as some other sides, vegan options, and deserts.

LIVE MUSIC
Evening – Live Entertainment
In the evening we’ll have The Last Tallboy performing followed by DJ Gonzo. There may even be a dance party, who knows? :)

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Why 1304 Bikes?
We provide facilities and free assistance for folks to obtain, repair, and maintain bicycles. 1304 Bikes makes bicycling accessible to everyone by offering free instruction and parts, as well as a shop space to work in. We’ve also run a successful earn-a-bike program where individuals earned free bikes by volunteering at the shop. Please help keep Raleigh’s only nonprofit bicycle collective alive!