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To celebrate bicycling for transportation, fun and health, Colorado has designated each June as Bike Month. At the same time, Colorado joins a nationwide effort to encourage cycling novices and enthusiasts to experience the fun and freedom of safely riding a bike to work, school, errands and recreation.

While there will be many events around the state throughout the month, the highlight of the month is today’s Bike to Work Day when employees leave their cars at home and enjoy bicycling to work.

For information about Colorado Bike Month events in Colorado visit the Bicycle Colorado Web site at http://www.bicyclecolo.org.



Join the Roaring Fork Conservancy for a summer evening streamside stroll from 7-9 p.m. July 3. A conservancy naturalist will guide participants through Basalt’s newest riverfront park and the future home of the conservancy’s river center. Meet at 7 p.m. at the grand picnic table in Old Pond Park on Two Rivers Road, behind Taqueria El Nopal in Basalt. Please call 927-1290 for more information.

The Carbondale pool has reopened, and all programs are up and running. If you have any question about Session One swim lessons or anything else relating to the pool, call 963-2065.



Watershed planning, river riparian and habitat health/gravel pits, transit-oriented development, affordable housing, and regional population and growth scenarios will be discussed at the Watershed Collaborative summer meeting, to be held from noon to 3 p.m. Friday, June 30, at the Carbondale Town Hall.

Bring your own bag lunch or have one of Carbondale’s fine food establishments create one for you. Please RSVP to hmclaird@hmcnews.org.

The Vail Daily Colorado-Eagle River Ride ” a one-day, 100-mile, 100-kilometer or 45-mile bicycle ride ” is back on Sunday, July 23. The ride takes cyclists up the rural setting of Highway 131 and down 20 miles along the Colorado River. Proceeds from the event will go to the Snowboard Outreach Society. Register online at http://www.vailvelo. com.


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