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Tour de WPL: A Group Bike Ride


This is the rescheduled date for this program due to rain on the originally scheduled date in May.

Join our library group bike ride! If you are nervous about riding your bike in the city, want some safety tips and/or to explore a new route with others, this will be a fun ride! All levels of experience are welcome. Starting at Cornish Library (20 West Gate) the route will take you on bike trails and city streets as you make your way to Millennium Library (251 Donald St.) and then to St. Boniface Library (131 Boul. Provencher) on a one-way tour.

In honour of Winnipeg’s 150 anniversary, interesting stories from each library will be included in the tour. Participants are encouraged to provide their own helmets, dress for the weather and arrive on time. A waiver will be required to participate, and can be viewed below. For adults only.

Meet at the Cornish Library, 20 West Gate.

Offered in partnership with The Wrench

Saturday, June 8, 2024
10:30AM - 12:00PM
Cornish Library
  For Adults  
  Genealogy & Local History     Health & Wellness  
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