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Woony River Bike-a-Thon This Weekend

Friday, October 15, 2010

 

Join the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council this Saturday, October 16 (rain date is Sunday, October 17) for a beautiful trek along the Woonasquatucket River and help raise money to protect and expand the Fred Lippitt Woonasquatucket River Greenway Bike Path, a 5.5-mile route that runs from the Providence Place Mall to Lyman Avenue in Johnston and includes Providence's only off-road bike path.

Ride options include a 35-mile ride which starts in Providence, travels to North Smithfield and returns to the capital city; a 20-mile ride; a 10-mile ride; an easy 5-mile family ride and a 5-mile walk. Riders and walkers of all ages and skill levels encouraged and all pre-registered participants are invited to a free, post-ride barbeque sponsored by Wes' Rib House and Whole Foods at Waterplace Park from 12–2:30pm. Registration is $20 for individuals or $40 for families. Register and get bike-a-thon pledge forms online at www.wrwc.org or call 861-9046.
 

 

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