Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why are OUR parades “Bike Free”?

Some of our group went up to Antioch with our kids last weekend to watch the Easter Parade through town, followed by lots of kid-friendly, post-parade activity at Williams Park at the end of the route. One of the parade … Continue reading

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Webinar: Putting the Mettle to the Pedal – Ideas for Promoting Bicycling

Webinar: “Putting the Mettle to the Pedal – Ideas for Promoting Bicycling” Date: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Time: 1:00PM – 2:00PM Central Cost: Free (Advance Registration Required HERE)  The National Center for Safe Routes to School is pleased to offer the … Continue reading


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Why “Reimagine” Round Lake Beach?

Why is it “Reimagine” Round Lake Beach? Many reasons, most of which we’ve covered in this blog, and on our Facebook page, over the last year… but here’s one more. From Leigh Gallagher, author of “The End of the Suburbs: … Continue reading

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