Please join us Friday June 26th as CBN puts on this fantastic event called ‘Rolling Through The 6′ at the Centre For Social Innovation in Regent Park.
‘Rolling Through The 6′ is a storytelling event to share unique perspectives on how we can share public spaces better and empower ourselves with strategies that encourage compassion and patience while commuting.
As well as the storytelling part of the event, there will be special speakers, a BBQ and a breakout session involving participants under the direction of a conflict mediation specialist and a city building agent.
Special speakers include:
Erin Kang – Events Manager at the Centre for Social Innovation & Creative Director and Storytelling coach of Stories of Ours
Ben Marans – Director of Shared Spaces at the Centre for Social Innovation
Luke Anderson – of Stop Gap
Brian Smith & Craig Heron – Storytellers
This is a free event with a BBQ and Beer for sale so come on out!
RSVP before June 24th and receive a free beer!
You can RSVP through Eventbrite.
What: Rolling Through The 6 – A Storytelling Event
Where: CSI Regent Park – Daniels Spectrum Building, 585 Dundas Street East, 3rd Floor
When: Friday June 26th, 5pm – 9:30pm
Please join us as we celebrate our 4th annual Toronto Vintage Bicycle Show Sunday July 26th from 10am -5pm in Trinity Bellwoods Park!
This is a shine and show event. So, if you have a vintage classic that’s been sitting in your garage or basement for the last little while, this is your chance to shine it up and show it off to the world!
Vendor space is available for merchants; $65 for retail vendors, $30 for individuals.
Vendor space can be purchased here using Eventbrite.
Otherwise, this is a FREE event.
Check out this cool video put together from footage of Toronto Vintage Television and Bell Local Calls filmed at our 2014 Show.
It’s a video that really captures the essence of our event!
Parking is available one block south on Walnut Avenue.
So, save the date and be prepared for another fun Sunday afternoon in the park!
CBN would like to inform you of, effective immediately, the closing of our 761 Queen St. W. location. With the impending renovation of our former space, CBN has decided to focus on our events and rides in the short term to better fulfill our mission to promote cycling in the community.
We will still be putting on and sponsoring a variety of rides and events including the Toronto Vintage Bicycle Show, Bike tours with Heritage Toronto and others.
We would like to thank all of our members, patrons and the community for their support throughout our almost 20 years at this location and we look forward to many more years serving the community. “It’s definitely the end of an era,” says CBN Daily Duty Manager, Jerry Lee Miller.
All inquiries should be emailed to email@example.com.
For members looking for repairs and DIY facilities we would direct you temporarily to a number of other not-for-profit bike shops (Bike Chain, Bike Sauce, Bike Pirates) or other bicycle shops in the neighbourhood.
We will be launching further activities as the season progresses so please continue to check our website for details.
Thank you for all of your support.