Tour de DCPL X

Cleveland Park LibraryMt. Pleasant LibraryPetworth LibraryShaw (Watha T. Daniel) LibraryTenley-Friendship LibraryWashingtonianaNorthwest One Library

Tour de DCPL X

Sunday, May 19, 2019, 1 p.m.

Library staff discovered a great way to explore the facilities, ongoing transformations and expansive resources at DC Public Libraries - by bike! The Tour de DCPL was born in 2010 as a free, community bike ride that visits several of our 26 DC Public Library locations. Every year, to celebrate National Bike Month, a group of library staff, advocates and community members strap on their bike helmets to help the DC Public Library promote environmentally friendly transportation and explore how our libraries connect with the communities they serve.

Register for the 10th Annual Tour de DCPL!

The ride will stop at Tenley-Friendship, WashingtonianaCleveland ParkMt. PleasantPetworth, the Fab Test Lab & Passport Acceptance OfficeWatha T. Daniel/Shaw and end at Northwest One. The ride will also explore the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum's "A Right to the City" exhibit, which has satellite installations at five DC Public Library locations through 2019. Check out the planned route, approximately 10 miles, on this Google Map (this route is subject to change).

Tour de DCPL is a NO DROP RIDE and designated bike marshals will ensure the group sticks together. 
Please arrive at the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library by 12:30 p.m. to check-in and sign a waiver. Participants under 18 years old will need a parent/guardian signature at the time of check-in. The ride will depart at 1 p.m. Snacks and water will be provided along the route. All riders must provide their own helmet. 

Check out DC Public Library’s other National Bike Month activities at dclibrary.org/bikeQuestions? Send us an email!

Add to Calendar 19-05-2019 13:00:00 19-05-2019 14:00:00 Tour de DCPL X Library staff discovered a great way to explore the facilities, ongoing transformations and expansive resources at DC Public Libraries - by bike! The Tour de DCPL was born in 2010 as a free, community bike ride that visits several of our 26 DC Public Library locations. Every year, to celebrate National Bike Month, a group of library staff, advocates and community members strap on their bike helmets to help the DC Public Library promote environmentally friendly transportation and explore how our libraries connect with the communities they serve. Register for the 10th Annual Tour de DCPL! The ride will stop at Tenley-Friendship, Washingtoniana, Cleveland Park, Mt. Pleasant, Petworth, the Fab Test Lab & Passport Acceptance Office, Watha T. Daniel/Shaw and end at Northwest One. The ride will also explore the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum's "A Right to the City" exhibit, which has satellite installations at five DC Public Library locations through 2019. Check out the planned route, approximately 10 miles, on this Google Map (this route is subject to change). Tour de DCPL is a NO DROP RIDE and designated bike marshals will ensure the group sticks together. Please arrive at the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library by 12:30 p.m. to check-in and sign a waiver. Participants under 18 years old will need a parent/guardian signature at the time of check-in. The ride will depart at 1 p.m. Snacks and water will be provided along the route. All riders must provide their own helmet.  Check out DC Public Library’s other National Bike Month activities at dclibrary.org/bike. Questions? Send us an email! false DD/MM/YYYY