DECEMBER PEACE BIKE RIDE with Special Guest Sculptor, Tom Otterness Meet at Gandhi Statue, SW corner of Union Square (across from Staples)
Sunday, December 18, 2 PM
Take a breather from holiday craziness and join us for a leisurely, peaceful ride to some of downtown Manhattan’s peace sites. SCULPTOR, [TOM OTTERNESS](http://www.tomotterness.net/), JOINS THE PEACE RIDE at the park he designed: “The Real World.” Peace sites, include: Tibet House, Anthroposophical Society, Former residence of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Point Thank You, Teardrop Park, Tom Otterness’s “The Real World,” The Irish Hunger Memorial, Art from the Berlin Wall, Robert Wagner Park, The Labyrinth for Contemplation, Fritz Koenig’s “The Sphere,” St. Paul’s Chapel, the site of the Mother AME Zion Church (“first church in NYC built and led by Afro-Americans”) and the African Burial Ground. Great ride for kids and cyclists new to group rides. Route subject to change, not all sites are visited on every ride. DRESS FOR THE WEATHER! Heavy rain or snow cancels. Need a Bike? Rent one from Waterfront Bicycle Shop(www.bikeshopny.com) mention Peace Bike Ride and get 15% off!
Co-sponsored by PEACE MUSEUM NY www.peacemuseumnewyork.org
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More info on our monthly PEACE RIDE here.
PEACE BIKE RIDES – THIRD SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH
Starting in JANUARY 2017
the startin point for the ride will be:
National Museum of the American Indian
1 Bowling Green!