The second 3Rivers Roll community bike party takes place July 17.
Community Living Wallaceburg will be hosting the ride at the Oaks Retirement Village.
The event brings together people of all ages, abilities and bikes to have fun and discover more about the agency and our town, going to areas that they otherwise may not have visited before. It begins with a donation BBQ at 5:30 p.m. and the ride leaving for 7 p.m.
“We are so thankful for the support of our community. The first event this summer brought over 200 bikers out to join the roll. This month’s Wednesday event will be carnival themed with a clown, cotton candy, Kona Ice and tons of fun games for the kids. Post ride, the Oaks Retirement will open their court yard for cold beverages and socializing,” said Alisha Allaer, Communications and Fund Development Associate at Community Living Wallaceburg, in a media release.
It’s not a race, but a slow roll promoting inclusion, socializing and community camaraderie.
While there is no fee to attend, donations are being accepted to help continue to raise vital funds to find ways to overcome barriers for people with developmental disabilities.
Further information can be found on their website at www.3RiversRoll.com.