COTA Movie Night: Bikes vs Cars (Bend; Monthly)

April 21, 2016 at 9:00 pm

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  • Nearby Cities:
    Bend, Warm Springs, La Pine, Redmond, Prineville
  • Region:
    Central Oregon, Southern Oregon, Willamette Valley
  • Attributes:
    All Ages

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Where: Old St Francis School Theater, 700 NW Bond St, Bend

Details: Central Oregon Trail Alliance, The Environmental Center, and Central Oregon Community College invite you to celebrate Earth Day by taking a closer look at the different ways that bicycles and cars affect the livability of Central Oregon.
We know that the world needs radical changes to save the climate and the environment, but the car industry is selling more cars than ever. Today there are one billion cars in the world. By 2020, that number will double.
Bikes vs Cars follows the individuals around the world that are fighting to create change. From bike activists in Sao Paulo and Los Angeles, fighting for safe bike lanes, to the City of Copenhagen, where forty percent commute by bike daily, Bikes vs Cars will look at both the struggle for cyclists in a society dominated by cars, and the revolutionary changes that could take place if more cities moved away from car-centric models.
Bikes vs Cars is part of SUSTAIN, a month-long series of lectures, workshops, tours, and films to encourage and empower the Central Oregon community to embed sustainability into daily life. This event series was made possible by The Environmental Center and Central Oregon Community College. Click here for the full schedule.
Run time: 87 minutes.
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Cost: The movie starts at 9:00 p.m. Cost is $5 per person (cash only) All ages are now permitted (with an adult aged 21+) at our monthly COTA Movie Night @ McMenamins cycling films! Movie Night at McMenamins raises funds and awareness for Central Oregon Trail Alliance.


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