Tour de Trees
Come and enjoy a casually guided ride through the Historic areas of Charlotte and learn about Champion and other unusual trees in the inner City. Space is limited for the 1.5 - 2 hour tour; reservations required. Please RSVP with Patrick George. Must be 13 or older and accompanied by an adult.
Location: Heartwood Tree Service (4920 Old Pineville)
Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Who Participates: Adults and Children 13+
Contact: Patrick George @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Mothers Day Ride
Take your mother on a casual bike ride around the Queen City! The Charmeck Park and Recreation Department has a listing of greenways in Charlotte that will help you plan a fun afternoon with your family while riding a bike. There are a multitude of greenways around the city that will surround you with nature's beauty and help create an enjoyable day for everyone! For more info check out: http://www.charmeck.org/Departments/Park+and+Rec/Greenways/Home.htm
Charlotte Bike Polo
Hard-court bike polo has been growing in popularity in urban areas across the country in recent years. The sport has been a well-kept secret in Charlotte for several years but no more! We’re inviting you to join us on the 2nd Sunday of May to see what bike polo is all about. Come watch and hang out or get in on a game! We’ll provide the mallets, just bring your own bike. There will be a shoot out with prizes for those who can put the ball in the goal!
Location: LC Coleman Neighborhood Park (1501 McDonald St; we play on the tennis courts behind the NW School of the Arts)
Time: 2:00 PM until dark
Who Participates: Everyone
Contact: Kevin Markie @ email@example.com