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Tickets still available for the Bike Works Auction & 15th Anniversary Celebration

Bike Works is turning 15! Just one more year, and it will be able to drive (wouldn’t that be a depressing surprise?).

Their annual fundraiser auction this year is also a celebration of 15 years of community programs and bike positivity. And if you don’t have a ticket yet, you’re in luck. There are still some available. This auction usually sells out, so get them while you can.

The event is March 25 at Herban Feast in Sodo (1st Ave S and S Hanford St).


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From Bike Works:

Please join us for this great evening and help support Bike Works’ work to empower youth and promote bicycling on Sunday, March 25th at Herban Feast in Sodo.

Revel and reminisce with us at this year’s Bike Works Benefit Auction, where we’ll celebrate 15 years of serving youth and the Seattle community. Enjoy dinner, complimentary drinks, old (and new) friends and timeless auction items. Join us to support our work to empower youth and our community. As anyone who has attended in past years could tell you, the auction is an inspiring and lively community celebration! The auction is our largest fundraising event of the year, so please come out to support Bike Works and join us for a night of merriment and fun!

Tickets are now available through Brown Paper Tickets. Contact Liz with any additional questions about attendance.

Yours truly will be volunteering at the event, so if you score a ticket be sure to say hi!

Remodeled shop

Speaking of Bike Works, you should definitely stop by and check out their recently remodeled shop! It’s now more organized for better bin diving and bike browsing.

Image courtesy of Bike Works

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