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Cause for Creativity: Tour da Arts, vol. 3

Sunday, Aug 21, 2011  12pm–7pm iCal

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Cause for Creativity—Tour da Arts, vol. 3

Beat the pump, cycle the town, and enjoy Santa Monica’s sights and sounds with SMMoA’s third annual bike event Cause for Creativity: Tour da Arts. Admission to the ride is FREE!
Click here for details and registration 

Stop 1
SMMoA: Spoke Card Workshop and Cycling Culture Mini-Fest
(Workshop admission is $5 and separate from the event registration)

Stop 2
The Broad Stage: Music and dance by Global Motion and Synapse Contemporary Dance Ensemble

Stop 3
City Hall: Jazz on the Lawn with The Electones

Stop 4
Return to SMMoA for the Bicycle Bell Ensemble – a tuneful collaborative performance of bicycle bells with Patrick Miller, Sister Mantos, Telematique, and David Simien