Don't have bike maintenance experience but wanna help out?
This community oriented day is centered around learning more about bikes. Volunteers with no mechanics experience are encouraged to come help out by parting out bikes or other intuitive tasks with mechanic's advice.
Friday's and Saturdays 12pm til 6pm (5pm during Winter hours)
Want to meet people who enjoy biking? Lead a Group Ride!
Group Ride Leaders are normally motivated by seeing a need in the community for more camaraderie within a specific group. If you are interested and motivated to get a ride together contact us to coordinate an event.
Are you interested in seeing the ReCyclery continue to prosper and thrive? Become a Board Member!
Perhaps one of the most important volunteer positions in a non-profit organization, The ReCyclery Board of Directors a working board - meaning board members work as unpaid staff for the nonprofit as well as a governing body. Examples of this are treasurers who are also the nonprofit's bookkeeper or a marketing professional on the board who handles ad buys, or, in the case of fundraising, a board member who also writes the organization's grants. This kind of work does indicate a smaller nonprofit, generally one in its early years that doesn't yet have the financial resources to hire professional staff in these day-to-day positions. (thanks to this Non-Profit Blog for the definition)
Are you interested in teaching kids how to bike and walk safely?
Join us, and Blue Heron P.E. teachers in riding with and teaching Middle schoolers safe riding habits, and maintaining their fleet of P.E. bikes.
Walking and biking are not only beneficial for the students health and wellness, it also helps them concentrate at school. It makes the roads safer, reduces the carbon entering our atmosphere, and keeps money that would be spent on filling the gas tank in our pocketbooks.
Want to inspire more "active" transportation for healthy physical activity, socializing and FUN?
"Walking school buses" and "bike trains," are great ways for parents and other community members to be actively involved in supervising kids to school. Addressing not only concerns about personal security, but offering time to socialize and be active.
Walking school buses are groups of children that walk designated routes to school under adult supervision. Some start with parents picking up kids along the way just like a bus, while others have a central meeting point from which everyone walks together. Similarly, bike trains are supervised by adults who act as "conductors or cabooses" (ride leaders). Both activities are fun ways to practice safety skills, whether during this special event or on daily trips to school.
For more information about event planning from the national sponsor, check out: http://www.walkbiketoschool.org/
If you are interested in helping with the event let The ReCyclery know!
Do you like projects with a beginning and an end? We always have some sort of construction or building project that we need help with
Contact the ReCyclery - we always have work to be done!