Attend the PowerShift 2011 EcoTour either cycle, walk/metro, take BioBus or boat

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Price: $10.00 /per person

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17th & L Streets, NW · Washington, DC

How to find us

Meet at the entrance at L and 17th streets NW - Red Line, Farragut North Metro stop

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Details

– on Sunday, April 17, our own Greg Drury is planning one of his eco-tours in conjunction with Power Shift 2011 (http://powershift2011.org/), but with a twist: This will be a Toxic Tour – to the Dickerson power plant. That’s a 15-mile bike ride each way, but a motorized option may be arranged. We’ll share more info as this develops. You can also ask Greg about it –

I would like to invite each member on a Toxic Tour bike ride on April 17th organized by Greg Drury ([masked]) of WFH-Wholeness for Humanity (http://www.wholenessforhumanity.com), Cindy McCabe, Greater Washington Interfaith Power and Light (http://www.gwipl.org/), and Power Shift 2011 (http://powershift2011.org/).
This spring, over 10,000 young leaders will converge on Washington, DC to stand up for our future. At Power Shift 2011, we’ll stand together to reclaim our democracy from big corporations and push our nation to move beyond dirty energy sources that are harming the health of people and the planet.
The tour will start at 9am, meeting on L and 7th Street NW. We will ride a total of 30 miles round trip, stopping at the Dickerson power plant and the Washington DC Convention Center on 6th and New York Avenue, NW. A motorized option may be available by bus. RSVP on our group page at Meetup.com (http://www.meetup.com/bike-388/events/16702380/). - a $10 suggested WFH donation is appreciated.

Check at St Columba's Church at our 3/20 Envrionment booth or 3/22 6:30 PM Environmental FilmFest movie "Play Again" (http://columba.org/index.php/2011/events/608) for more details.

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