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Small Museums by Bike: City at Work

Posted by on June 15th, 2007 at 8:25 am

@ 1038 SE 39th Ave (Belmont Library)
12:45pm – 3:45pm
Slide down a fire pole. Send a secret morse code message. Lock up in an old jail cell. This family-friendly Small Museums by Bike Tour will explore the city at work. A historic firehouse, a police museum, and a bank collection will teach us about Portland’s city history through interactive displays and knowledgeable guides. Shorter visits for shorter attention spans. (children most welcome). Not a loop ride – will end at W side Hawthorne Bridge. Lone riders under 9 not recommended, there will be some downtown riding, but we’ll stay as a group. Adults, ID required for Police Museum. Free.
Carye Bye, bathtublady at gmail daht comm, Bathtub Art Museum, 503-248-4454

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