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CNU Atlanta’s first summer Luncheon presentation on “The Rise of the Walking and Biking Culture” featuring Kevin Klinkenberg, author of “Why I Walk: Taking A Step in the Right Direction.”

Please join us on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 for CNU Atlanta’s first summer Luncheon presentation on “The Rise of the Walking and Biking Culture” featuring Kevin Klinkenberg, author of “Why I Walk: Taking A Step in the Right Direction.” Following Kevin’s presentation we will hear from Sally Flocks, President and CEO of PEDS, an advocacy group committed to making the Atlanta region safe and accessible to all pedestrians, and from Jim Durrett, Executive Director of the Buckhead Community Improvement District and an avid bicyclist. A Q&A will follow. A Cappella Books will be on hand and so you will be able to purchase and get copies of Kevin’s book signed. This topic will be of interest if you are in an advocacy position, involved in development, are a layperson who enjoys biking or walking, and/or a new urbanist.

Please note: Registration is limited to 70 people and will close at 6:00pm on Wednesday, June 3rd. NO day of walk ups will be possible.

June 10th, 2015 11:30 AM   through   1:30 PM
The Shed at Glenwood (http://www.theshedatglenwood.com/)
475 Bill Kennedy Way, SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
United States
Individual Ticket $ 38.00

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