Ice Cream Fans Everywhere Have Spoken

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The votes have been tallied. Ice cream fans everywhere have spoken.

Drum roll pleeease.  And the winner is… FudgeCycle!

Now the only thing that’s left is for YOU to come to the South Street Creamery tonight and put Bike and Walk Morristown’s

Photo by James Vaughn

flavor to the test.

The evening starts with Morristown’s Critical Mass Ride.  This is the perfect way to work off those ice cream calories before you even step into the Creamery.  Held the last Friday of every month, meet up is at Town Hall at between 6:30 pm. This is a fun ride for cyclists of all levels.  And that even includes me!

The ride ends at the Creamery where you can top off the evening with a delicious ice cream cone of your choice.  Obviously, we’ll be rooting for FudgeCycle, a combination of chocolate fudge ripple and cookie crunch.  But, as usual, the Creamery will have a full menu of ice cream and gelato options.

Stop by Bike and Walk Morristown’s table and learn how BWM is making a difference for you and your town.  You can even join our dynamic and creative group; discounted memberships will be available tonight.

The weekend of Bike and Walk Morristown fun continues on Saturday.  Our Traffic Skills 101 class kicks off the day at 8:30 am.  Next up, Bike.Bands.Beer is Saturday night at the Sidebar.  Sure to be a fun night, it starts at 5:30 pm and offers three bands, silent auction and craft beer.  There’s also a ride that meets up earlier in the evening.

There’s so much planned for the upcoming months.  From weekly walks to fun bike rides, from cycling classes to community celebrations, and more!

Want to learn more? Check out our brand-new website at www.bikewalktown.org. You can also find us on Facebook or Twitter.

 

A 13-year resident of Morristown, Marcy can be found leading one of Bike and Walk Morristown’s weekly walks from the Vail Mansion on Tuesday mornings at 8, posting, commenting and sharing on Facebook about the many organizations she loves and supports, madly trying to use the abundance of produce she gets from the Community Supported Garden (CSG) at Genesis Farm and attempting to organize her home.  Some of those efforts are more successful than others!

 

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