You Voted. Morristown Won. Let’s Celebrate!
First we’ll kick off the night at 6 p.m. with the long anticipated ribbon cutting ceremony at Kings.
That’s right! It’s finally time to unveil the Saris Bike Corral Morristown competed for, and with YOUR help, won!
Proudly displaying the Bike and Walk Morristown logo, it will be installed adjacent to Kings on South Street.
That also means its finally time to attach a couple of baskets or panniers (or both!) to your bike to carry all that stuff you buy while parked at Kings. No more excuses!
Next, hop on your bicycle (or not) and head over to the parking lot at Town Hall to be a part of Morristown’s monthly Critical Mass Ride. In case you’re wondering, the Critical Mass Ride always leaves Town Hall at 6:30 the last Friday of the month.
After a leisurely, family friendly jaunt around town, stop by the lawn at the Vail Mansion for Music.Picnic.Art, an evening of music, food, art and fun!
Remember to order your dinner basket from The Artist Baker by Wednesday, July 24 and it will be waiting for you at the Mansion. Dinner in the summertime just doesn’t get much easier than that.
Click here for the menu, which includes options for both the carnivores and vegans amongst us. While you happily munch away and chat with your friends (you are bringing your friends, aren’t you?), enjoy the musical stylings of folk duo Lords of Lichtenstein.
After you’ve eaten your fill of delicious yumminess, be sure to check out the art displayed on the Lawn. Since this is a fundraiser, a portion of the sales is donated back to support BWM’s mission. Which, like spaving, justifies all purchases!
The forecast for Friday looks great! C’mon out, hop on your bike, and celebrate!
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. As for most of us, some of those efforts are more successful than others!