SFBC Treehouse (Hands-On) Talk: Bicycle Craft Workshop

"Bring your creative energy and cycling enthusiasm to a hands-on craft workshop for cyclists. We’ll be sharing ideas and making several crafts using discarded bicycle parts and other scrap materials. Make one for yourself and one for the SFBC to sell at the Winterfest craft table."

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