Berkeley Bike-In Movie at Trumer Pils Brewery

From EBBC:

Brought to you by the Bicycle-Friendly Berkeley Coalition and the East Bay Bicycle Coalition

  • Dark O’Clock (around 7:30 PM short films will start)
  • Brewery Tour before the movies!
  • Short Films at 8:30pm, including the winner of the 24-Hour Digital Film Contest
  • Feature Presentation: With My Own Two Wheels
  • Q&A with the filmmaker after screening

$5 Admission, $5 Trumer Pils beer. Join or renew your Bicycle Coalition membership at the door and get in free! Bring layers, blankets, and something to sit on!

Volunteer to help out at this event!

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