Ride to Save Oakland Libraries

From EBBC:

Join a ride to help save Oakland Libaries from devestating budget cuts.

The ride will visit the following branches:

  • African American Museum & Library
  • Asian Branch
  • Cesar Chavez
  • Eastmont
  • Melrose
  • MLK
  • 81st Ave
  • Elmhurst (grand re-opening TODAY!)

See the PROPOSED ROUTE

Want to get involved with planning the ride? Join a test ride THIS SATURDAY June 11 at noon leaving from Frank Ogawa Plaza.

You can RSVP on Facebook

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