Bike and Pedestrian Alliance of Clinton

BPAC is committed to promoting safe active transportation options for cyclists and walkers.

Connecticut’s History in Motion – Bike Fest

Help make history come alive as the Bike and Pedestrian Alliance of Clinton (BPAC) celebrates Clinton’s 350th Anniversary with

“Clinton Connecticut’s History in Motion” event on Saturday, May 4, 2013.

Join your friends’ and neighbors and walk or cycle with us down Main Street and out to the Clinton Beach.

Show Your Clinton 350 Spirit During the Event!

Help us create Clinton’s largest human history book. Show your 350 spirit and join the fun!

Here’s How:

* Pick any year between 1663 and 2013 and learn something interesting about that year.

* Dress up in costume, make a book or sign and tell others at the event about your year.

* You can find interesting facts about Clinton in the Did You Know section, 350 History section, Clinton Historical Society, and Wikipedia.

Event Information:

Pre-registration recommended but not required – Click here for registration form and more details.

When: Saturday, May 4th, 2013  (Rain date Saturday, May 11th)

Walk or bike down Main Street and out to the Clinton Beach

Where: Event starts at Post Office Square

9:30 – 10:30 – Registered Walkers/Cyclists MUST sign in at Post Office Square

10:30 a.m. – Assemble for parade

11:00 a.m. – Parade starts

Note:

Parking: Event parking is at the Town Hall and the public lot behind Main Street stores.

Streets Closed: Post Office Square, Route 1 and Waterside Lane will be closed to traffic at 10:30 a.m.

Registration Form: You can click this image and print it out right at home.

Registration Form: You can click this image and print it out right at home.

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