Bike to Work May 15: Refuel in the courtyard
In support of Snohomish County Community Transit’s Bike to Work Day, Edmonds College will host its first celebration station to encourage students, faculty, staff, and the local business community to stay fit and think green.
The station will provide water and healthy snacks to bike commuters 7:30-11:30 a.m., Fri., May 15 in the courtyard between Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace Halls.
The college is also creating jerseys for cyclists and will debut the design of the shirts at the station. Both the Bike to Work station and the bicycle jerseys are class projects of students studying business management at the college.
The Bike to Work Day station is part of a number of events focused on sustainability in April and May at Edmonds CC. See all the Earth events at www.edmonds.edu/sustain. For more information, call 425.640.1581.
Upcoming events include:
- Alan Durning, author of "Stuff: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things," 12:30 p.m., Wed., April 29 in the Black Box Theatre, Mukilteo Hall 135. Durning discusses Stuff and talks about the Sightline Institute, the nonprofit environmental organization he founded.
- Publisher Claudia Mauro of Whit Press reads from the anthology she edited, "In Praise of Fertile Land," 12:30 p.m., May 11, Triton Union 202. Whit Press is devoted to literature addressing social and environmental justice issues.
- In "Save One of the World’s Largest Eagles," biology instructor Hans Landel talks about his volunteer work with the Philippine Eagle Foundation, 12:30 p.m., May 14, Snohomish Hall 304A. There are only about 400 of the birds left in the wild.
- LiveScience Day, 9:30 a.m., Fri., May 15, Triton Union Building 202. Join us for hands-on activities, explosively interesting demonstrations, and opportunities to explore college science classes. Materials Science students will talk about the windmill they are designing and installing on campus — the college’s first foray into renewable energy.
- Sustainability Around the World, 3 p.m., Mon., May 18, Triton Union Building 202. International students at Edmonds College will show how they’re addressing issues of sustainability in their home countries.