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‘Reveal the Path’ at Cascade Thursday: Documentary Features Word’s Most Stunning Bike Destinations

Join the party 6 p.m. Thursday night at the Cascade Theatre for a celebration of all the ways that biking transforms our lives and our community for the better. The evening will feature Reveal The Path, a visually stunning adventure documentary that takes viewers on a 36-day vagabond bike trip to some of the world’s most visually stunning destinations. This adventure will leave you with an eager desire to chart your own course to faraway lands, or even better, to discover with eyes wide open what is around the next bend – right here in the beautiful North State.

Tickets cost $15 in advance, or $20 day of event. They may be purchased online at cascadetheatre.org

The show starts at 7:30, but the evening begins with a reception at 6 p.m. where you can meet inspiring people from across the community, and learn about events and activities of local groups and businesses. There will be a slide show with highlights of local biking community programs and activities, past and present. ~ For instance, did you know there were bike builders in Redding in 1880?

Prior to the movie there will be a short program where you will hear from local leaders who will each speak briefly from their own perspectives about how bicycling in Redding and the North State is supporting business, economic development and community well-being. Speakers include: Francie Sullivan, Redding City Councilwoman; Mark Lascelles, President of the Economic Development Corporation of Shasta County, ‘Community lifestyle as a key piece of economic infrastructure’; Ed Rullman, Partner and General Manager, Best Western Plus Hilltop Inn, C.R. Gibbs American Grille, and Robert Paoletti, Redding Chief of Police.

Proceeds from the raffle will support improvements to biking in our community and will go to Shasta Living Streets, and the Redding City Police Department’s Explorer Program in a genuine show of support for the officers who work daily to help keep bicyclists safe on the roads. Raffle tickets will give you a chance to win all sorts of cool prizes donated by local businesses, and also a beautiful new bike from PUBLIC Bikes!

Ride your bicycle to the event and get one free raffle ticket. Safe and secure bicycle parking courtesy of The Shasta Wheelman.

This event is brought to you by Shasta Living Streets. Shasta Living Streets is a local program that seeks to engage and inspire community members and leaders in order to create more livable communities within our region for an economically viable and vital place to live, work and play. The program supports change that will allow people ages 8-80 to lead an active lifestyle and bicycle and walk for everyday transportation, health, and joy.

 For more information about the event online at Shasta Living Streets.  

Or contact Anne Wallach Thomas at shastalivingstreets@gmail.com.

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