5th ANNUAL POLAR BEAR THAW BIKE RIDE
NON-COMPETITIVE, FUN, FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT!
Riders depart from the Y on June 16th at 10am.
Pre-Register at the Y: Now – June 15th
Riders can choose to ride
(approx) 11, 21, 30 or NEW 40 mile routes! Directional signs help guide riders along the route, and maps are provided.
All net proceeds from this event will benefit the YMCA Financial Assistance program. Through our Financial Assistance program, the Y offers scholarships to youth and families who may be unable to afford our programs. By participating and supporting the YMCA Polar Bear Bike Ride, you work alongside the Y to help build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.
$15 if pre-registered by June 15th
$25 if registered day-of
$10 for each additional family/group participant
Sponsors are needed to help make this event a success. Any amount is helpful, and sponsorships of $100 or more will receive special recognition for your support.
For more information or to register for the event contact the YMCA : (724) 981-6950 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Mercer County Trails Association on Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Riverside Park, in Greenville for Trail Mix 2018. Hosted together with the Revitalize Riverside Fund, this event is to formally introduce the community to the multiuse trail completed in 2017 from Main Street to Porter Road.
The event begins with a ribbon cutting which will also be the start to a 5K race on the crushed limestone trail. Happening from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. is the Kids’ Fishing Tournament at Peggie’s Ponds in Riverside Park, adjacent to the bicycle trail. There will be poles available for use, with bait provided by Carried Away Outfitters. Bring your own bike for a Bicycle Rodeo from 12 to 1:30 p.m. There will be a limited number of free helmets given out to participants. Be sure to check out the scavenger hunt on the Riverside Nature Trail. At 1:30 p.m., try your skills on a unicycle, hosted by The Butler Wobble Group.
For more information contact event organizer Janet Shilling at 724-456-7334 or visit us on Facebook.
**UPDATE 4/25/2018 The annual dinner is currently sold out! If you'd like to be placed on a waiting list or would like to inquire, please contact Fred Kiser (contact information below)!
Juvenile Characteristics & MCTA
Saturday, April 28 • 6 - 9 PM
Greenville Moose Lodge • 32 Shenango St.
Tickets: $12 per person - Includes food, drinks & music provided by Juvenile Characteristics
All funds raised will be used to continue the expansion of
trails on abandoned rail beds throughout Mercer County
and encourage tourism and economic vitality.
For tickets or questions, contact Fred Kiser:
724-866-3317 or email@example.com
*A brief informational meeting will be held at the beginning of the event
Prep for Pittsburgh Marathon Series:
SPRING BREAK 8 (0.5)
An eight-point-five mile race in Fredonia, PA. This race is the second of three races in a marathon series.
Just $20.00 (includes service fee!)
The Spring Break Eight (point five) bridges the Trout Island Tromp and the Prep for Pittsburgh making a 'marathon' series. Adding the distances of all three races equals 26 miles, 385 yards. Course utilizes flat and rolling rural roads southward out of Fredonia. Registration and post-race will be held at the Fredonia Presbyterian Church (Water St and Wilson Alley). ATTENTION bargain hunters: All three races can be paid at one time using the separate Prep4Pitt Race Series registration link (this discount offer ends two weeks prior to the Tromp in February).