July 12, 2023 | 6:15 p.m. | Grant High School
2245 NE 36th Avenue, Portland OR 97212
Join Oregon Humanities on a Pedalpalooza ride that celebrates civic love, which has been described as "one’s love for society, expressed through a commitment to the common good. It is a belief in the idea that we’re all better off, when we are all better off."
We will hear from Suzie Kassouf, JR Rymut of Haunt Camp, Madi Carlson of The Street Trust, and others who demonstrate a commitment to civic love. We'll also share ideas about how we can deepen our civic love practices, and we will connect with each other utilizing the National Public Housing Museum's 36 Questions for Civic Love, which were created to help us all rise in civic love. Civic-love-themed prizes and tunes are sure to sweeten the deal.
We'll begin in front of Grant High School at 2245 NE 36th Ave (NE 36th Ave. at NE Thompson Street). The ride will last approximately two hours, including presentations and conversations, with about four miles of mostly flat traveling. We'll end up where we started.
This is a free event. No RSVP is required. Click here to read more details and information on the Pedalpalooza website.