Willie Weir Returns for Another Fun Presentation

Willie Weir: Bicycling Burma & Beyond

LiveMove has partnered with the University of Oregon Bike Program to bring a presentation by Willie Weir to the University of Oregon campus this week. If you haven’t seen Willie speak he is a fun, light-hearted, and inspiring speaker that will leave you ready to pack up and head out on your own adventure by the end of the night!
Willie Weir recently finished a bike trip in Burma, Laos and Cambodia. His presentation will include images and wild stories from his amazing trip. Mr. Weir is the author of Travels with Willie and Spokesongs, a columnist for Adventure Cyclist magazine, and is known to public radio listeners for his commentaries aired on KUOW in Seattle. His writings have appeared in newspapers across the country and earned him a gold and bronze Lowell Thomas Award, given by the Society of American Travel Writers. He has cycled over 60,000 miles throughout the world.
The presentation is this Thursday, November 6th in 177 Lawrence Hall.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and the show starts at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $5 for the general public; UO Students and Outdoor Program co-op members: free.
More information is available through the UO Outdoor Program website, Facebook Event, and www.willieweir.com.

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Help welcome Sustainable Transportation expert Jeff Tumlin to Eugene!

If you’re not going to the Active Transportation Summit in Salem next Wednesday (or if you’re dashing home fast), here’s an opportunity to hear a good speaker address “Eight Steps to a Walkable, Wealthier, Healthier City”.

Wednesday, April 24  Social Hour starts at 5 p.m., the lecture at 5:30 p.m.
Bascom-Tykeson Room, Eugene Public LIbrary

On April 24th at 5:30 pm, the Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association, the Oregon DOT’s Transportation and Growth Management Program, and the City of Eugene are hosting Mr. Tumlin as he makes a local stop on a statewide speaker series. Mr. Tumlin is a Principal<http://www.nelsonnygaard.com/Content/About-Us-Principals.htm> at Nelson/Nygaard, where he has led several award winning projects, and he is the author of the 2012 publication Sustainable Transportation Planning: Tools for Creating Vibrant, Healthy, and Resilient Communities. The title of his Eugene lecture is Eight Steps to a Walkable, Wealthier, Healthier City.

Please save help spread the word – see the attached flyer! – with your members, colleagues, students, or associated networks.

Lastly, if any organization would like to assist by sponsoring refreshments, advertising, etc., please call me and we can work out details. Sponsors are invited to table at the library prior to and after the seminar.

Thanks for spreading the word across our community!