There will be drop-off site for donations to Bicycles for Humanity during the Keller Farmers Market. Donated bikes will be shipped to Africa to become primary transportation for a health care worker, or sheer joy for a child. 

Info: 214-228-9539 or

Eli Baron will share pictures and experiences of his bike rides around the world. David Griggs will talk about the upcoming fall elections and candidates friendly to the environment. Free. Info: 972-699-1687.

Speaker is Lemuel Randolph, director of Arlington Parks & Recreation Department.

Using the experience that he's gained as a director of three other parks agencies, including most recently as the director of Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces in McKinney, Randolph has developed a list of goals for the next year.


Routine maintenance on your bike can keep you riding smooth and prolong the life of your bike. Join an introductory class designed to help you take care of your bike. Free.

This regional event will celebrate the Ray Roberts Greenbelt through experiential outdoor activities, live music and good food. Attendees can test their skills at archery, climbing, kayaking, biking, and geo-caching; view demonstrations by historians and craftsmen of the Cross Timbers eco-region; or take a carriage ride down the Greenbelt Trail. Kids will enjoy birds of prey and reptile exhibits, pony rides, Backyard Bass competition and an inflatable obstacle course and slide. GreenFest will emphasize outdoor fun, respect for nature and boating and water safety.

Greenfest 2014 is organized by the Greenbelt Alliance of Denton County, together with Texas Parks and Wildlife and the City of Denton. Proceeds will go toward reopening the equestrian trail between Highways 428 and 455, repairing Greenbelt restrooms, installation of a wetland viewing deck and trail, if approved by the USACE, and support of the Greenbelt Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to stewardship of the Lewisville/Ray Roberts Greenbelt.

Grammy award-winning Brave Combo will be performing from 4-6pm. Other acts TBA.

Festival to encourage bicycling as an alternative mode of transportation for all ages. Event features a group ride, Kid's Bicycle Safety Rodeo, vendors that specialize in bicycling information and equipment,  bike checks and cycling groups. Free.

Full schedule of family friendly events including Trinity River Levee Run, Yoga on the Bridge, Trinity Bird Count and Walking Photography Class. See website for complete list. 

Info: Randall White at or 214-946-9270.

Introductory class on how to take care of a bicycle. Free.

Explore the Dallas gem that is the Great Trinity Forest. The ride will be 40 miles, with about 60 percent roads and paved paths, 40 percent fireroads/dirt roads with a bit of bushwhacking.

A shorter (~25 mile), less off-road route will probably be offered for anyone with road or fixed gear bikes. 

See event page for more details.

Ride Rails to Trails on a paved pathway from Hickory Street to Medipark. Eat lunch dutch treat in downtown Denton. Guide, bikes and helmets provided. $10. Info:

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