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Bike Month

  1. Kids' Bike Rodeo

    April 20, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Mary Calcott Elementary

    Bike Rodeos are a terrific way to introduce young children to important bicycle skills – and it’s also a way to reinforce “safety” to teenagers and adults. You’re never too old to learn and there’s a lesson around every corner. We want to help you make it a safe and wonderful experience by assisting and guiding you up the great road of Bicycle Safety – for a happier and healthier America!

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  1. Ben Steele POW Exhibit

    April 13, 10:00 AM - April 20, 5:00 PM @ Larchmont Branch Library

    Ben Steele was one of tens of thousands of American and Filipino troops forced to go on the Bataan Death March. He spent three and a half years as a POW, surviving beriberi, dysentery, pneumonia, blood poisoning and malaria. After the war, Steele became a critically acclaimed artist. As he came to terms with his POW experience, he began to draw from memory. Many of those sketches are now preserved at the MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk.

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