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Bike Month

  1. Manic Mondays with Norfolk Cycle Sisters

    April 23, All Day @ MacArthur Center Green

    Gain experience, confidence, and navigation knowledge! These rides are for amateur, female riders that don’t feel comfortable riding alone. Ride with new bikers once a week. Build bonds, offer support, and watch each other grow! Rides are very easy going, and stress free! Join the group at CPK after the ride for a social hour from 7PM-8PM with discounted food & beverages.

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  1. Ben Steele POW Exhibit

    April 23 - April 30 @ 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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