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Weekly events and a comic

Here are your events for the week of March 14th:
St. Baldrick's Fundraiser: Tonight, Monday March 14: my friend and neighbor will shave off her lovely brown locks for the sake of kids and young adults with cancer. Come watch the fun at DeVere's Irish Pub from 5-8 p.m. the event is free but donations are encouraged.
Road Repair Class: Tuesday night, March 14, from 6-7 p.m. Learn how to fix a front and rear flat as well as pack your repair kit for long road rides. This class is held at Peak Adventures on the CSUS Campus and is free.

And of course Thursday is St. Patrick's Day, which means countless pub crawls and block parties and lots of belligerent DB's coming into Midtown from the burbs to get their drink on, park on our streets, make lots of noise and carelessly drive home. Woot!
These events I'm listing are things related to my three big themes, stylish cycling, sustainable urban home-making, and recycled fashion. So this is not where you will find an exhausted list of every pub crawl in town. For that, check every other publication.

Thrift Town March Madness Sale: Friday March 18th - all clothing is 50 percent off.

There may be a third Sunday Cycle Chic tour on March 20 - although details are still unknown as of publication date. I will post something when I know more.

For more events check back every Monday or just visit my nifty calendar.

And now for something completely different...

I was cleaning out some boxes on our back porch when I found this old comic.

Sorry about the quality - it was all crumpled in the bottom of a box. Oh and apparently I can't draw my nose, that one in the last panel is all wrong. Sorry, about that.

Comments

Skyelarkbirdy said…
Ahh I can't wait for March Madness at Thriftown!! :D

The comic is super cute and funny, too haha
NikkNaks said…
Again, I am totally loving your events calendar! I appriciate the updates, I feel like it would take me forever checking blogs and websites to see everything going on in Sacramento.
Nikki
PS: If you get a chance, stop by my blog and enter my spring accessories giveaway!
http://nikkibit.blogspot.com/2011/03/celebrating-100-giveaway.html
Peter Hogan said…
Go ahead, have a baby.
I mean the worst that could happen is that you could die.
Actually, that's pretty bad.

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