Updated Events June

Tuesday, June 9, 11-1pm – BLM rally at the long bridge south end. Join BLM activists so no one has to stand alone.

Tuesday, June 9, 4pm-6pm – BLM rally at the long bridge south end. Join BLM activists so no one has to stand alone.

Tuesday June 9, 6pm – 8pm – BLM 999 march on the long bridge.  Join activist Casie Stotts at the Conoco Station every day at 6pm from June 7-12 for 9 days walking 9 miles each day to remember the 9 minutes of George Floyd’s suffering.  Bikes and signs are welcome.

Wednesday, June 10, 6pm – 8pm – BLM 999 march on the long bridge.  Join activist Casie Stotts at the Conoco Station every day at 6pm from June 7-12 for 9 days walking 9 miles each day to remember the 9 minutes of George Floyd’s suffering.  Bikes and signs are welcome.

Thursday, June 11, 11-1pm – BLM rally at the long bridge south end. Join BLM activists so no one has to stand alone.

Thursday, June 11, 4pm-6pm – BLM rally at the long bridge south end. Join BLM activists so no one has to stand alone.

Thursday, June 11, 6:30 – 8:30pm Community Sing! Join Kristine Rae’s weekly event. THIS THURSDAY WE WILL BE FOCUSING ON SONGS OF ACTIVISM AND HOPE. Please bring your voice and your heart to Hickory Street Park, 6:30-8, maintain a 6′ distance, BYO lawnchair, $5-$10 suggested donation will go to Black Lives Matter.

Thursday, June 11, 6pm – 8pm – BLM 999 march on the long bridge.  Join activist Casie Stotts at the Conoco Station every day at 6pm from June 7-12 for 9 days walking 9 miles each day to remember the 9 minutes of George Floyd’s suffering.  Bikes and signs are welcome.

Friday, June 12, 11-1pm – BLM rally at the long bridge south end. Join BLM activists so no one has to stand alone.

Friday, June 12, 4pm-6pm – BLM rally at the long bridge south end. Join BLM activists so no one has to stand alone.

Friday, June 12, 6pm – 8pm – BLM 999 march on the long bridge.  Join activist Casie Stotts at the Conoco Station every day at 6pm from June 7-12 for 9 days walking 9 miles each day to remember the 9 minutes of George Floyd’s suffering.  Bikes and signs are welcome.


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