<<"Who is in charge of the website? Becoming a member should not be this difficult.">>
<<"While the schedule layout is quite nice, yes, it does make it difficult to become a member. Perhaps all the info could be put on the membership form, if not the website.">.
The club executive produces the membership form to put up on the site. It looks like this year they have dropped all information on how to contact and join the the club on the document. They have the original and since it is a legal document they have the responsibility to edit it. If they produce another one I can put it up. Until and if they do, I have put up the club address on all footers of the site.
Velo Halifax Bicycle Club PO Box 125 Stn Main Dartmouth NS B2Y 3Y2
Message I’ll be visiting this beautiful Province on July 03 2014 again to add Halifax to St. John’s to my already completed ride from Vancouver to Halifax.
I’d very much appreciate if you could get me in touch with any of your members who are familiar with the various alternate routs that would get me to North Sydney in the most comfortable way. I have been cycling mostly by myself and enjoy meeting people the most. A few tips or sharing of some cycling experience riding this section of the country is all I’m looking for
Please visit my website http://helpcambodianschool.org/site/ for more info about me and why I’m committed to cycling.
Thanks in advance for any help
Press Release – Screening of the documentary « La reine bicyclette » and guided tour of the exhibition « Two
Wheelers » in French on Thursday, June 26th 2014, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (1723 Hollis
Alliance française Halifax is pleased to partner with the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS) to present a special« Art Talk »
celebrating bike month in Canada.
The evening will begin with the screening of Laurent Védrine’s documentary « La reine bicyclette » which focuses on the
history and the importance of the bicycle in society (France -2013 – 52 minutes – in French with English subtitles). A guided
tour of the exhibition « Two Wheelers » will follow the screening. Works from the AGNS’s permanent collection were
selected for this exhibit about bicycles. The guided tour will be offered in French by Fay Lee, AGNS docent and member of
Alliance Française Halifax. This event is free.
The 2014 schedule is now going up on the site. It is available for download.
Everyone in the club should have received notice of our annual banquet January 25th. Contact us if you need details.