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Gears, Beers, and Holiday Cheers

Join us at Freewheeling' Community Bikes (215 E 38th St) on Saturday, December 9th from 2 to 5pm for Gears, Beers and Holiday Cheers, a creative, fun event featuring: 
Drinks + Snacks + Light holiday shopping + Hands-on screen printing (brought to you by Dominic Senibaldi of Cat Head Press!)
And best of all – the gift of life changing moments for the youth of Freewheelin’.
Each ticket includes two drinks, snacks, and a tote bag to screen print with your choice of event-exclusive cycling designs, courtesy of our friends at Cat Head Press. 
Additional items will be available to purchase if you wish to print more. Local beer will be on tap, while Shoefly Public House treats guest to thoughtfully crafted small bites. 
Do some holiday shopping (or pick up a little something for yourself) at our bike bazaar, featuring local, handcrafted, and unique cycling-themed items, as well as Freewheelin' merch. 
All funds raised at this event go directly to Freewheelin' youth programs!

Earlier Event: December 9
Holiday Screenprinting
Later Event: December 16
Intro to Screenprinting

Opening Reception: “note to self” prints, drawings, etc by nathaniel russell

Friday, December 7th 5-9pm

Opening reception of the exhibition "Note to Self". Prints, drawings, etc by artist, Nathaniel Russell. Russell's work will be up in the Middle Space Gallery through the month of December.

Nathaniel Russell was born and raised in Indiana. After college, Russell spent several years in the San Francisco Bay Area making posters, record covers, and woodcuts. He returned to his home city of Indianapolis and now spends his time creating drawings, fake fliers, sculptures, cut-outs, and music. Russell’s work is regularly shown all over the world in both traditional galleries and informal spaces, usually surrounded by an expanding list of friends, collaborators, and like-minded artists. His illustration and commercial work can be seen across album covers, on skateboards, in The New York Times and independent publications both local and international.