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Veterans Ride Home & Bike Bash!

Date/Time

Sep 27, 2014
09:00 AM

Description

Support the cause of ending homelessness by joining The Way Home for the Veterans Ride Home, a motorcycle rally happening September 27, 2014 at Motorcycles of Manchester!

Registration begins at 98 Willow Street at 9 a.m. Kickstands up at 10 a.m. $20 per rider/$10 per passenger.

Enjoy a scenic ride up to the NH State Veterans Cemetery, then join us for the Bike Bash at Drynk (20 Old Granite Street) at noon! We will have food, live music, raffles and other entertainment! Non-rider admission $15.

The Way Home is a non-profit dedicated to helping low-income households obtain and sustain safe, affordable housing. Since 1988, we have assisted more than 20,000 homeless and high risk families, individuals, veterans and special needs clients with their housing needs. Your support of our events makes our efforts possible!

Cost

$20 per rider/$10 per passenger, $15 Non-Riderr

Location

View map Motorcycles of Manchester
98 Willow Street
Manchester, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

The Way Home

Contact name

Matt Labbe

Contact email

TheWayHomeBikeBash@gmail.com

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