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Third Annual Break the Gridlock Conference

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  • Robert J. Matter
    Please forward ( ala John Lennon) across the universe as in words are flying out - Break The Gridlock a grassroots activist organization working to
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 26, 2002
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      Please forward ( ala John Lennon) "across the universe" as in words are flying out -

      Break The Gridlock a grassroots activist
      organization working to overcome car dependency in
      Chicago by promoting a sustainable and equitable
      transportation policy invites you to attend:

      THE THIRD Annual Break the Gridlock Conference!

      Saturday, October 12, from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

      Pulaski Park Fieldhouse
      1419 W. Blackhawk St. (1500 N.) Chicago
      (Near the CTA Blue Line Division St. Station)

      Don't miss these speakers

      Informative:
      Michael Shiffer, Vice President of Planning and
      Development, Chicago Transit Authority.

      Inspiring:
      Chris Carlsson, a founder of the Critical Mass, a
      worldwide movement to promote bicycling as
      transportation.

      Instructive:
      John Wetmore, independent producer of the TV show,
      "Perils of Pedestrians."

      And FUN:
      Aaron Naparstek, the "Honku Poet" of New York.

      ...plus displays, exhibits, and hands-on workshops and lunch prepared and served
      on site by the Gridlock Kitchen Crew, a treat in itself!

      Registration is $20.00 at the door, but you can
      pre-register for $15 at
      http://www.breakthegridlock.org,or send your check
      made out to The Center for Neighborhood Technology
      (BTG’s fiscal agent - thank you CNT) to:

      Break The Gridlock
      1573 N. Milwaukee Ave. #447
      Chicago, IL 60622-2009.

      More info at http://www.breakthegridlock.org

      This is your opportunity to meet the leaders in
      Chicago's burgeoning activist community and contribute
      to making our city a model for a sane and sensible (and car-less)
      transportation policy.

      Mark your calendar and register today!
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