Time’s Up, has opened a new space in Williamsburg, with an excellent location at the base of the Williamsburg bridge. Its mainly for the mechanics and for bicycle maintenance workshops.
The space is 99 South 6th St.
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On Sunday, March 8th, there was an opening party. Here is a little report from Time’s Up volunteer, Liane:
On Sunday night, March 8th, the environmental group, Times-Up!, celebrated the grand opening of it’s new Brooklyn space conveniently located right under the Williamsburg Bridge. This new space signifies an increase in NYC bicycling and the sustained commitment of Times-up! volunteers who celebrated their 700th workshop.
Green Party Mayoral Candidate, Reverend Billy blessed the space and led a community cake candle blow-out with a wish for many more workshops. Hundreds of people flooded the street, dancing to the music of the full brass band, Rude Mechanical Orchestra. The neighboring bar, East River was packed with people enjoying the great weather and the potluck food and BBQ. Times-Up! volunteers led tours and introduced new members to future plans for the space.
Rude Mechanical Orchestra…getting down.
good BBQ, food and friends.
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