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Special Events

Find Creative Ways to Meet Your Neighbors

RBCA offers small group gatherings to help residents meet others in the community who share common interests. Neighbors have participated in yoga classes, a cooking class, a board game activity, a wine tasting, several bike rides and a couple food tours of Richmond Beach restaurants.
What talent or interest do you have that others might share and lend themselves to a fun group activity? Would you be willing to help plan a small gathering of neighbors in order to meet people that share your passion? RBCA has bike rides planned for April and May (see description below).
Contact Sheri Ashleman at ExecDirector@RichmondBeachWA.org or (206) 542-9147 with your ideas.

Yoga Class - April 25

Join your neighbors and make new friends in a yoga session designed to revitalize your body and calm your mind through gentle stretching, breathing and movement with an emphasis on core strengthening and relaxation. Stay afterwards for some soothing herbal tea and friendly conversation with your classmates.

This class is sponsored by Richmond Beach Community Association and taught by Sherry C. who is a resident of Richmond Beach and has been practicing and teaching yoga to all levels in the Seattle area for over 25 years. The class will be held on Tuesday, April 25, in the meeting room at the Richmond Beach Library, located at 19601 21st Avenue NW, starting at 6:30 p.m.

Participants should wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat or blanket. Class size is limited to 15 people. There is no cost for this class, but you must register in advance.

You may register online here:   
    

Spring Bike Rides

Join fellow bicycling enthusiasts to share some positive energy! This series of bike rides are being led by RBCA Board Member John Burt.
All bike rides are free to participate, but you must register online in advance below. Each ride is limited to 15 riders. You will be asked to sign a liability waiver before the ride begins.
None of these rides are designed to be your first ride of the year. Helmets are required. Glasses are recommended. In the event of steady rain, the ride will be canceled.

Saturday, April 15
10:00 a.m.
Meet in the east parking lot of Richmond Beach Congregational Church

A 20-25 mile ride through Woodway, Edmonds and Lynnwood and back on city streets, some bike lanes and the Interurban Trail. The ride pace will be 10-12 mph on the flats. There are hills; though they will be short. It will be a stay-together ride. Riders are encouraged to stay for tea or coffee at the Richmond Beach Coffee Company after the ride.

Sunday, April 16
9:00 a.m.
Meet in the east parking lot of Richmond Beach Congregational Church

A 35-40 mile ride east to the Burke-Gillman trail, Woodinville, Hollywood Hills and home (with a possible addition of Norway Hill). The ride pace will be 15-17 mph on the flats. This route is for the experienced rider. Most of the ride is on city streets with no bike lanes. Riders are encouraged to stay for tea or coffee at the Richmond Beach Coffee Company after the ride.

Saturday, May 6
10:00 a.m.
Centennial Trail in Snohomish
Meet at 6th and Maple

A 25-mile ride on the semi-rural Centennial Trail. The ride pace will be 10-12 mph on the flats. This ride has some gentle grades, but is otherwise flat. It will be a stay-together ride.

Sunday, May 7
9:00 a.m.
Meet in the east parking lot of Richmond Beach Congregational Church

A 65-70 mile ride to Snohomish and back. Exact length of ride and route to be decided by weather and experience level of riders. Ride pace will be 15-17 mph on the flats. Note there are steep hills along this ride. Riders are encouraged to stay for tea or coffee at the Richmond Beach Coffee Company after the ride.

You may register online here:   
    



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