“We do not live in a perfect world, but life here is far better today than at any time in history, thanks in large part to the technology that many decry.”
Strive Not To Drive, a week of multimodal awareness events held throughout Asheville, held its first ever walking tour this past Tuesday, May 19, to showcase concerns and problems facing pedestrians, bikers, people with disabilities and motorists in downtown Asheville.
“Strive Not to Drive is a fantastic opportunity to stop pollution, save money and get physical exercise.”
A video of the multi-modal fashion show, held at the Magnetic Field Theatre on Tuesday, May 22. The event, co-produced by Asheville on Bikes and Mountain Xpress, was part of Strive Not To Drive week in Asheville.
Submit original artwork to be used as awards for the winner of the workplace challenge. The deadline for proposals is April 18.
Strive Not To Drive Week is still more than a month away, but that’s no reason to no plan ahead for the May 21-25 events, including a fashion show on Tuesday, May 22.