Virtual Bicycle Ball 2020

May, 29 2020
12:00 am - 2:15 am

A Fundraising Event To Support Climate Action

Join EnviroCentre for a night of dancing, dreaming, and inspiration to raise funds for climate action right here in town.

A Celebration of Climate Action!

This year, we’re transforming our Bicycle Ball into a virtual event. A night of dancing, dreaming, and inspiration alongside the folks taking action on climate in Ottawa and beyond.

Join our Virtual Bicycle Ball on Thursday, May 28th to:

  • Support local climate action
  • Celebrate sustainable lifestyle
  • Dream an awesome, low-carbon future
  • Turn your Thursday night into something a little more special

Proceeds from this event support EnviroCentre’s work to promote practical climate action right here in town.

We have an awesome lineup of guests to keep you entertained!

Live Performers

Kimberly Sunstrum – Blending profound vocals with heartfelt lyrics, her music delves into topics on family, race, feminism, Queerness and the ways these multidimensional identities influence how we navigate the world. Kimberly Sunstrum is a Queer, Afro-Canadian singer-songwriter from the Ottawa-Gatineau region.

J FUN – Aka Jordan David’s DJ/production project. His sound combines funky rhythms and four on the floor beats to create a moving celebration of sound. JFUN has made a name for himself in Ottawa as a force of nature playing a wide range of sonic soundscapes that resonate with the human soul. JFUN also curates events with Ottawa, Canada based collective, Music.Art.Ppl.

Dance lesson by Moov Ottawa – Learn how to Freestyle the flyest moves from the 80’s and 90’s and incorporate the newest trends from today! Moov Ottawa is an Ottawa based Dance company specializing in the arts of hip hop and dance street styles.

Speakers

Jessica Correa – founder and CEO of Random Acts of Green

Jake Miller – Acting Director of Project Neutral

Lindsay Coulter – David Suzuki Foundation’s Queen of Green

Tom Marcantonio – local advocate for urban farming

More details to come!

Tickets are a pay-what-you-can donation ($5, $15, or $30) and will support climate action right here in Ottawa.

Buy Your Tickets Here.

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