Bike Den’s Women And Queer Night Series To Begin February 2

Penn State’s Gender Equity Center and Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity will begin their monthly Women and Queer Night at the Bike Den beginning on February 2.

Women and Queer night, which will provide a space for underrepresented populations to work on their bikes, will occur from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. every first Thursday of the month at the Bike Den. The Bike Den is located on the ground floor of the West Parking Deck.

The event is open to Penn State students, staff, and community members and will include opportunities to learn more about biking. There will be free refreshments at each event, too.

Volunteers and Bike Den staff will be available to answer any questions and discuss biking experiences throughout the night.

More information about Women and Queer Night can be found on the Penn State Transportation Services website.

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