Join us on Sunday, May 26, 2013, 11am for the first ever Greenbelt Museum Roosevelt Ride! Throw on some vintage clothes, grab your picnic basket and come for a day of biking and picnicing in historic Greenbelt. Riders are invited to gather on the front lawn of the Greenbelt Community Center (15 Crescent Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770) at 11am. Take a leisurely bike ride through the historic Greenbelt community — built in 1937 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt as a project of the New Deal — and return to the lawn of the Greenbelt Community Center to eat and socialize. The Greenbelt Museum’s historic house is right across the street and we’ll be offering free tours for bike ride participants beginning at 1pm. Bring your own food (sorry, no alcohol allowed), buy some Tea Pops, sample some lemonade or grab something delicious from the Greenbelt Farmer’s Market. This event is free! And don’t worry if you don’t have a bike or don’t want to do the ride – you are welcome to join us for the picnicking! Organized by the Friends of the Greenbelt Museum and sponsored by Maryland Milestones/ATHA, Inc., Tea Pops, and the Greenbelt Farmer’s Market. Questions? Give us a call at 301-507-6582 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.