3 Excellent Events in July that Serve Safe Streets

There’s a lot going on in July so we wanted to bring everyone’s attention to three events that are going to be especially excellent. All three also happen support the Bicycle Transportation Alliance! Each one is a great opportunity to have a night on the town while supporting safe neighborhoods and better access for bicycles.

S.I.N and Repent Nights at Beulahland
When: Mondays in July 8pm-2am
Where: Beulahland, 118 NE 28th Ave, Portland

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Beulahland has chosen the BTA to be it’s non-profit beneficiary for the month of July at their Service Industry Nights. Grab a drink and some grub at Beulahland on NE 28th & Couch, Monday nights in July from 8pm-2am.

If you have a valid OLCC or Food Handler’s card you can get an extra discount, and BTA members always enjoy 20% off a single item when they show their member card. Tell everyone you know! The BTA will receive a percentage of all sales made on Monday nights, so be sure to bring your friends!

Movie Night at Portland Brewing Co. & Taproom
When: Friday July 19, 8:30-11pm
Where: Portland Brewing Company, 2730 Northwest 31st Avenue, Portland

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Portland Brewing Company will be showing Strange Brew on Friday, July 19th in celebration of Oregon Beer Month.

They will be offering a special donut themed menu to pair with their delicious brews, including donut burgers and beer-infused donuts. There will be a raffle and guests will be encouraged to donate to the BTA. Join us for a night of fun at Portland Brewing Company!
Check out the event on Facebook here.

Topdown Rooftop Film Festival: Jour de Fete
When: Thursday July 25, 7-10:30pm
Where: Hotel de Luxe, 729 SW 15th Ave, Portland

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As part of NW Film Center’s Topdown Rooftop Film Festival the BTA will be sponsoring July 25th’s showing of Jour de Fete, a witty French film that frolics through the adventures of FranÇois, a rural postman who is the object of ridicule from his fellow townspeople because of his archaic methods.

After watching an American film about modern methods, he mounts his beloved bicycle to demonstrate his own progressive ideas for postal efficiency. A film about technology and change – the bicycle represents traditional, humane values in a world increasingly dominated by machines and driven by the demands of speed and technology – that still resonates in the digital age.

Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 8, and the film begins at 9. BTA members will enjoy $1 off admission! Bring your BTA member card to reap the benefits.

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