Leave the stresses of the urban environment behind and spend an evening biking less than five miles between community gardens with your family. The staff of Denver Urban Gardens is leading a bike tour to several of their gardens, their urban farm, and this year, the DUG’s soon-to-be new home. The night will conclude with a potluck picnic featuring snacks from the garden.
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