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Cotee River Bike Fest features all things motorcycle

New Port Richey

Bike Fest features all things motorcycle

The roar of motorcycles will mark the start of the Fourth Annual Cotee River October Bike Fest, sponsored by the Law Offices of Attridge, Lucas, Green, Magee, and Magazine.

The event is slated for Oct. 11 and 12 in downtown New Port Richey and the surrounding West Pasco area.

Hosted by the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce, the Cotee River October Bike Fest is an opportunity for motorcycle owners to come and show all that is wonderful about the bikes they love.

In addition to bikes being a part of the main attraction, various activities will take place throughout the weekend, including: a live bike build by Eric Warren Designs, the Full Throttle Ride-In Bike Show, a tattoo contest, a Daisy Duke contest, the Pull Your Heart Out Fire Truck Pull, merchandise vendors, food, and more.

Hudson

Get checked out at free health fair

The Pasco Fall Prevention Coalition presents a free health fair Oct. 18 at St. Michael's Church, 8014 State Road 52, Hudson, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Many topics will be covered, including medication management, nutrition and diet, vision and hearing, blood pressure and glucose testing, osteoporosis and oxygen screenings, environment and lifestyle changes, balance, emergency medical alarm, and home safety.

Coffee and snacks will be available.

For more information, call (727) 819-5130.

COUNTYWIDE

Cleanup groups looking for volunteers

Volunteers are needed for the Annual Coastal Cleanup and Central Pasco Waterways Cleanup scheduled from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 20.

Site captains are Betsy Crisp, Pasco County Extension Family and Consumer Sciences faculty member for the University of Florida; and Kurt Conover, director of business development for Regional Medical Center of Bayonet Point.

Call Crisp at (727) 996-7341, ext. 4288, or Conover at (727) 861-5141.

Cotee River Bike Fest features all things motorcycle 09/06/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 4:07pm]
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