Tuesday, July 11, 2006

UP-Ruded Fundraiser and Dance Party

Picture of RMO at Revelocity Party...

Time's Up does a lot of free events for the people of NYC and occasionally they ask for money...This Friday, along with the Awesome Rude Mechanical Orchestra they are having a Fund Raiser/Party!

Date: Friday, July 14th, 2006
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: 49 East Houston St. NYC
Summary: Time's Up! and Rude Mechanical Orchestra Fundraiser Dance Party.
Details: Environmental action has never sounded so good! Two long time allies are teaming up for an evening of rocking out and raising money for the goodfight. NYCs punk rock radical marching band the Rude Mechanical Orchestra leads an evening of music that includes Monkeyshine 9, Heavy Creatures, Quick Release and Phil Not Bombs. Each band includes at least one member of the RMO, so you know itll be good. Also featuring DJ Suggested D's dance floor madness and the infamous blender bike.
Time's Up
Rude Mechanical Orchestra

Time's Up! Environmental Group, is a 20-year-old all volunteer run non-profit organization, located in New York City . Time's Up!'s campaigns increased bicycle ridership in NYC year after year. It is our goal that this steady increase in ridership will pressure the city to create an expanded, safer infrastructure for the cycling community.

Time's Up!'s achievements and campaigns include, helping to create a greenway that wraps around NYC, bringing pedicabs to NYC, helping to save community gardens, create more green space, and protecting and promoting cycling. Time's Up! also runs indoor educational events, including bike repair, welding workshops, movie nights, and youth presentations.

Even if you can't make the fundraiser party you can still support Time's Up!Check out our website http://www.times-up.org

We need your support to continue!

The Rude Mechanical Orchestra is a New York City-based radical marching band that exists in order to serve the efforts of progressive and radical groups and causes.They play for events that support feminism and women's rights, the queer community, labor, the environment, social and economic justice, peace and community self-determination.

Sliding Scale $7-$10


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