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Bicycle Safety Program
Ongoing Every Sun & Sat.

Ride obstacles course, test your coordination, learn safety tips and get a free bicycle inspection. Free.
Times:8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Where:Roy G. Holland Memorial Park
One Park Drive
Fishers IN 46038
Additional Info: Phone: 595-3155

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Born February 17th
1864: A(ndrew) B(arton) Banjo Paterson, Australian poet and journalist.
1874: Thomas J. Watson Sr., U.S. industrialist.
1902: Marian Anderson, American singer.
1908: Walter Lanier Red Barber, baseball announcer for the Cincinnati Reds, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Yankees.
1929: Chaim Potok, novelist (The Chosen, The Promise).
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1955: Britain announces its ability to make hydrogen bombs.
1959: The United States launches its first weather station in space, Vanguard II.
1960: Martin Luther King Jr. is arrested in the Alabama bus boycott.
1963: Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev visits the Berlin Wall.
1969: Russia and Peru sign their first trade accord.