Sunset and night ride from Esk to Moore (50 km) taking in the new exhibition 'An End to Conflict' at the Somerset Art Gallery
From 3.00 pm until 10.00 pm
At Lars Andersen Place
10 Highland St, Esk 4312
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association / email@example.com
Ride to Toogoolawah from Esk in the late afternoon for a reception at the special exhibition 'An End to Conflict' which opens at the Somerset Art Gallery - The Condensery on 10 November.
This important exhibition includes a series of paintings, Why War, by internationally recognised Toogoolawah artist Merton Chambers but an installation of remembrance poppies by artists Chris Just and Jayne Hodge in collaboration with the wider Somerset community. This exhibit will also include various items of significance to the people of Somerset s feature on the Australian Cycle Corps.
Snacks included. Drinks catered by Woongooroo Winery, including the special BVRT cocktail @ $5.00. Mocktail version available.
Continue on to Moore as the sun is setting (cloud cover permitting). Experience the new section by night. including the Yimbun Tunnel. It's a truly magical experience.
We did a trial run a few days ago and it's a truly magical experience.
Additional option of afresco Dinner at Old Church Gallery or return on arrival in Moore.
Includes shuttle back to Esk provided by Out There Cycling.
Bright off road lights mandatory. Minimum 750 lumens.
We hope you can make it!
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association Inc.
There are 60 places available.