It seems that May will be Movie Month for me! With not one but two film festivals, and a showing of Knock Down The House, my calendar was already pretty full with great movies to watch. However, I have now added another one to my list, called Why We Cycle. It explores "some of the obvious and not-so-obvious effects of cycling on people, communities and cities."
The film will be shown on May 21st at 7pm at the School of Pharmacy (10 Victoria St S, Kitchener). There will also be a panel discussion following the film with Jennifer Dean from UW, Emily Slofstra (CycleWR), Justin Readman (City of Kitchener), and Sarah March (Ward 10 Kitchener Councillor). The panel will be moderated by the Canada Research Chair in the School of Planning (UW), Brian Doucet. You can register for the event here. #365ofgoodWR