The Discover Siloam Springs crew is excited to announce the upcoming June Fourth Friday: Bike Night on Friday, June 23, at Memorial Park in downtown Siloam Springs. This community event, organized by local organizations, promises a fun-filled evening celebrating the spirit of cycling.
Abby Trinidad from Main Street of Siloam Springs expressed her enthusiasm, stating, "Bike Night is going to be a blast. We invite kids from our community to bring their bikes and join our friendly library staff from 4-6 p.m. for bike decorating. Followed by the Bike Parade at 6 p.m. We will also have bike-related booths offering free bike tune-ups and other activities. We are excited to host this fun, family-friendly event, making it the best summer ever."
Charlie Crandell of Siloam Springs Parks and Recreation emphasized the event's significance, saying, "May's Fourth Friday was just the beginning. We have a whole summer lined up with amazing events. This month's Bike Night will be fun for the whole family. Northwest Arkansas is a cycling hub, and on June 23rd, the Fourth Friday theme will embrace that and more. Don't miss it."
Attendees can enjoy a bustling marketplace with over 40 vendors offering a wide array of products to browse and shop. Food trucks will serve delectable dinner and dessert options. Families can participate in various games and activities suitable for all ages.
Additionally, the Siloam Springs Police Department will host a bike course, providing valuable bike safety lessons for participants of all ages. Bike enthusiasts can decorate their bicycles with creative adornments supplied by the Siloam Springs Public Library in preparation for the bike parade.
Lindsey Taylor from Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce shared her excitement, stating, "We are thrilled for Bike Night. With vendors, live music, food, and activities for kids, there's something for everyone to enjoy."
A highlight of the evening will be the NWA Jazz & More Orchestra performing at 6:30 p.m. at Chautauqua Amphitheater, providing a delightful musical experience.
"This performance promises to captivate the audience and create a memorable summer night," said Megan Whitworth of the City of Siloam Springs.
Don't miss out on June Fourth Friday Bike Night in Siloam Springs. Bring your bikes, decorate them, and join the community for an evening filled with festivities, music, and a celebration of the cycling spirit. This free event is open to all ages.
For more information about the event and upcoming Fourth Friday activities, visit www.discoversiloamsprings.com.