Danny Gamboa Screens His Documentary on Ghost Bikes At Ventura Museum Friday

Ghost Bikes Documentary By Danny Gamboa  Friday, November 18 Screenings: 6:30 & 7:15 pm  A recently completed film about the worldwide phenomenon of white bikes appearing as unofficial memorials where bicyclists have lost their lives.  $5 general public • Free to members RSVP: 805.653.0323 x7  Includes Q & A period with the filmmaker & entry to all exhibits, including Departures, which features the ghost bike made to honor Nick Haverland 100 E. Main St. Ventura  www.venturamuseum.org
GHOST BIKES Documentary
By Danny Gamboa Friday • November 18
Screenings: 6:30 & 7:15 pmA recently completed film about the worldwide phenomenon of white bikes
appearing as unofficial memorials where bicyclists have lost their lives.
$5 general public • Free to museum members
RSVP: 805.653.0323 x 7Filmmaker Danny Gamboa will be in attendance and will answers questions.
For your $5 admission, you can also get in to see all exhibits,
including Departures, which features
the ghost bike made to honor Nick Haverland,
a 20-year old Ventura College student killed this year.

100 E. Main St. • Ventura

www.venturamuseum.org

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2 Comments on “Danny Gamboa Screens His Documentary on Ghost Bikes At Ventura Museum Friday”

  1. Justine Jenkins says:

    I’m new to this group, but the whole thing sounds amazing! I used to do costumed, full moon rides in Colorado when I lived there and I’m so excited that people are getting together and doing them here. Is the ride going to happen this Friday for the art walk (Dec 2, 2011) and if so, what is the theme?

    • Hi Justine,

      welcome!

      Rumor has it there will be some Santas riding on Friday night; I’ve got a blog post to put up on it, huh. More likely more of us Santas will ride Sun 12/11/11. You might want to search for the ArtRiders on facebook and joining that groups as well as subscribe here.

      best, gwendolyn


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