By Chuck Oestreich
The presentation will explore some of the themes in Oestreich'srecently published novel, "Bicycle Moon." - especially how someaspects of modern life both hinder and promote living life at its fullest.
The author will read excerpts and lead a discussion about the centralfeatures of the novel.
About the presenter and author:
Chuck Oestreich is a long-time educator from Rock Island who has become a major advocate of bicycling being used for transportation along with recreation. He is active with the local bike club, the Quad Cities bicycle Club, and the state-wide League of Illinois Bicyclists, where he is the chairman of a six-day bike tour (GITAP) every year. He also writes a monthly column for the Moline Dispatch/Rock Island Argus.
Independent Scholars' Evenings.
Held at  the Moline Commercial Club, 1530 Fifth Avenue, MolineIL 61265
Dress code: business casual
Refreshments will be served
Independent Scholars' Evenings are sponsored by The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, Ltd a 501(c)3 organization since 1996 under US laws at State and Federal level.

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