Bike Friendly Richardson

BFR Presents: Cruise To The Cottonwood Art Festival Ride

Posted in Bicycle Events by dickdavid on April 17, 2010

We’re heading over to the Cottonwood Art Festival at Cottonwood Park in Richardson. This will be a one-way trip from the Galatyn Park train station to Cottonwood Park. Once there, folks can stay and enjoy the festival for as long as they want (event closes at 6:00).

The Cottonwood Art Festival is one of the coolest art events in the Metroplex. There are many talented artisans along with lots of great entertainment.

Date: Saturday, May 1, 2010
Time: 1:00 pm
Start: Galatyn Park Train Station
Finish: Cottonwood Park
RSVP (if you can):
Facebook Event Page

UPDATE: Here is the route map: View Cruise To The Cottonwood Art Festival map.

We will lead a courtesy return ride back to the station at an agreed upon time for folks who want to catch the train or return to their cars.

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  1. […] just a few blocks west of the Preston Ridge trail.  Sign up at their Facebook page or visit their website for more info.  It’s a great family venue and the arts, live music and f0od are all well […]

  2. […] Here are more details about the ride. […]

  3. Chris said, on May 1, 2010 at 11:12 am

    I live two blocks from Cottonwood park so the Biking in Dallas duo will meet you there!

  4. […] and a PERFECT day to ride to it. Unfortunately, we didn’t have the time to commit to another Cruise To The Cottonwood Art Festival ride this time around. That shouldn’t stop you. Considering how horrible the parking situation is, […]


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