Please join us at Samsung for the 20th annual Rosedale Ride.
The Rosedale Ride is charity bicycle on Saturday, March 22nd with routes of 20+, 40+, and 60+ and a children's fun ride of 2 miles. The ride begins and ends at Samsung, winding through the gently rolling countryside east of Austin.
The Rosedale Silent Auction is held on Thursday, March 20th at the Rosedale School. Both events benefit the Rosedale Foundation and the Rosedale PTA, (501-c3) non profit organizations, whose mission is to support the children of the Rosedale School, AISD's only school for children with multiple disabilities.
Package Pickup and the Silent Auction at the school will be on Thursday. (Package pickup is also available the morning of the ride.) We'll have fine food from area restaurants and the music will be top drawer. And, yes, the Silent Auction will be loaded with goodies for your enjoyment. It should be a fine celebration, so please come and bring your friends.
10:00am-8:00 pm Thursday March 20 at the Rosedale School, 2117 W 49th St, Austin
Directions to Rosedale School: Click Here
Starting at 6:30 am on the morning of the event, Saturday March 22 at Samsung Austin Semiconductor
Registration at package pickup or the day of the event will be $60 for 20+, 40+ and 60+ mile ride and $10 for the Kid's ride (2 mile).
Directions to Samsung Austin Semiconductor: Click Here
Distances are subject to change and have not been finalized. This is a Rain or Shine Event! Helmets required. The course will close at 3:00.
Festival Follows the Ride: Don't miss the post-ride Rosedale festival at Samsung! Including musical entertainment, food vendors and more. We keep costs down and put every dollar to work by asking that you pay nominal prices for foods. Fruits and drinks are free and are provided by our sponsor, Samsung Austin Semiconductor. Get some of Ron's great barbecue and thank him for all the work he puts in.
For the latest information about the ride, please go to http://www.rosedaleride.info
We thank you so much for your support. It really means a lot to us and to the kids.
ANNE LEAVENS and AL GODFREY