GreenHill Center for NC Art to Host Mini Motorcycle Day in ArtQuest Studios


Photo courtesy of GreenHill Center for NC Art

GreenHill Center for NC Art is hosting a special Mini Motorcycle Day in the ArtQuest Studios on Saturday, April 22. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will provide participants with the opportunity to:

  • Create your own motorcycle from recycled materials.
  • Create “wheelie” art.
  • Sit on a real “mini” motorcycle with NC MiniGP instructors to learn about motorcycle safety.
  • Meet 9-year-old Keagan Brown, junior biking expert and Frost Bite Series Mini GP Kid’s Champion.

ArtQuest Studio admission is free. Receive $2 off admission to M.A.D | Motorcycle. Art. Design for adults; children get in free!

For more information, visit

Source: GreenHill Center for NC Art


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