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Bike Month Classes: Commuter Focused Classes In May

Posted on March 11, 2016 at 1:10pm by franklintoncycleworks No Comment
Bike Month Classes: Commuter Focused Classes In May

Franklinton Cycleworks is celebration Bike Month by offering three classes focused on bike commuting! If you’d like to bike more and drive less, consider starting here. Or, if you’re not particularly fond of riding on the streets but love to bike, you may also find these classes helpful. Our goal is to share our experience with…

Comfest Awards FCW Grant

Posted on June 23, 2016 at 12:05pm by franklintoncycleworks No Comment

FCW was awarded a grant for $1,400 by Comfest this year, to install an outdoor fix-it station in front of the shop at 897 West Broad. The fix-it station will provide round the clock access to a bike stand and tools for essential bike repair. We hope this station will enable bike commuters to fix their…

Confluence Year

Posted on January 10, 2013 at 6:01pm by FCWorks No Comment

Confluence is hosted by St. John’s Episcopal Church in Franklinton, Ohio. Confluence is a service-learning program for recent college graduates or young adults with comparable experience who commit to a year of spiritual formation, vocational discernment, social justice and intentional community. Starting in late August, interns work 35 hours per week in direct-care or administrative…

Franklinton Development Association

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 1:45am by FCWorks No Comment

Franklinton Development Association:  The FDA is the community development hub of Franklinton and has it hands in or supports every progressive effort in the neighborhood. Besides remodeling historic and abandoned homes, the FDA works hard to make the homes affordable to people who wouldn’t normally be able to buy a home. This program is what allowed…

Franklinton Gardens

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 1:44am by FCW No Comment

Central Ohio’s communty garden of 2010! located right in our backyard.  Fton Gardens has been growing, giving out and selling Franklinton grown produce since 2007.  They offer the cities only 6 day a week neighborhood produce stand and save space for residents to rent out their own gardening beds.  Check out their website for opportunities to…

Gladden Community House

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 1:46am by FCWorks No Comment

Gladden Community House: Gladden Community House was established in 1905 and settled into its current location at the corner of Town St and Hawkes Ave in 1953 making it the oldest and longest running social service organization of Franklinton (as far as we know). Gladden is perhaps best know for it’s after school programs and athletic…

Grandma’s Pizza

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 1:48am by FCWorks No Comment

As far as we are concerned, Grandma’s Pizza is the place to order pizza for open shop, FCW events and Volunteer Nights.                        http://grandmaspizza.co/Pages/Location_West.html

Lower Lights Health Clinic and Compassionate Ministries

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 1:46am by FCWorks No Comment

Lower Lights Health Clinic and Compassionate Ministries: Lower Lights Ministries has been serving the neighborhood of Franklinton since 1991 and has established itself as one of the most prominent social service organizations of the neighborhood. Lower Lights does everything from after school tutoring to housing for ex-felons to health services. In addition, they employ several of…

Rain Brothers

Posted on November 2, 2011 at 1:55pm by FCW No Comment

Home of the lovable Jonathan Meier, Gordy Smith and Ohio’s own Rain Barrel and Cistern.  These two young talents have been creating alternative water storage and irrigation systems since 2007.  They also provided us with half of their shop for our first year of operation. http://www.rainbrothers.com/

St. John’s Episcopal Church

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 1:45am by FCWorks 1 Comment

St. John’s Episcopal Church: St John’s Episcopal, led by The Dr. Rev. Lee Anne Reat, hosts multiple services for the surrounding neighborhood. The congregants of their Street Church service (every Sunday at 1pm at Broad and Central) have also been recipients of FCW Bike Give aways.