First unHappy Hour a success.

The first unHappy Hour event last night brought out about 30 activists. 

Attendees were treated to a presentation by Jason Rothstein on his new book Carless In Chicago.  Jason outlined many of the bullet points about why and how people choose to go car-free.  After the event, Jason was on-hand to sell and sign copies of his book.  Break The Gridlock bought five copies for the BTG Library.

Then, Julie Dworkin, representing the Albany Home Zone, gave a solid overview of the project.  Julie detailed how a bunch of neighbors came together and initiated this streetscaping change intended to slow automobile traffic on their block.

After the speakers attendees mixed and discussed these and other topics.

Watch this space for notices of future unHappy Hour events!