It's that time again.

It's that time again.

The fourth annual "Clintonville Classic Charity Cornhole Tournament," to benefit the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center, is scheduled for Saturday, July 9.

It will be held at the home of Nate and Sarah Hatfield, 629 E. Dominion Blvd.

Registration, which is $60 for a team, begins at noon and ends at 12:45 p.m., with the tournament starting at 1 p.m.

Beverages will be offered for all paid participants, and the first 48 teams will also receive T-shirts.

A "Family Fun Bike Fest" will be held on Sunday, July 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. at COSI, 333 W. Broad St.

The event will include bike design contest and safety rodeo for children.

Children may can ride to Bicentennial Park and an "Eco-Ride" to the Grange Audubon Center.

No registration is required for the free event.

More details are available at www.bikecolumbusfestival.com/events/familyfun/.

New bicycles were given last week to the winners of Consider Biking's May Bike Month raffle

Jeff Stephens, Consider Biking executive director, and Dan Ersley, manager of the Dublin BikeSource store on Sawmill Road, presented the bikes at Consider Biking's Clintonville office.

Chas Lippert won the men's Globe Daily 3 bicycle courtesy of BikeSource and Specialized Bicycles. Heide Frymier received the women's Globe Daily 3 bicycle, also courtesy of BikeSource and Specialized Bicycles.

Consider Biking provides www.RideNet.net, a free bicycling social networking site where cyclists can post rides they lead, find rides to join and record their bicycle rides.