The first event is May 11, with a stop at Foster Floodplain Natural Area.
The 2014 Sunday Parkways dates have been announced, and we at Environmental Services are oh-so-excited to participate once again. The events get thousands of Portlanders out biking, walking, rolling and dancing through neighborhoods in all of Portland’s watersheds.
Human-powered transportation is a great way to help our rivers, streams and environment. And, we can slow down and see the nature right here in our neighborhoods.
We’re happy to announce that we will again be hosting a stop at Foster Floodplain Natural Area in Lents during the East Portland Sunday Parkways event this Mothers Day, May 11th.
There will be live music, nature activities for kids, local food and information about Johnson Creek and local community groups. Mark your calendars and join us for an exciting day of environmental awareness, community celebration and healthy fun. If you haven’t been to Foster Floodplain yet, this is a great excuse to see what all the buzz is about.
The Foster Floodplain stop is where you can pick up one of the famous fish hats—they went fast last year!
For more information on other Sunday Parkways events and dates, please see the Sunday Parkways website.
Stayed tuned for more information as the May 11 event gets closer.