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Delicious Food at Sunday Parkways - North

Kenton Park Arbor Lodge Park Peninsula Park McCoy Park Willamette Bluff
Ruby Jewel Ice Cream 3 Guys Grilling SuperDog Big Winner Fuego
Urban German Two Wahines Shaved Ice Village Crepery Inocencia's Tamales Organic Island Snow
Po' Shines - Cafe de la Soul Kathmandu Cafe Scoop Organic Ice Cream Fuego Dano's Dogs
Fuego Portland Curry Company Soup Cycle Voodoo Doughnut  
  50 Licks Ice Cream Island Daydream Shaved Ice    
  Fuego Caribbean Kookpot    
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The North Sunday Parkways Brochure is here!

Portland Sunday Parkways presented by Kaiser Permanente has teamed up with international “Make Music Day” to bring more moving, music, and fun to the North Portland Sunday Parkways this Sunday, June 21, Father’s Day!

North Portland Sunday Parkways offers a 9.5 mile route for people to bike, stroll, roll, skate and play on traffic-free streets from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. To see our brochure, look here: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/article/531449

North PDX Brochure

 

SUNDAY PARKWAYS TEAMS UP WITH MAKE MUSIC DAY THIS SUNDAY!!

The first annual “Make Music Day PDX” will be held in Portland on the longest day of the year, June 21, 2015.

logoMake Music PDX is a celebration of music of all genres played by and enjoyed by people of all stripes.  There will be music from Alternative to Bluegrass to Classical to Zydeco.  Portland will be joining over 725 cities around the world to celebrate Make Music Day on June 21, with 60 different performances in 15 different venues, including two at Sunday Parkways locations: McCoy Park and Arbor Lodge Park. All events are free and open to the public, and most aharmonicare outdoors. More information about Make Music PDX is available at www.makemusicdaypdx.org.

Make Music PDX is an outgrowth of the Fete de la Musique, which originated in France in 1982.  The event began as a call to musicians in Paris to get out in the streets on the Summer Solstice, June 21 and play their music.  It has since spread and has a large footprint, particularly in Europe and parts of Africa, but also in more than 20 cities in the U.S. including New York, Boston, Austin, Seattle, Philadelphia and Chicago — and for the first time in 2015, Portland. In 2014, over three thousand concerts were held across the U.S. on Make Music Day.

More information about Make Music Day PDX is available at www.makemusicdaypdx.org and www.facebook.com/MakeMusicPDX.  

 Guest article written by Pat Zagelow - Organizer for Make Music Day PDX

 

Rose City blooms during Active Transportation Week

Portland shined during Active Transportation Week (May 10 – 16) and provided a wonderful beginning for Bike Month by drawing record attendance to the East Sunday Parkways event.  

SP Portland came out in record numbers during the City of Portland Sunday Parkways presented by Kaiser Permanente event on Mother’s Day! More than 16,000 traveled down the 7-mile course by walking, biking, skateboarding, skating, dancing, or wheelchair.

As Leah Treat mentioned in a recent interview, “Sunday Parkways offers a fabulous way to explore your own neighborhood or discover a new one, and our network of neighborhood greenways offer low-traffic, low-speed streets for everyday use.”

The day kicked off at Bloomington Park with the Portland World Soccer Tournament girl’s game of Aztecas vs Racers whereas youth from across the world gathered to play a game of soccer in their new home of Portland. This game was followed by the boy’s teams: Eagles vs. IRCO. A Big thanks to Portland Parks & Recreation, Portland World Cup, and Parks for New Portlanders for coming out with the teams!

At Ed Benedict, Zumba and POP beats kept both children and children of all ages dancing. The music and fun continued to Gilbert Heights Park. A park that shone with happy kids and families enjoying the bouncy castle while listening to the sweet melodies of the Mudtown Stompers.

Atop the heads of some of the attendees were festive fish that found their start at the Foster Floodplain Natural Area. The Bureau of Environmental Services celebrated Portland’s support for natural spaces and educated participants specifically on the Foster Floodplain Natural Area. The East Sunday Parkways loop completes with a trip to Glenwood and Lents Park.  Shakespeare was spoken poetically through the muse of Opsfest, while Circus Cascadia created laughter at Glenwood Park. While at Lents Park Kaiser Permanente challenged everyone to celebrate being healthy with their very own KPHealthie photos. All in all everyone had a great day!SP photo two

We would like to thank all of our sponsors, donors, vendors, volunteers, entertainers, Police and flaggers for making this such a great event. We look forward to our next one on June 21nd in North Portland. To stay up to date you can like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter.

P.S. If you would like to share any stories please do so – we’d love to hear them. And post your favorite East Portland Sunday Parkways photos to our Flickr  account.

 

East Portland Sunday Parkways appreciates the generous support from the following sponsors:

                       

 

Rose City blooms during Active Transportation Week

Portland shined during Active Transportation Week (May 10 – 16) and provided a wonderful beginning for Bike Month by drawing record attendance to the East Sunday Parkways event.  

SP Portland came out in record numbers during the City of Portland Sunday Parkways presented by Kaiser Permanente event on Mother’s Day! More than 16,000 traveled down the 7-mile course by walking, biking, skateboarding, skating, dancing, or wheelchair.

As Leah Treat mentioned in a recent interview, “Sunday Parkways offers a fabulous way to explore your own neighborhood or discover a new one, and our network of neighborhood greenways offer low-traffic, low-speed streets for everyday use.”

The day kicked off at Bloomington Park with the Portland World Soccer Tournament girl’s game of Aztecas vs Racers whereas youth from across the world gathered to play a game of soccer in their new home of Portland. This game was followed by the boy’s teams: Eagles vs. IRCO. A Big thanks to Portland Parks & Recreation, Portland World Cup, and Parks for New Portlanders for coming out with the teams!

At Ed Benedict, Zumba and POP beats kept both children and children of all ages dancing. The music and fun continued to Gilbert Heights Park. A park that shone with happy kids and families enjoying the bouncy castle while listening to the sweet melodies of the Mudtown Stompers.

Atop the heads of some of the attendees were festive fish that found their start at the Foster Floodplain Natural Area. The Bureau of Environmental Services celebrated Portland’s support for natural spaces and educated participants specifically on the Foster Floodplain Natural Area. The East Sunday Parkways loop completes with a trip to Glenwood and Lents Park.  Shakespeare was spoken poetically through the muse of Opsfest, while Circus Cascadia created laughter at Glenwood Park. While at Lents Park Kaiser Permanente challenged everyone to celebrate being healthy with their very own KPHealthie photos. All in all everyone had a great day!SP photo two

We would like to thank all of our sponsors, donors, vendors, volunteers, entertainers, Police and flaggers for making this such a great event. We look forward to our next one on June 21nd in North Portland. To stay up to date you can like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter.

P.S. If you would like to share any stories please do so – we’d love to hear them. And post your favorite East Portland Sunday Parkways photos to our Flickr  account.

 

East Portland Sunday Parkways appreciates the generous support from the following sponsors: