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Fun is the Goal at Arbor Lodge, June 22

Arbor Lodge Park ActivitiesArbor Lodge Park is always filled with fun activities during Sunday Parkways.  Not only do you have the amazing Harper's Playground (which is actually there all year long), but Circus Cascadia will be there with all of their instruments of fun.  Learn to walk on stilts, balance on a ball and juggle. 

Clif Kid will have some fun games testing your knowledge on nutrition.  AARP is asking people to share on their community wall what makes Portland age-friendly.  Portland Fire and Rescue is bringing a fire truck - YIPPEEE!

The music stage will be busy with all-time kid favorite, Mr. Ben (11:30am-12:30pm).  Ethos will take the stage afterwards (1:00-2:00pm) and the day ends with Edna Vazquez (2:30-3:30pm).

All that plus free minor bike repair, food and more.

Portland Parks and Rec Gets You Moving

Portland Parks ClassPortland Parks and Recreation will keep you moving at the North Sunday Parkways, June 22, 11am-4pm. 

You can join one of the ever-popular fitness and dance classes in Peninsula Park:
11-11:50 am    Zumba
12-12:50 pm   Aerobics
1-1:50 pm       Hip Hop Dance
2-2:50 pm       Aerobics
3-3:50 pm       Boxing

Or you can stop off at the Family Sports Area also in Peninsula Park and take part in the gymnastic demos, soccer clinics, disc golf and slack lines.  If you find yourself over at Arbor Lodge Park during Sunday Parkways you can join Parks' Senior Bike Program for a group ride. 

Play, Win, Thrive with Kaiser Permanente at Sunday Parkways

Celebrate the official start of summer with a brisk walk or leisurely bike ride at Sunday Parkways in North Portland!

KP Double Dare Game at Sunday ParkwaysOn Sunday, June 22, visit the Kaiser Permanente booth at Peninsula Park to play the “Health and Care Double Dare” game, which challenges you to get moving with interactive quizzes and fun, pulse-pounding activities.

While at their booth, take a minute to sign up for a chance to win a NIKE+ FuelBand! And, be sure to share your healthy selfie on social media at #kphealthie.

Kaiser Permanente caregivers will be joining in the fun with an afternoon group bike ride. Look for their bright green shirts and be sure to ask them how they “Thrive.”

Dr. Jessi Khangura participated in the Kaiser Permanente caregiver ride at the East Sunday Parkways on May 11. “Sunday Parkways was lively and family friendly; I felt completely safe riding around with my 16-month old,” said Dr. Khangura. “There were lots of exhibits and great energy. I was introduced to parks that I hadn't visited before. It was so much fun and the community and neighborhoods really got involved! I will definitely be at the next one, too.”

So come out and join the fun! Get active this summer at Sunday Parkways!


Mother Nature Suns on East Sunday Parkways for Mother’s Day

BES Fish HatsDisaster Dog

Our first Sunday Parkways event of the year kicked off with lots of sunshine and smiles. 14,000 gathered at East Sunday Parkways for a joyous Mother’s Day and spring afternoon. The day was in full bloom as families and friends swept past Bloomington Park, or stayed to watch the Portland World Cup youth soccer games, to visit the vendors, or work on the art of hula-hooping.

Mid-day, the Earl Boyles Parents United Group, Kaiser Permanente, Safe Routes to School and Trauma Nurses Talk Tough united to coordinate a short ride/walk starting at Earl Boyles Elementary School, looping to Bloomington Park and ending at Ed Benedict Park. The group of over 25 kids plus their parents contributed to many of the smiling faces seen at Ed Benedict where Zumba and Korean pop beats kept both children and children of all ages dancing. Even Disaster Dog, the mascot for the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management got into the act.

Did you see the soccer games at Bloomington Park? Thanks to Portland Parks and Recreation and Portland World Cup for coming out with the teams. This lively park hosted one of the three volunteer check in stations where over 150 volunteers made everything run so smoothly. You couldn’t miss them in the Kelly green Sunday Parkways t-shirts. We can’t do this without their amazing support.Zumba

Many families also found themselves at Gilbert Heights School enjoying the bouncy castle while listening to the smooth melodies of the Dixieland Band. Atop of their heads 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.  East Sunday Parkways was completed with a trip to Glenwood Park where Opsfest Shakespeare spoke poetically, Circus Cascadia created laughter, and Kaiser Permanente challenged everyone to get healthy. All in all everyone had a great day!

Hula HoopingWe 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 22nd 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