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High Energy at Kenton Park, June 22

Skills Track On June 22, Kenton Park will be full of creativity, skill testing and ups and downs.  Opfest Shakespeare will wow you with their wittiness 1-3pm.  If your kids have bouncy energy take them to the inflatable bouncy house.  NW Trail Alliance is bringing back their newly built bike skills track for you to test your handling skills.  And as always, there will be free basic bike repair, food, exhibitors and more. 

See you on June 22, 11am-4pm.  Check out our full highlights brochure.

Peninsula Park A-buzzing on June 22

Rose Garden at Peninsula ParkPeninsula Park will be buzzing with activity on June 22, 11am-4pm.  Kaiser Permanente challenges you to get moving with interactive quizzes and fun, pulse-pounding activities to help you thrive.  Rose Garden volunteers are offering tours on the hour.  NW Natural has a mural for you to express your creativity.  Oregon Disability Sports will have wheelchair basketball and hand cycles for you to test out.  Metro, Renaissance Homes and Car2Go will have great info about getting around Portland and livability.  You can also find bike rental at Peninsula Park. 

Portland Parks and Rec staff will have a family sports area plus they will be teaching lots of great classes:
11-11:50am    Zumba
12-12:50pm    Aerobics
1-1:50pm        Hip Hop Dance
2-2:50pm        Aerobics
3-3:50pm        Boxing

There is also food, free basic bike repair and more to discover during North Sunday Parkways.

Visit the Bluff and Annex, June 22

Bike GalleryAs you make your way around the Sunday Parkways route you'll get beautiful views from the Willamette Bluff and along Willamette Blvd.  At the Willamette Bluff activity area Bike Gallery will be available to do free minor bike repairs.

Over at Columbia Park Annex, the Mudtown Stompers will entertain with the beats of Dixieland.  Kids of all ages can climb aboard a City of Portland Maintenance Operations street sweeper and sewer inspection truck.  And if you have your skateboard you can practice your ollie, grind, and shove-it. 

On June 22, 11am-4pm, grab a bite, chat with new friends and take in the views of the city.

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.