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Sunday Parkways at Arbor Lodge Park, July 28th

Live music, dancing, stilt walking and more at the park.

Universal CyclesThis Sunday is going to be a blast at Arbor Lodge Park.  Enjoy live music and dance from 11:30am until 3:30pm (see schedule here).  Universal Cycles will be available to offer free minor bike repair (don't forget to pick up one of their patch kits).  Everyone's favorite (because we all want to be in a circus right?), Circus Cascadia, will be there with all of their toys.  Whole foods will be selling made-in-house Bratwurst and hot dogs, ice coffee, tea and cookies - get 'em while they last.  And you can take your official snack break with Clif Kid. 

Also at the park is the really cool playground thanks to Harper's Playground and their many supporters.  If you need a bike  Pedal Bike Tours will be at Arbor Lodge Park to set you up.

Sunday Parkways on the Willamette Bluff

Take in the amazing views.

The Willamette Bluff is one of the sweet spots of the North Sunday Parkways route.  The view of downtown is quite pretty.  See for yourself this Sunday! 

 

And while you are there let Bike Gallery check out your bike and sample some snacks from the Clif Crunch Cart.

Sunday Parkways at Kenton Park

Don't miss the bike skills track, Shakespeare and the bouncy castle.

bike n hikeKenton Park is a mixture of great activities and booths.  Enjoy the energetic acting of the Original Practice Shakespeare Festival. Hone your bike skills with NW Trail Alliance's track.  Give your bike some TLC with Bike N Hike.  Get your kid's wiggles out at the bouncy castle.  And fill up your water bottle at the water station.  Plus Urban Mamas will be there for any of you new moms to answer questions or give you a bit of quiet to feed your baby.  And don't forget to pass by the City's tables to chat about Your Sustainable City, Green Street Facilities, the Comprehensive Plan and Be Cart Smart/Be Resourceful.

 

Sunday Parkways at Peninsula Park, July 28th

Enjoy all the activities - fitness classes, ride, volleyball, soccer, disc golf, yoga and more!

Peninsula ParkPeninsula Park is always a gorgeous park, but during this time of year it is even more colorful with the roses blooming.  And on July 28th, 11am - 4pm, Peninsula Park will be even more colorful with all the Sunday Parkways activities.  Portland Parks staff will lead you in Zumba and Aerobic classes (check schedule here).  Kaiser Permenante is offering information about their Every Body Walk! app, a blueberry treat and free blood pressure screenings. REI will be there for free minor bike repair.  And AARP wants you to drop by for a contest of the "Best Decorated Bike" - or if you can't stop by then tweet your picture to #bestbikepdx@aarpor.  And to kick off Sunday Parkways, Women on Wheels is leading a ride around the route starting at 11am from their booth.

Lots of other activities and interesting booths will be there too for you to participate in and visit.

Make sure you stop and smell the roses - and even stay for a tour given by Friends of Peninsula Park Rose Garden. 

Enjoy your day at Sunday Parkways.

Sunday Parkways at McCoy Park and Columbia Park Annex

Activites at McCoy Park and Columbia Park Annex will delight kids of all ages.

Bikes For HumanityMcCoy Park will be busy with lots of activities come July 28th, 11am-4pm.  There will be a DJ mixing family-friendly R&B, Soul, Rock and Hip Hop.  During part of the time Sparkle Movement will take the stage and lead people in hula hooping and dance.  Plus kids of all ages can play musical chairs.  You can also play on the climbing wall, decorate you bike and pick up a $6 helmet.  Bikes for Humanity will be there for free minor bike repair.

And make sure to stop off at the new Pump Skills Track in New Columbia (along our route).  Test your skills on the burm, seesaw and rocks.  Stop by and find out all about the great partnerships that made the track possible.

As you make your way around the route, don't forget about Columbia Park Annex and all the activities happening there.  You can climb up into a Bureau of Maintenance dump truck or sweeper and get an idea of how bike riders disappear from their mirrors with just the slightest movement.  You can also bring your skateboard or skates and show off your skills on ramps and rails.

Hope you join us - the day is going to be fantastic!

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