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Last year, 108,900 Portland area residents and visitors participated in Sunday Parkways, allowing them to get out and be active in communities across the city. This year, Sunday Parkways is happy to present five more fun community connecting events. Are you in?
Dates to Save:
East Portland Sunday Parkways May 10, 2015 ~ 11am-4pm (7 miles) The party will start on Mother's Day in East Portland with a celebration of mothers, families and friends on our first Sunday Parkways of the year. The route will highlight some of the beautiful natural areas that are located in East Portland, such as the newly finished Foster Floodplain Natural Area as well as Lents, Ed Benedict, Glenwood and Bloomington Parks.
North Portland Sunday Parkways June 21, 2015 ~ 11am-4pm (9.5 miles) It's a family affair. Sunday Parkways continues it celebration of family and communities through our June 21st event that occurs on Father's Day and focuses on North Portland. This 9.5 mile double loop course will highlight gems across the route, such as the scenic Willamette Bluff, the Peninsula Rose Gardens, the universally accessible Harper's Playground at Arbor Lodge, as well as the activities offered at the Kenton, Columbia Annex, and McCoy Parks.
Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways July 26, 2015 ~ 11am-4pm (8 miles) Explore the Northeast Neighborhood Greenways while you make your way around the Northeast Portland route. Don’t forget to stop by Woodlawn, Alberta and Fernhill Parks along with Rigler Elementary School where a collection of fun activities, festive music, and delicious food awaits you.
Southeast Portland Sunday Parkways August 23, 2015 ~ 11am-4pm (7 miles) Spend a warm summer day walking and rolling around the Southeast Sunday Parkways route. While you’re at it, take a few moments to explore Laurelhurst, Colonel Summers, Sewallcrest and Ivon Parks to grab a bite to eat, listen to tunes, and jump into a dance or activity or two.
Tilikum Crossing / Sellwood Portland Sunday Parkways September 27, 2015 ~ 11am-4pm (7 miles) End the Sunday Parkways season big by exploring the new Tilikum Crossing Bridge of the People and the Sellwood area. This new route will include the Tilikum Crossing and circle the Sellwood area introducing participants to the Westmoreland, Sellwood Parks plus Brooklyn School Park where music, food, and fun are waiting.
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