Sunday: Alki Summer Streets + Costumed bike parade

557883_329792670456795_1214679983_nThe Alki Beach Creeps are planning “the largest costumed bike parade in West Seattle” Sunday during the Alki Summer Streets event.

Details:

The Alki Beach Creeps have joined forces with the SDOT Summer Streets to bring you and your family the largest costumed bike parade in West Seattle’s 111 year history!

Bikers, plan to meet at 12:45pm on 63rd and Alki Ave in front of Alki Arts. At 1:00pm we’ll head North Alki Ave to the Don Armeni Boat Ramp, turn around and end our parade in front of El Chupacabra where we will be greeted by the soapy stylings of the one and only, Bubbleman!!

After the parade, performing right next door on the rooftop of the Alki Homefront, the Beach Creeps are proud to present an after-party of epic proportions featuring some of West Seattle’s finest Musicians!!!

DJ Zach Galafinotkiss

DJ Liability

The Dolly Rottens!

So come one, come all, friends and families, and join us on Alki Car-Free Day for a day of bikes, bands, and bubbles!

Details on Alki Summer Streets, the first Summer Streets event of the year:

st_alkimap11Walk. Bike. Shop. Breathe. Play.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Activity Map available!
Detour and Water Shuttle Taxi Map

Tell your neighbors, tell your friends! Sunday, May 19 is a party along Alki! This free event opens the city’s largest public space – its streets – so people can walk, bike, roll, run, skip and shop – without having to watch out for cars! Participate in the West Seattle 5K Run/Walk in the morning, sponsored by West Seattle High School PTSA. The race starts at 9:20 a.m. Pre-registration is suggested. Stay for the party starting at 11 a.m.

What a great time it is going to be. The Alki Beach Creeps are joining forces with us to bring the largest costumed bike parade in West Seattle’s 111 year history. Skate Like a Girl is planning skateboard workshops; Hollow Earth Radio will be spinning tunes in-between live music; Coastal Boutique will have a t-shirt tye-dyeing station; Detective Cookie will have chess games for the kids; Alki Bike and Board will be repairing bikes; and the Alki Art Fair—West Seattle’s premier art and music showcase—is inviting local artists to join the fun.

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