Walk. Bike. Shop. Play. Breathe. On Friday, August 12 Greenwood Avenue/Phinney Avenue from N 87th Street to N 67th Street is being opened up from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. during the Art Walk.
Come on and play in the street! Catch up with friends, stroll the neighborhood, ride a bike on Greenwood Avenue free of motorized traffic.
Enjoy these great activities:
- PhinneyWood Art Walk
- Live bands
- Free dance lessons in the street
- Giant Piano by A-1 Piano
- Do the Gumshoe
- Farmers’ Market
- Painters, sculptors, potters and more making art on the street at Tasty, Art on the Ridge, Urban Light Studios and Bherd Studios
- Coffee taste-off: Try samples from local brewers and vote for PhinneyWood’s Best Drip.
- Aerial Acrobats by Versatile Arts
- Drop-in art activity for kids at Art on the Ridge
- Seattle’s Largest Canned Food Pyramid – bring a can to donate!
- Local dining
- Amazing games
- Just hang out
- And SO MUCH MORE!
BeaconBIKES and Spokespeople are holding a family bicycle ride Saturday that will do a loop around Beacon Hill on family-friendly streets (which BeaconBIKES hopes to make even friendlier by turning them into neighborhood greenways).
Join Beacon BIKES and Spokespeople for a family ride along various portions of the future Beacon Hill Greenway. The event will begin at The Station Coffee House at 2pm and finish at the Beacon Hill Library at 4pm. It will be a slow, safe ride with few hills that will feature destinations such as Jefferson Park, local businesses, and two community farms (Alley Cat Acres and the future site of the Beacon Food Forest). If you have any questions, please e-mail Dylan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And, of course, we already wrote about the Sound to Mountains Bike Festival leaving Magnuson Park Saturday.
Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments.