Friday: Park(ing) Day Summer Lawn Party in Pioneer Square

Friday is Park(ing) Day around the world, including, of course, Seattle! The biggest pop-up park to visit will be in Pioneer Square. And of course, bikes are at the center of the urban reimagination fun.

Also did you know three of the top eight bike polo teams in the world are from Seattle? It’s true, and you can watch some of them play at the Summer Lawn Party.

Details from the Alley Network Project:

Join us for one last Seattle summer celebration in Pioneer Square as we turn Occidental Park, Nord Alley and parking spots on Main Street into a summer lawn party! There will be live music, art, bicycle polo, a photo booth, BBQ, bocce ball, transportation tarot reading, lawn bowling and Adirondack chairs where you can lounge and read books from our pop-up library and more:

Seattle PARK(ing) Day Summer Lawn Party
Friday, September 21st
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Pioneer Square (Occidental Park, Nord Alley, Main Street)

PARK(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. It promotes creativity, civic engagement, critical thinking, generosity, play, and unscripted social interactions.

This event is brought to you by a partnership between the Alliance for Pioneer Square, City of Seattle, International Sustainability Institute, Feet First, Bicycle Alliance of Washington, Back Alley Bike Repair, and the Alley Network Project.

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