Saturday: Seattle Neighborhood Greenways community potluck at Gas Works Park

Bring some snacks or a side to Gas Works Park Saturday afternoon for a safe streets potluck with Seattle Neighborhood Greenways. It’s officially dubbed a “volunteer picnic,” but everyone is invited whether you have volunteered or not.

You can also join a group ride to the picnic. One leaves Capitol Hill Station at 12:30, and another leaves Columbia City Park (near PCC) at 11:30.

Details from SNG:

Join Seattle Neighborhood Greenways to celebrate another year of fabulous grassroots community power!
Saturday, March 26, 2022, 1:00 – 3:30 pm
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Drop in to catch up with old friends and neighbors or meet and greet with new folks. Learn about local advocacy, grab some swag or a bike or walking map.

We’ll provide some food for the grill, bring potluck snacks or sides to contribute if you can.

All are welcome — you don’t have to had volunteered with us before to come celebrate!
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Gas Works park is located at 2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98103 and is accessible from the Burke Gilman Trail or a short (steep) walk from the 31, 32 or 62 bus. The park also has free car parking.

We will be at the picnic area on the northeast side of the park, behind the restrooms. The picnic area is wheelchair accessible.
Stay tuned for more info on group bike rides to the event! (or lead one yourself!)

From Capitol Hill:
Stefanie and Ethan will be leading a family-friendly CSG group ride to the Gas Works picnic from Capitol Hill on Saturday. All are welcome!

We’ll meet at 12:15p at the Barbara Bailey Way plaza outside the Capitol Hill light rail station (where the farmer’s market is on Sundays). Roll out at 12:30p.

Our route mostly follows quieter streets. We’ll head through the beautiful Interlaken Park to Eastlake, the University Bridge, and the Burke-Gilman Trail. Route here:

From Rainier Valley:
Meet up with Jason from Rainier Valley Greenways-Safe Streets at Columbia City Park next to PCC at 11:15 am, roll out 11:30, and meet up with the Central Seattle Greenways group for the remainder of the trip. Rough route here:

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