Viva Streets - Denver car-free parkway Aug 14th



Viva Streets is a one-day celebration that’s made possible when a major Denver street is returned to the people. On August 14, LiveWell Colorado and BikeDenver will transform 23rd Avenue between City Park and Stapleton into a car-free parkway for all Denverites to enjoy. The streets will be closed to cars and will come alive with walkers, bikers, runners, strollers, hoola-hoopers, dancers, paraders, musicians, healthy food purveyors and anyone wanting to play in the streets for the day. It’s a tribute to the power of our city’s streets--to get people moving, to bring neighbors together, and to strengthen Colorado’s healthy, active culture.

There will be lots of fun, healthy activities along the route, see below:

Dexter St.: Yoga, Zumba, B-Cycles, Facepainter, Restrooms
Hudson St.: Denver Water station, Garden Demos, Restrooms
Kearney St: Parade 10am, Kids Bike Rodeo, Weigh & Win, Classic Bike Display, Restrooms, Volunteer HQ
Oneida St: Nuggets Fun Zone, LiveWell Get Movin’ Mobile, Cooking Demos, Facepainter, Jump rope Demos, Restrooms
Fred Thomas Park: Health screenings, cooking and exercise demos
Along the route: Food trucks, bike mechanics, helpful volunteers

Learn more about Denver Viva Streets website & Facebook

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