Bike, walk, roll, move and play in the streets at Streets Alive! Ithaca. Free and open to all. Join the fun on Sunday, September 23 from 1PM until 4PM on Cayuga Street between Court Street and Ithaca High School.
Ten city blocks will be closed to cars and open to people. The closed-off street is an invitation to enjoy active living and to explore alternative ways of moving around in the city. Bring your wheels, bring your friends and family, tell your neighbors, and make your streets come alive!
-Dancing in the Street led by Felipe from Finger Lakes Fitness
-Free bike repair
-Big Red Bikes bike sharing demonstration
-Friends Bike Clinic bike try-outs
-Bike Rodeo organized by Way2Go
-FREE ice cream and car share demonstration by Ithaca Carshare
-TCAT bus and bike demo – practice putting your bike on and off a bus bike rack
-Free raffle with prizes from local bike and sports shops, sponsored by Get Your GreenBack
-Hula hooping, juggling, roller skating, Tai Chi, unicycling, and more!
Volunteer! Sign up now online at streetsaliveithaca.com/volunteer
Want to be an Intersection Superhero? How about a Paul Revere Rider? Lots of fun volunteer positions are available. All volunteers will receive a free limited edition event t-shirt and will also be able to participate in the event.
Join us. Have your organization or group plan an activity. Provide sponsorship support. Get involved. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Streets Alive! is brought to you by Creating Healthy Places Project of Tompkins County and Get Your GreenBack Tompkins.
Streets Alive! also encourages you to attend the Sept 22nd Food Justice Summit, helping to build a system of regional food sustainability.
Streets Alive! is made possible in part by grant support from the Park Foundation, the Community Programming Board of the Cornell Public Service Center, and the Tompkins County Tourism Program.
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