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Bike Walk Play JPA
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Date/Time
Saturday, August 16th 2014
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Jefferson Park Avenue between the JPA Bridge and the Harris/Camellia/ JPA Extended intersection

Saturday, August 16, 9:00am ‐12:00pm, Rain or Shine, Bike Walk Play JPA,

Charlottesville’s premier Open Streets event. The event will stretch for 1 mile from the JPA Bridge to the Harris/Camellia/JPA Extended intersection. Through active recreation and transportation, Bike Walk Play JPA celebrates and builds connections ‐ between people to each other, to their neighborhood, to local organizations, and to local businesses. It encourages people to discover not only that they can bike or walk to places they want to go, but also the fun of ‘getting’ there! Come Bike with us, Walk with us, and Play with us! Event activities ‐ children and adult friendly ‐ include:

  • ·1 mile of open road ‐ car‐free!
  • 1 mile fun run
  • ·Water Balloon Gauntlet
  • ·Collaborative Street Mural Drawing
  • ·Decorate Your Bike Station and Ride
  • Live Music
  • ·Food and Exhibitor Tables
  • Fry’s Spring Beach Club Open House

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