End of Year Events with SNG

Join us for some fund and inspiring end of year events!

 

home zone

Broadview Home Zone Kick-off and Ribbon Cutting. Sunday, Nov 17. 2:00 – 4:00 pm. 127th & Dayton (Broadview/Bitter Lake). Join for the celebration of one of Seattle’s first official Home Zones, or come early (11 am – 1 pm) for a tactical urbanism work party and help build planter boxes for the Home Zone! (email rkrandels@gmail.com to RSVP for the work party).

 

 

 

 

Basic Bike Network 2019 accomplishments

Tour of the Basic Bike Network. Saturday, Dec 7th. 10:00 AM -12:00. Starting at Lake Union Park. Tour the Basic Bike Network and celebrate the three major pieces that were completed this year, and see what remains to be done. RSVP on Facebook or to Clara@seattlegreenways.org

 

 

 

 

family biking dad comic

Intro to Family Biking Advocacy. Sunday, Dec 8th. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Cal Anderson Park Shelter House (Capitol Hill). Come learn about how to get involved with local advocacy as a family biker! Getting involved in local advocacy as a parent can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be difficult! Join us for this fun, family-friendly event to learn how to use your personal experiences and stories to help create the city you want to see. RSVP on Facebook or to or to info@seattlegreenways.org.

 

 

 

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Kidical Mass – Parade of Boats with FamilyBike Seattle. Friday, Dec 13. 7:00 PM – 10:00 Ride with your family along the Burke Gilman Trail and watch the holiday Parade Of Boats. Learn more and RSVP or RSVP on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

dongho chang's favorite things of 2019

Dongho’s Favorite Things of 2019. Sunday, Dec 15th.11 AM – 1 PM. A walking tour of notable projects completed in 2019 with the City’s chief traffic engineer Dongho Chang. Featuring a new woonerf, an infamous bus lane, and perhaps Seattle’s coolest traffic signal. RSVP on Facebook or to info@seattlegreenways.org

Events Coming Soon

Toast For Thomas St. Date TBD. Celebrate Sally Bagshaw’s incredible legacy helping to make Thomas St into the city’s premier walking and biking street connecting South Lake Union and the Seattle Center.

Excluded — A Wing Luke ExhibitDate TBD. Join us at to learn about Seattle’s history of redlining and its impact.