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Oct 25 2017
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What: SoKno: Open Streets Knoxville
When: Sunday, October 29, 2017 - 2:00pm
Where: South Knoxville - Sevier Ave/Suttree Landing Park/Gay Street Bridge

Open Streets Knoxville brings together community groups and local businesses, giving people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to walk, ride bikes, hula hoop, and much more – all in a setting that is fun and safe! More than a street festival, Open Streets Knoxville gives residents an opportunity to explore their neighborhood and local businesses in a safe, fun, and family-friendly way. It encourages the use of active transportation and healthy living, and has a goal of giving residents an opportunity to rethink our streets as public space. Our goal is to host two events each year, with different neighborhoods hosting each event.

It's coming to South Knoxville, Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017.
2-6 PM

It's free!

There will be a variety of music, food, games, and displays.

Sevier Avenue will be closed from Island Home Avenue to Blount Avenue (Council Place/Gay Street Bridge). The Gay Street Bridge will be closed. Foggy Bottom Street to Phillips Street and Suttree Landing Park will be closed.

Parking is most readily available across the river on Gay Street Bridge at the City County Building garage and the Dwight Kessell Garage.

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