Fri
May 19 2017
07:38 am

What: Open Streets Knoxville Sunday
When: Sunday, May 21, 2017 - 2:00pm
Where: Magnolia Ave. from Randolph St. to North Chestnut St

From the City of Knoxville...

This next Open Streets event starts with the puppeteers and mobile fun-makers at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 21, at Magnolia Avenue and North Chestnut Street. The Open Streets event runs through 6 p.m., with Magnolia closed to vehicular traffic for four hours between North Chestnut and Randolph streets. There's a small loop onto East Depot Avenue as well.

From Knox County...

On Sunday, May 21 from 2 to 6 p.m., Knoxvillians are invited to walk, bike, jog or dance their way through town at Open Streets Knoxville. The spring 2017 event will take place in East Knoxville with Magnolia Avenue from Randolph St. to North Chestnut St. closed to all motorized traffic. This allows attendees a day of biking, walking, dancing and playing safely in the streets!

More info:

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One and one-half mile of East

One and one-half mile of East Magnolia closed to traffic. Randolph Street is a block east of Hall of Fame Drive, at Graning Paint Center. North Chestnut Street is 1 1/2 mile east of Randolph Street, at the Dollar Tree. You will pass Pellissippi State Community College-Magnolia Campus (what used to be Catholic High School).

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