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Bring your bike, scooter, skateboard, rollerblades, stroller, stilts, walking shoes – whatever you’d like to your nearest Streets Alive! Parks Alive! celebration. Cities hosting events will also coordinate free and low-cost activities.
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Groups, businesses sports clubs, or other organizations and individuals interested in coordinating activities on this day can contact host cities. Learn more about what types of activities can be organized during Streets Alive! Parks Alive!
Belmont held its event in conjunction with the Belmont Farmer’s Market (CalTrain Parking Lot at El Camino Real & O’Neill St). At the event, people enjoyed live music and activities along with the season’s freshest fruits and vegetables and the company of friends and neighbors. City of Belmont staff was on hand to provide information about Streets Alive and lead fun recreational activities.
Visitacion Ave., between Mariposa St. and San Bruno Ave.
Burlingame held its event on Park Ave., between Burlingame Ave. and Howard Ave., in conjunction with the Burlingame Farmers Market anda live bluegrass band performance.
Daly City hosted a Recreation Day and Family Health Fair on April 23.
East Palo Alto
East Palo Alto hosted a parade and bicycle rodeo in conjunction with Comití Latino’s Annual Cinco de Mayo event and parade at Cesar Chavez school in East Palo Alto.
Foster City celebrated Streets Alive by offering free group exercise classes at the Amphitheatre in Leo J. Ryan Park. The workouts included Bollywood Dance and a bootcamp class. In addition, Dr. Rebecca Wilson shared tips on living a long, healthy life and gave free posture checks.
Millbrae hosted Streets Alive events on April 23 with a spring festival and egg roll and a Bark for Life Relay, a non-competitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer.
North Fair Oaks
Garfield School opened its fields for soccer games.
Pacifica offered free lap swimming and rec swimming at Brink Pool, and free skating at Pacifica Skatepark. The city also encouraged residents to hike Pacifica’s beautiful trails (at Pacifica State Beach between Linda Mar and Rockaway, Sweeny Ridge, Calera Creek, Mori Point, Milagra Ridge); visit the pier or our beaches (Sharp Park Beach, Linda Mar Beach, Rockaway Beach, Pacifica Pier); and spend time in the parks (San Pedro Valley Park, Frontierland Park, Fairmont Park).
Redwood City celebated Streets Alive with performances in Courthouse Square, including dance, gymnastics, boxing, and Zumba. Various booths offered information about healthy living and nutrition.
San Bruno celebrated Streets Alive with a “History Walk” that concluded at the Grand Opening of the Certified Farmers Market on San Mateo Avenue. On the Avenue, the city offered opportunities to skateboard, play music, sew, make art, line dance, and participate in Boot Camp and Zumba classes.
San Mateo offered various activities for families and pets, including a wheels rodeo, games, tennis and group exercise classes.
South San Francisco
South San Francisco offered Zumba Dance/Exercise classes, Tai Chi, Hawaiian Dance, Bollywood Dance/Fitness, Fit Walk/Art Talk, Martial Arts, a children’s area and more.
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