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  1. Calendar Overlay Parks, Recreation & Facilities (2)

Parks, Recreation & Facilities

  1. Sundays on the Boulevard

    August 19, 2018, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Baxter Boulevard between Vannah Avenue and Payson Park

    Baxter Boulevard, with one of the best views in Portland, will once again be transformed into an urban oasis for bike riding, running, walking, skateboarding and other recreational activities. The road will be closed to cars on Sundays from May 6 through September 23, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, from Vannah Avenue to Payson Park. The program is part of a growing number of open street projects, in which streets are closed temporarily to auto traffic so that people may use them for walking, bicycling, dancing, playing and socializing. There are more than 100 documented initiatives across North America, according to the Open Streets Project. In addition to the City, the effort is sponsored by the Back Cove Neighborhood Association, the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, the Portland Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee, Healthy Portland, and Portland Trails. For more information, residents can call 207-808-5400 or visit www.boulevardsundays.com.

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  2. Slow-Ride Bike Through Portland Parks History

    August 19, 2018, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Payson Park Softball Field

    Join Portland Parks Division staff for a 9-mile slow-ride bike loop through Portland Park History. Bring your own bike and meet the group at Payson Park Little League parking lot. Explore the history and political intrigue behind Baxter Boulevard, Back Cove Trail, Eastern Prom, Western Prom and Deering Oaks parks, all while biking along Portland’s world-class multi-use paths and bike lanes. Will include some sections in traffic, must feel comfortable riding a bike in a large group. Bike-confident kids welcome with parental supervision. Bring a lunch for a picnic at Fish Point.

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