Sunday Streets Missoula is Sept.15 from noon to 4 p.m. on Higgins Avenue between South Fifth Street West and the north end of Higgins Avenue at the “Crossings” sculpture (the red XXXs).
Jump off the sidewalk and take back the asphalt during Sunday Streets Missoula, which temporarily closes Higgins Avenue to car traffic and opens it up to people for walking, biking, running, skateboarding and enjoying all kinds of free, fun activities.
Sunday Streets celebrates how bike-able and walkable Missoula can be with more than 50 activities for all ages and abilities.
From hula hooping and street art to fitness classes, bike polo, contra dancing, guitar lessons and more, there is something for everyone.
Missoula residents can enjoy yoga, Oula and fitness classes by the Peak and Monkey Bar Gym as well as live music by local bands West Fork and the Josh Farmer Band.
A complete list of scheduled activities is available at SundayStreetsMissoula.org or find Sunday Streets Missoula on Facebook.
Again this year, Sunday Streets Missoula kicks off a week-long celebration of sustainable transportation known as Walk & Roll Missoula (formerly Bike Walk Bus Week) set for Sept. 15-21.
After exploring active modes of transportation in a comfortable and safe environment during Sunday Streets, attendees will be encouraged to take the pledge to participate in Missoula’s 3rd annual One Less Car Day the following Wednesday, Sept. 18.