Summer Streets draws a crowd

by | Apr 11, 2009

A ton of people turned out for the first Summer Streets event in Greenwood and Phinney Ridge, taking part in a wide range of on-the-street activities. For the kids, it was street chalk, the Bubble Man and a fire engine at Station 21:

Held in conjunction with the monthly Art Up Greenwood-Phinney Art Walk, more than 30 venues had artists on display, including this live painting exhibition outside the Greenwood Collective, by Matamuros (Seattle Urban Mural Crew). Thanks, Brian Hart for the photo!

Here’s a few more shots Brian gave us:

Brian’s shot of Prost! is reminiscent of a European scene where it’s common to find streets taken over by pedestrians.

Plenty of Seattle Police were on hand, with the Segway rider and the Harley-riding motorcycle cops being especially popular.

 

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