Evanston Streets Alive Promotes Safer Roads




Presented by the NorthShore University HealthSystem, this year’s Streets Alive from 1 to 5 p.m., September 10, featuring the Evanston Green Living Festival, will be held on Main Street from Chicago Avenue to Robert Crown Park.

This year’s theme is Share the Road, highlighting the need for walkers, bikers, drivers and others to focus on safety as we share our streets and other areas dedicated to transportation. Free activities include a climbing wall, yoga, karate demonstrations, exercise classes, music, interactive art, vendors and food from local restaurants.

The Evanston Green Living Festival features products, services and ideas that encourage and empower attendees to lead more sustainable lives.

For more information, email [email protected] or visit EvanstonStreetsAlive.org and EvanstonGreenFest.org.

 

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