The huge annual PhinneyWood Summer Streets celebration is Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Greenwood Avenue will be closed to cars from 65th to 87th streets, and opened up to pedestrians and cyclists.
Versatile Arts performers at a previous Summer Streets.
About 3,000 people are expected to stroll through the neighborhood, listening to live music in several places, playing pianos in the street in front of A-1 Pianos, doing chalk art in front of Couth Buzzard Books, watching the annual Street Soccer Tournament in front of Naked City Brewery and at youth soccer “fields” at 72nd Street, enjoying a “Cozy Cove” beach-themed rest station set up specifically for seniors between North 75 and North 77th streets, checking out a temporary pop-up protected bike lane and a parklet, a Bicycle Benefits scavenger hunt, watching donated canned goods being turned into a huge canned food pyramid, a portable planetarium, kid’s activities with Pacific Science Center, aerial performances from Versatile Arts, and Seattle ReCreative will demonstrate the power of Oobleck (a non-Newtonian fluid) as participants “walk on water” at North 78th Street.
Summer Streets participants are encouraged to bring canned food donations for the Greenwood Food Bank.
Check out the activity map with a list participating businesses and activities.
Greenwood/Phinney avenues will close to traffic between North 65th and 87th streets from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. But North 65, North 80th and North 85th streets will remain open to east-west traffic. Greenwood Avenue between North 85th and 87th streets will remain closed until 9 p.m. for the Street Soccer Tournament and a concert by Ayron Jones and The Way.