“With monthly SCCA meetings we have been able to address many concerns and interests of the local businesses in a timely way.”
SCCA Member: Suzanne Weinstein, Coastal Seafoods

Open Streets Photo Narrative

NOTE: Click on each photo to enlarge…it’s worth it!


Flying high at Open Streets…much fun to be had!


Hope Community_Intersections_Outdoor living room courtesy of Bedlam

Bikers helped tow this furniture from 27th Ave. all the way down Franklin to Portland Ave. in front of Hope Community

Outdoor Living Room at Hope_courtesy of Bedlam and Hope Communitys Intersections

This pop-up living room set up in front of Hope Community, courtesy of Bedlam Theatre, allowed for people to rest, relax, and also be entertained by a couple young artists.

Kids on mic


Zumba   Zumba 2

Kids of all ages had the opportunity to exercise their bodies and have fun with an enegizing Zumba tutorial


Bike helmet decorating at ArtiCulture_That is a dinosaur

Facepainting at ArtiCulture III

Kids from the neighborhood were able to decorate their helmets at the ‘Bike Helmet Decorating’ table and also get their face painted at Articulture.


Family Wellness   Electric Fetus

Create Your Own Community: “What businesses and/or institutions do you want to see in your neighborhood?”

Barber SHop

Answers: Family Wellness Center, Electric Fetus for Kids, and Gerald’s Barbershop



Bubble to the face!!


Tim doing massage

Massage Therapist, Tim Turner from T-Squared Body Works was busy all day giving out FREE 5-min massages


Bike Win

Being a bicycle-focused event, Radio Disney hosted a bike giveaway raffle!



photo 5

Families gathered outside of Pizza Luce to enjoy a puppet show with accompaniment from an accordion.

My Luce tatt

Pizza Luce also gave out some pretty interesting tattoos…



The “Not Bad Rap” hip-hop crew had a moving performance as their elevated stage was towed down Franklin via bicycle.


 Cadillac at Eric playing on the bike led rolling trailer

Cadillac Kolstad and Eric ‘playing for the people’ on their bike-led rolling trailer


Don Barton and his player piano at Luce

Folks listen to renditions of popular tunes, such as ‘YMCA’, from Don Barton’s player piano


 Kids in Rain (2)

Despite the rain, people stayed out for free music from Mike Dreams and Asia Divine at Peavey Park


Deb on Horse

Special thanks to Deb Ervin for all her hard work in coordinating and organizing the event and making the first-ever Franklin Open Streets block party a success!!

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