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Event Details — Cigna Sunday Streets - White Oak Drive

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Walk, Run, or bike along White Oak Dr.

For the third event of our 2016 season, Cigna Sunday Streets heads to White Oak! With no cars on the road, you’ll be able to walk, run, dance bike or play in the streets with friends, family and neighbors.

Cigna Sunday Streets is not a street festival. It is a FREE family-friendly opportunity to be physically active and enjoy active transportation, as well as connect with neighbors in your community.

For more information check out the website: http://www.gohealthyhouston.org/sundaystreetshtx

or check out the event on Facebook.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Can businesses and organizations located along the routes provide entertainment (i.e. live music, art shows,) or programs (i.e. yoga classes, CPR classes)?
A: Yes, businesses and organizations can provide entertainment and programs within or on their private property. Routine permits are required for outdoor activities.

Q: Will the City of Houston (COH) set up stages for music or programs?
A: No, the COH is opening the streets to provide a place for people to be physically active. We en courage participants to enjoy the entertainment or services provided by businesses and organizations along the routes.

Q: Can bars and restaurants participate?
A: Yes, all businesses can participate and are encouraged to open during the event.

Q: Can bars and restaurants extend their patios or create patios if they do not currently exist?
A: Yes, bars and restaurants can create temporary outdoor space and seating on their private property or parking lots. Please refer to TABC guidelines.

Q: Is Cigna Sunday Streets a street festival?
A: No, Cigna Sunday Streets is not a street festival. It’s a family friendly opportunity to be physically active

When

May 22, 2016
12:00PM for 4 hrs

Where

White Oak Park

Cost

$Free

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