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Hyannis Open Streets Returns October 22, 2017

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It’s time once again to break out your walking shoes, your bicycle, even your roller skates – but not your cars – Open Streets is returning to Main Street Hyannis this Sunday, October 22, 2017.

 

Main Street Hyannis will be closed to vehicle traffic from noon until 5 PM this Sunday, allowing for revelers of all ages to enjoy Main Street in all of its fall glory.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association, Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce, Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District, and other merchants and restaurant owners work together to sponsor the day. It features live music, special events, food, and so much more.

Event organizer Jane Walsh, owner of Main Street mainstay Red Fish Blue Fish says, “We needed something to bring the community together, in person, get people to come out and get to know each other in a safe, family-friendly environment.”

And come out they do. Sunday’s event will be the fourth this year, each one bringing hundreds of people to Main Street to shop, play, socialize, and just enjoy the beautiful village of Hyannis.

“We think this is something that Hyannis really needs,” says Greater Hyannis Civic Association President Deb Krau. ” We’re so diverse, that it really is a very different event that it takes to bring people together.”

Hyannis Open Streets is the perfect opportunity to ride your bike along Main Street, and local cycling enthusiasts want you to have fun and be safe when you ride. Kids are encouraged to join the fun and ride to the Kids Bike Rodeo in front of the JFK Museum, 397 Main Street. The Rodeo includes bike safety demonstrations, bike decorating, an obstacle course, and a group ride on Main Street at 2PM.

 

IF YOU GO:

Hyannis Open Streets
Main Street, Hyannis
Sunday, October 22, 2017
12:00 Noon – 5:00 PM
Hyannis Open Streets Facebook Page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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