Crossing Kirkland 2019

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Crossing Kirkland is a for-neighbors-by-neighbors festival along the Cross Kirkland Corridor. The event debuted in 2017 and drew more that 1,500 visitors with a mix of food trucks, games, craft projects, community organizations, a climbing wall and jumpy house. The 2018 edition saw the addition of live music and a community art project: the painting of a utility box where the CKC crosses 6th Street (read about it in the Kirkland Reporter).

In 2019, three neighborhood-sponsored stations will stretch from Feriton Spur (Google) in the south up to 7th Ave in the north. Participants will be able to bike, walk, or ride the city-provided shuttle to see the whole event, which includes games, crafts, music, dancing, and food trucks. The 2019 festival will occur on Saturday, Sept 7 from 11-3. This year we’ll be adding a kids fun run. Crossing Kirkland is powered by volunteer neighbors and in-kind donations from local businesses. We need your help to make it happen! Interested volunteers can sign up here. Please donate to help make this community event happen, and enjoy a t-shirt as a thank you.

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