Horace is hosting its inaugural “Streets Alive” event for residents to get out and enjoy our great city. The fun open-street festival is a way for families to bike and walk for fun. Come to Freed Park on July 22 from noon to 5:00. Bring your bike to ride or walk the 4k route through town. The event is free and everyone is welcome.
What to do at Streets Alive? Walk, bike, roll, dance, play, and hang out with neighbors and friends. Enjoy the summer afternoon in the park and around your community with your neighbors and friends. Spontaneous and unscheduled activity is encouraged, from lemonade stands to four square games. A few activities include:
Bring your bike to ride the course. Get your neighbors to walk the route for fun.
Kite flying in Freed Park - Bring your own or a few will be provided
Hula Hoop dance in Freed Park
Chalk sidewalk drawing contest at the corner of Center Ave and County 17
ND Moves demonstration project at Center Ave and County 17
Bike obstacle course sponsored by Cass County Sheriffs office at Horace Elementary
Bring your favorite activity to the park to share with your neighbors
Streets Alive bike/walking route:
Start: Freed Park
Center Ave to Sheyenne Dr
Wall Ave to Main St
Ironwood to Chestnut Dr
Bike path to Main St
End: Freed Park
Length is 3.7 kilometers
Volunteers and Sponsors Needed
Building a healthy, vibrant community requires the collaboration of many individuals and partner organizations. We need YOU to help us bring the Streets Alive. Consider:
Volunteering to support the fun-filled afternoon of events and community gathering.
Sponsors or groups can assist with making this a fun-filled family event. Sponsor an event or provide materials or funds. Need your ideas.