Ditch the car and jump on your bike/scooter/skateboard or other human-powered form of transit during the 10th annual Summer Parkways celebration of fitness, recreation and community. Held each year around the summer solstice, the event — dubbed Spokane’s biggest block party — closes off four miles of city streets to cars in favor of bikers, skaters, walkers, runners and other non-auto transit modes (electric bikes and electric scooters aren’t allowed). Activities and fitness demos like Zumba, pilates, martial arts, self-defense and dancing are set up along the course and in two city parks, Manito and Comstock, connected by the route. Local residents don’t have to live in a South Hill neighborhood to participate, just make sure to park away from the designated course.
Thu, June 20 from 6-9 pm • Free • All ages • Manito and Comstock Parks, Spokane’s South Hill • Event map at summerparkways.com
— Chey Scott