On August 5, a third Circle The City event will feature free activities for all ages that promote healthy, active living in Boston.

Circle The City will draw people out of their homes and cars and onto safe, car-free streets to walk, bike, roll, play, and celebrate some of our greatest urban resources—our parks.

Sunday, August 5th, 10am-1pm: Car-Free Corridor along Rose Kennedy Greenway

Come out and play on Open Streets in Downtown Boston! Walk-Bike-Skate-Roll-Dance along the Wharf District of the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and connecting to Fanueil Hall and the Boston National Historical Park by City Hall.  Activities for all ages along the route.

Connect on Facebook to receive updates. For a map of the street closure connecting the Greenway to City Hall, click here. For more information and a map of the Wharf District area of the Rose Kennedy Greenway, click here.

A 2012 Urban Signature Project of the America’s Great Outdoors Initiative, Circle The City Circle The City is a collaborative venture of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, the Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness, LivableStreets Alliance, Franklin Park Coalition and the City of Boston. Demonstrating an innovative model connecting conservation and recreation, Circle The City will serve as a national leader for exemplifying healthy living in the city and improved accessibility to urban green spaces.