Celebrate World Car free Day and join Green Parent Chicago for a car free play date at one of the city's most easily accessible and beautiful parks: Seneca Playlot Park. Enjoy the fall day with free outdoor fun and come burn off that extra energy. We at Green Parent Chicago are partnering with the Active Transportation Alliance and organizing a family get together to help moms, dads and caregivers try out other travel options with kids for the day.
The park has a sandbox, train and truck climbing structures, equipment for young kids and big kids and best of all, is only a a few short steps from the Chicago Avenue Red Line stop, elevators from the subway platform to the street make this stop accessible to parents with strollers.
Here are the details:
Date: Sept. 22, 2009
Time: 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: Seneca Playlot Park, 228 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL
What is Chicagoland Car free Day?
On Tuesday Sept. 22, Active Transportation Alliance will partner with RTA, Pace, Metra, CTA and communities around the region for Chicagoland Car-free Day. The event is part of World Car-free Day, the one moment when people around the world pledge to go sans auto.
Don't forget to take the pledge to go car free on The Chicagoland Car free Day website (www.chicagolandcarfree.org) The more people we get to pledge to go car-free, the more fun the day will be! Plus, when you take the pledge on our website, you get a coupon for $1 off a large drink at Caribou Coffee on Sept. 22!