Community Helps our Streets Come Alive!
The 7th Streets Alive! will be held on Sunday, September 20th from 1-5pm on Plain St., Clinton St., and Wood St: Southside Community Center to Wood Street Park in Ithaca, NY.
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New this year: We are Family, Somos Familia
Streets Alive! Ithaca is excited to be joining with the Latino Multicultural Festival and the Food Justice Fair to bring you an event that combines food justice, great food and music, and a sense that we are all one big family.

Latino Multicultural Festival
Celebrate and learn about Latin culture through dance, music and food at the annual Latino Multicultural Festival.

Food Justice Fair
The Food Justice Fair, brought to you by GreenStar Community Projects, offers an opportunity to meet people and organizations involved in creating our local food web.

Streets Alive! is a nonprofit, biannual celebration of a street closed to cars and open to people. The main focus of the event is enjoying a street open for people to bike, walk, roll and move. It’s an invitation to be active and to explore alternative ways of moving around in the city.

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Consider donating to help support, sustain and expand this beloved community event! See www.tinyurl.com/fundbwt for more information or to become an event sponsor.
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Plain Street and Clinton Street, September 2013

Coordinated by:

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And by our awesome sponsors for 2015:


Fingerlakes Wealth ManagementSciarabba Walker

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Park FoundationCHP Logo

 CTBTompkins County Tourism Program

About the event hosts:

Bike Walk Tompkins mission is to change the culture and infrastructure of the Ithaca area so that people embrace sustainable transportation, especially walking and bicycling, in their everyday lives. We work to advocate, educate, and motivate for more trips done by bike and foot. Bike Walk Tompkins is a project of the Center for Transformative Action (CTA).

Way2Go, a program of Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, is transforming the culture of transportation among users, providers and decision makers, so that everyone can get where they need to go in a fair and sustainable community. Way2Go works collaboratively through events, workshops and education to help people save money, stress less, and go green on transportation.