Sunday Streets Missoula was started by Missoula in Motion to utilize city streets as a valuable public space and to encourage active transportation and healthy choices while supporting fun, friendly local businesses. This year's Sunday Streets will be hosted by Missoula's Franklin neighborhood in a one mile loop from Franklin Park to Strand Avenue. If you've been in that neighborhood lately, you have likely seen the colorful signs inviting the public to this free event.

The 2021 event is coming up on Sunday, August 8th from noon to 3 p.m. and you can expect food trucks, live music, fitness classes, and fun for all ages. No need to dress up, come as you are, or in your workout clothes to participate in the fitness classes that will take place at Franklin Park, Yoga with Jess starts at noon. Join a free Oula class with Melissa & Jan at 1 p.m. for all ages and fitness levels, breathable clothing and comfy shoes are recommended. At 2 p.m., Lizzie will host a 'Strength & Core' conditioning class for all ages and fitness levels, yoga mats are recommended, but not provided, and the class is free.

Missoula Parks & Rec will be on hand with all abilities activities, enjoy fencing, art installations, lawn games, and SO much more! Keep in mind, this is a vehicle free event, so bring your wheels, whether it's skates, rollerblades, skateboard, stroller, or whatever else you roll on. Check out some of this year's participants below.

Missoula Compost Collection, LLC, Missoula Urban Demonstration Project (MUD) 5210 Let's Move Missoula Brio Fitness Soil Cycle The Clay Studio of Missoula Missoula Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Families First Learning Lab Missoula Fencing Association Forward Montana Missoula Community Radio CASA of Missoula Mountain Line Climate Smart Missoula Big Sky Nanny Missoula PaddleHeads TheParenting Place Missoula Taekwondo Center Child Start Inc., Head Start of Missoula, MT SPARK Arts Ignite Learning The Humane Society of Western Montana The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula

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