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PARK(ing) Day transforms 8th Street in downtown Boise

Oliver Russell developed the “PARK” for Nature Valley and handed out free granola bars to visitors. L-r Mike Stevens Art Director at Oliver Russell, Stuart Walsh Interactive Developer at Oliver Russell, Russ Stoddard President at Oliver Russell, Crissie McDowell Art Director at Oliver Russell, Susie Crandlemire Teacher at Foothills School. Photo courtesy of Oliver Russell.

Oliver Russell developed the “PARK” space in downtown  Boise for Nature Valley and handed out granola bars to visitors. Shown (l-r) are Mike Stevens, Stuart Walsh, Russ Stoddard, and Crissie McDowell of Oliver Russell; and Susie Crandlemire, a teacher at Foothills school. Photo courtesy of Oliver Russell.

Idaho Walk Bike Alliance joined with ACHD Commuteride, American Heart Association, Oliver Russell and Stack Rock Group to celebrate PARK(ing) Day on Sept. 15.

Artists, activists, and citizens in cities around the world participated by transforming metered parking spaces into public parks and social spaces. Eighth Street between Idaho and Bannock in downtown Boise was transformed to draw attention to public spaces.

 

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