Come help the RAD celebrate street improvements on June 5th

from the Facebook invitie

On Tuesday June 5th at 5:30 PM, the public is invited to join Mayor Terry Bellamy, Asheville community leaders, River Arts District business owners and artists, West End/Clingman Avenue neighbors and project supporters as they celebrate the recent completion of the $1.2 million Clingman Avenue streetscape enhancement project with a moving street party down Clingman Avenue, and a benefit concert and silent auction at the Grey Eagle.

After a ceremonial ribbon cutting @ 6:00pm at Clingman & Hilliard, the “Clingman Circle Celebration” will walk, bike, roll and dance down Clingman to the new traffic circle at Roberts Street to the sounds of Youth at Jazz and Cub Scout Pack No. 24 bearing flag & our Master of Ceremonies, Chall Gray. Moving Street Party goers are encouraged to DRESS UP! in support of their favorite neighborhood organization. To support WECAN, show up in Dots! For Asheville On Bikes… please wear Plaid! The Asheville Area Arts Council would love to see you in RED! River Arts District Artists love YELLOW! Asheville Greenworks is looking for a sea of GREEN, of course! The organization with the most people sporting their color or pattern wins the “Best CCC Organization” donation of $100!!

Remarks by Mayor Bellamy, NC Department of Transportation, RADBA, Mountain Housing Opportunities, and Asheville on Bikes will begin at 6:30 PM in the FLS Energy parking lot, 130 Roberts Street. The “Best CCC participation” award will be decided at FLS, at 7pm to wrap up the Clingman Circle Celebration.


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