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Play the Kaiser Permanente Sticker Hunt at North Portland Sunday Parkways and win a collectible pin. Join every ride to win them all!
Play the Kaiser Permanente Sticker Hunt at North Portland Sunday Parkways and win a collectible pin. Join every ride to win them all!
Golden Anniversary Ride at North Portland Sunday Parkways 11 a.m. Sunday (Photo) - 06/28/19

What:
Media is invited to a cake cutting celebration for the North Portland Sunday Parkways Golden Anniversary 50th ride this Sunday, June 30, with speakers from Presenting Sponsor Kaiser Permanente and the City of Portland, followed by a silent dance party with Trail Blazer's DJ O.G. One in the Kasier Permanente "Music Is Medicine" Booth.

When: 
Media invited 11 a.m. to noon on Sunday, June 30. *NOTE this time change from previous release, one hour earlier
Sunday Parkways runs 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where:
Peninsula Park, between the Rose Garden and June Key Delta Center
700 N. Rosa Parks Way

Background: 
Kaiser Permanente returns for the 12th year as Presenting Sponsor of Portland Sunday Parkways, celebrating the 50th Sunday Parkways Golden Anniversary ride in North Portland. Visit Peninsula Park from noon to 1 p.m. for a cake cutting celebration, then head to the Kaiser Permanente "Music Is Medicine" booth for a silent dance party with Trail Blazers’ DJ O.G. One. Get your “prescriptions” for healthy food, exercise, dance and play at the Kaiser Permanente event booths on the route. Participants visiting all five Kaiser Permanente and Biketown booths for the Sticker Hunt will earn a collectible North Portland enamel pin and a donation to mental health organizations in our community.

Why:
Kaiser Permanente is deeply committed to the total health and wellness of the communities we serve. Being active, eating nutritious food, and playing with friends and neighbors at Sunday Parkways is part of our investment in keeping Portland healthy.

Interviews:

  • Dan Field, Executive Director of Community Health for Kaiser Permanente’s Northwest region

Visuals: 

  • Opportunities for photos and videos of Portlanders coming together to bike, walk and run a 9.5-mile traffic-free double loop route, while enjoying food, live music, fun and games.
  • Silent Dance Party with Trail Blazers’ DJ O.G. One at Kaiser Permanente's “Music Is Medicine Booth” at Peninsula Park -- our booth is on the North Ainsworth Street side of the park in the middle of the block.

More Details:

  • Kaiser Permanente is the founding and Presenting Sponsor of Portland Sunday Parkways for the 12th year, and is proud to support the City of Portland in contributing to the total health of the city -- where Kaiser Permanente had its beginnings back in World War II.
  • There is a strong link between physical activity and health and mental wellness, so encouraging people to walk, ride and bike Sunday Parkways with friends and family is a great way for everyone to get out, get active and get to know their neighbors, while also allowing us to improve the mental health and resilience of our local communities.
  • Players who complete the Kaiser Permanente Sticker Hunt at Sunday Parkways will earn a collectible neighborhood enamel pin (photo attached) and earn a donation to mental health organizations in our community.

More Information:

Visit kp.org/sundayparkways for route maps and info.