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Bayou Greenway Day

Bayou Greenway Day is an annual festival celebrating Houston's parks, trails and Bayou Greenways! Check back for more information regarding Bayou Greenway Day 2017.

Bayou Greenway Day 2016

March 26, 2016

11 a.m. ─ 4 p.m.
T.C. Jester Park
Along White Oak Bayou Greenway
4201 T C Jester Blvd, Houston, TX 77018
Event co-chairs: Cullen Geiselman and Carter Stern

Walk, bike, run, stroll, play, picnic and explore with us at a FREE outdoor festival along White Oak Bayou Greenway! Bayou Greenway Day will be full of interactive activities, music, food and fun for the whole family. RSVP on Facebook here: http://bit.ly/bgdayfb

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FREE Activities

We have a lot of fun planned for Bayou Greenway Day. A number of nonprofits and neighborhood organizations are providing free activities, including kite flying, bike rides, bird watching, face painting, tree planting demonstration, a marching band, an interactive camp site and so much more!

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Getting to the event

In keeping with the spirit and theme of Bayou Greenway Day, we ask that you walk, bike or take public transportation to the event. Limited parking will be available at the Oak Forest Masonic Lodge at 4721 Watonga Blvd, Houston, TX 77092.

METRO route #23 (Clay-West 43rd) serves T.C. Jester Park. This route runs on 43rd Street between the Northline Transit Center and Hempstead Highway every 60 minutes on Saturdays. To plan your trip, use METRO's route and trip planning information at www.ridemetro.org, on the METRO T.R.I.P. app., or call METRO at 713-635-4000.

Be a part of Bayou Greenway Day!

There are many ways to get involved. Help us spread the word or become an event sponsor! To become an event sponsor, click here.

Bayou Greenway Day 2015

Thank you for being part of our first-ever Bayou Greenway Day!

More than 2,000 Houstonians walked, biked, ran, strolled, played, picnicked and paddled along Brays Bayou Greenway on April 4, 2015!

Highlights from Bayou Greenway Day 2015

Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Council Member Robert Gallegos, District I, lead the "Kidical Mass" bike ride on Bayou Greenway Day 2015

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