DENVER - The Meet in the Streets event offers free, family-friendly activities on the 16th Street Mall all day Sunday.
Events take place along the length of the 16th Street Mall from Broadway to Wynkoop Street, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Free face painting (near Curtis Street)
Dueling pianos (at Stout Street)
Free photo booth (between Welton Street and Glenarm Place)
Bike decorating station (at Curtis)
Free games like giant chess and checkers by Larimer Street and Ping Pong and Foosball throughout the Mall
Kids can also try their hand at painting a piano (at Stout.)
“Meet in the Street encourages people to get outside, walk, bike, eat and enjoy the 16th Street Mall in a new and different way,” promoters said.
You can also watch a new piece of street art being painted at 16th and Curtis. Artists are using permanent street-grade paint to create a design that is expected to last a year or more. (See photos for a peek of the finished design.)
The free MallRide Shuttles will not be running, allowing pedestrians to walk safely in the shady street.