Meet on Beach
On Sunday, November 17th, 2019, Meet on Beach event-goers participated in a day filled with free fun for the whole family and experienced seven Orange County cities like never before. From the hills of La Habra, down to the ocean at Huntington Beach, the event featured 1.5 miles of open streets, bike and pedestrian-friendly activities, live performances, food, giveaways and much more at seven pop-up sites along or nearby Beach Boulevard.
As part of the economic revitalization efforts of the Renew Beach Boulevard Coalition, this multi-city reimagining celebration sought to transform historic State Route 39 into a more walkable and bikeable active street for a day. The event encourage participants to:
· Move more and eat healthy along the Coyote Creek Bikeway in La Habra
· Walk, bike, skate or scoot along 1.5 miles of car-free streets connecting Knott's Berry Farm's Independence Hall in Buena Park and the West Anaheim Youth Center
· Participate in hands-on workshops at Stanton's Walkable Streets Lab
· Ride the bike skills course with Garden Grove's Police Department
· Bike over to Westminster's Civic Center for active and healthy fun
· Cruise over to Huntington Beach's Party on the Beach
Meet on Beach was presented by Go Human and the Southern California Association of Governments; and produced by Community Arts Resources; in association with the cities of La Habra, Buena Park, Anaheim, Stanton, Garden Grove, Westminster, and Huntington Beach.