Meet the creator of PARKing Day and the city’s first parklet this Sunday at Brava

Although a somewhat controversial subject considering the limited parking spaces in the city, pretty much everyone who doesn’t have to worry about finding a parking spot for their vehicle has nice things to say the whole phenomenon of PARKing Day and parklets.  Well, here’s your chance to chat with the guy who started it all:

Join us Sunday, July 21 as Design Cycle welcomes Matthew Passmore, co-founder of Rebar Group, for a tactile and conversational exploration of urban prototyping, an emerging movement that makes city design more innovative, collaborative and immediate.

Come early to experience an urban prototyping parklet with modular furniture, stage, live music and bicycle street food. The Urban-Proto-Parklet party begins at 6pm. Matthew takes the stage at 7pm to help us re-imagine public space.

Design Cycle: Urban Prototyping
Sunday, July 21, 7:00 PM
Brava Theater Center
2781 24th Street

4 Responses to “Meet the creator of PARKing Day and the city’s first parklet this Sunday at Brava”

  1. Buster says:

    $20 for tickets! You gotta be crazy.

  2. generic_ says:

    Do we have proposals to permanently close Valencia to traffic yet?

    Well, let mine be the first.

    • Valencia Street says:

      After you gather support from Valencia St. businesses and residents, bring your “proposal” to the SF Planning Dept. Then you’ll be the first – not by posting on a blog.