Plan Now for Open Streets Emory Village-COVID19 Edition

A Socially Distant Neighborhood Event Supporting Emory Village

The 8th Annual Open Streets Emory Village will carry on in 2020 with a socially responsible edition in line with the challenges of the times. Events will be spaced out over a four-day period, some virtual, so friends and neighbors can enjoy the fun without the crowds. There will still be good food, music, and activities, but we encourage individuals and families to explore the village environs safely and at your own speed.

Thursday, October 22nd

Friday, October 23rd

Saturday, October 24th

Sunday, October 25th

*Anyone who signs up with a name and email for any other official Open Streets event may have a duck entered for them in the Peavine Creek Duck race.

Walk Peavine Creek during Open Streets Emory Village

Peavine Creek Tour – Starts at noon on Saturday, Oct. 24, and Sunday Oct. 25. Meet across from 1463 Emory Road.

Walk along beautiful Peavine Creek while a naturalist explains how and why the area is being restored with native plants. Learn about a new, leading-edge “green water quality” planting, recently installed to protect and improve the water quality of Peavine Creek.

Tour lasts 45 minutes. Bring appropriate shoes. Maximum of 8 people. Registration at Eventbrite.com

(Extra bonus: Sign up for this and most other official Open Streets events to be entered automatically in the Peavine Creek Duck race!)

Third Annual Peavine Duck Race Will Virtually Quack You Up!

Looking for more live sports with handsome competitors and celebrity judges? These competitors won’t be kept from activity due to positive Covid-19 tests.

The third annual Peavine Duck Race is a virtual affair that will cap off Open Streets Emory Village-COVID19 edition on Sunday, Oct. 25. Watch as the rubber ducks meander downstream in Emory Village on Southfork Conservancy’s Facebook page.

Get in the action! Sign up at  southforkconservancy.org for a free duck number! Numbers are written on the bottom of the ducks, and the first ducks to cross the finish line downstream will win ducky prizes! Anyone who signs up with a name and email for any other official Open Streets event may have a duck entered for them in the Peavine Creek Duck race.

While you’re at the Southfork Conservancy website, take a look at the incredible work the organization is doing to reclaim Peavine Creek in Emory Village and elsewhere.