"Streets Alive" took over downtown Fargo and MoorheadFargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- Walkers, bikers, runners, and rollerbladers are bringing the streets of Fargo-Moorhead alive.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- Walkers, bikers, runners, and rollerbladers are bringing the streets of Fargo- Moorhead alive. The physical activity festival "Streets Alive" took over three miles of roads between downtown Fargo and Moorhead.
Roads were closed so people could walk, bike, skate, or run, just as long as they didn't use anything with a motor. There were stations set up with activities like Zumba, square dancing, and healthy food exhibits.
Rory Beil, the event director, says, “It means a lot to get our community healthier. We want to have one of the healthiest communities in the nation and so this means something to me professionally because this is work but it also means a lot to my heart because I feel like it can make Fargo Moorhead one of the healthiest places to live."
In case you missed this Streets Alive, another one will be held September 18th.