9am – 12pm between Scott St. and Brinckle Ave.
Interactive Event Map
Dining on Delaware: Walk, bike, or rollerblade to brunch! Open Streets Delaware Ave connects you to Dining on Delaware and tons of outdoor dining options in Trolley Square.
Check out the great restaurants in Trolley Square that will be open during Open Streets:
Pinji’s Cafe – Brew Ha Ha – Gianni’s Pizza – El Diablo Burritos – Cafe Verdi –
Honey Bee Market and Kitchen – Opa! Opa! – Trolley Tap House – Catherine Rooney’s – Kelly’s Logan House – Trolley Square Oyster House – Southeast Kitchen
All Event (9am – 12pm)
Free Bike Repairs w/ Urban Bike Project
Visit the repair stand for help from friendly mechanics with repairs and bicycle tune-ups, free of charge!
Free Bike Rentals w/ Buccinni/Pollin Group
Enjoy a free ride! Rentals are for 30 minutes.
Climb the Tower at Rockford Park
Rockford Tower will be open! Get your steps in (130 of them!) for spectacular views of Wilmington and the Brandywine.
Live Music w/ LADYY
This Powerhouse Melodious Songstress will be performing a mix of Soul, R&B, Funk and Pop to get your day started right. Provided by:
Mobile Coffee Shop w/ Brew Ha Ha
Sip a hot cup of coffee while enjoying the sounds of LADYY performing live in the street.
Play Streets w/ Wilmington Dept of Parks and Rec
Play equipment for kids, including jump ropes, hula hoops, basketball and more.
Tennis w/ Rodney Street Tennis & Tutoring Assoc.
Nets will be set up in the street! Rackets and balls provided.
Fight Hate w/ Gloves & Fine Black Art
Boxing drills with experienced trainers; mindfulness coaching; art projects and coloring books for kids
Produce Giveaways w/ Honey Bee Kitchen
Pick up a free share of locally grown produce!
Rueda and Salsa Dancing w/ Treinta y Tres
Interactive dance demos; all are welcome to learn and dance together!
Voter Registration w/ League of Women Voters and 8th Ward Democratic Committee
Corn Hole w/ the Delaware Air National Guard
Water Games w/ Open Streets Wilmington
Cool off with super soakers!
Street Chess w/ Pawn Pushers
Martial Arts w/ Aikido Delaware Aikikai
Interactive aikido demos and drills; children’s activities
Wilmington Public Library
Children’s activities and free book giveaways!
Save on Energy w/ Help Initiative
Learn about resources and programs that can save you money on your power bill
Learn about classes offered by their Pike Creek studio, and enter to win a free 1 month membership!
Highlands Community Association info table
Kingswood Community Center info table
9am – 9:45am
Yoga in the Streets w/ Petite Yogi
Come on your own, or bring the whole family, for yoga with Courtney from Petite Yogi. Beginners welcome! Class lasts 30-45min
10am – 11am
Yoga in the Streets w/ Flyogi
Mini yoga classes for beginners! Classes offered every 15 minutes
Walk and Bike to Open Streets!
The Open Streets Delaware Ave route creates car-free (or nearly car-free) connections between Rockford Park, Alapocas Run State Park, Brandywine Park, the Northern Delaware Greenway, and Trolley Square. Open Streets Wilmington invites you to explore the neighborhood and build the route into your weekend ride or walk. For more information on the many great attractions accessible by bike or foot from Delaware Ave:
Explore Rockford Park
Explore Alapocas Run State Park
Explore Brandywine Park
Explore the Northern Delaware Greenway Trail
*Please note that the pedestrian bridge connecting Bancroft Mills Road to Alapocas Run State Park is closed due to damage from the flooding. The pedestrian “swinging bridge” in Brandywine Park remains open.
Womxn Bike Wilmington Brunch Ride!
Looking for a social opportunity to experience Open Streets and explore the area by bike? Join Womxn Bike Wilmington for a relaxed 6.5 mile ride. Beginners welcome! Meet at Highlands Elementary School (Gilpin Ave side) at 9am, ride leaves at 9:15am. Stick around for a post-ride outdoor brunch in Trolley Square. For more information CLICK HERE.
There are several free parking lots available in Rockford Park. There is also free and unrestricted on-street parking in the neighborhoods immediately adjacent to Rockford Park. Street parking in the Trolley Square neighborhood is typically time restricted and may be metered.