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Mountain View hosts weekly summer pop-ups at neighborhood parks

Wednesday events feature lawn games, music and free popsicles through July

The city of Mountain View is hosting an afternoon of summertime fun every Wednesday in July with its series of Summer Park Pop-ups. Staff from the city's recreation department is bringing some of summer's greatest hits — lawn games, music, bubbles and free popsicles — to a different neighborhood park each week.

The pop-ups kicked off July 7 at Cuesta Park, with the remaining events taking place July 14 at Whisman Park; July 21 at Sylvan Park and July 28 at Rengstorff Park. Each pop-up takes place from 4 to 6 p.m.

For questions about the events, contact [email protected]

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Mountain View hosts weekly summer pop-ups at neighborhood parks

Wednesday events feature lawn games, music and free popsicles through July

by / Mountain View Voice

Uploaded: Tue, Jul 13, 2021, 11:24 am

The city of Mountain View is hosting an afternoon of summertime fun every Wednesday in July with its series of Summer Park Pop-ups. Staff from the city's recreation department is bringing some of summer's greatest hits — lawn games, music, bubbles and free popsicles — to a different neighborhood park each week.

The pop-ups kicked off July 7 at Cuesta Park, with the remaining events taking place July 14 at Whisman Park; July 21 at Sylvan Park and July 28 at Rengstorff Park. Each pop-up takes place from 4 to 6 p.m.

For questions about the events, contact [email protected]

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Steven Nelson
Registered user
Cuesta Park
on Jul 19, 2021 at 2:07 pm
Steven Nelson, Cuesta Park
Registered user
on Jul 19, 2021 at 2:07 pm

ah? Local News: Better Never Late?

Posted July 13, first event at Cuseta Park (one block from me) "The pop-ups kicked off July 7 at Cuesta Park". [ past tense :[. "taking place July 14 at Whisman Park" future tense? (or was this also posted earlier than July 14th ?)


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