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Open Streets turns downtown Lawton into park

This Oct. 2, 2015, photo shows some of the Open Streets fun. (Source KSWO) This Oct. 2, 2015, photo shows some of the Open Streets fun. (Source KSWO)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –The third Open Streets Lawton-Fort Sill will kick off at noon Saturday.

Starting noon Saturday, April 23, and running until 6 p.m., Southwest ‘C’ Avenue between 2nd Street and 5th Street will become a giant family-friendly park.

Open Streets is a national initiative with more than 90 locations across the country. Open Street Lawton-Fort Sill says more than 3,500 people showed up during the first event on June 6, 2015.

The community is invited to stop by and visit the four zones: active, play and chill. Each zone has different family activities that correspond to the zone. Within the zones, there will be sales, raffles, obstacle courses, food trucks and much more.

Click here for more information about Open Streets.

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