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With the end of the summer around the corner, LAUSD school's re-open two weeks from Monday, there's going to be a splash of Open Streets events throughout the state over the next couple of months.

Of course I'm looking forward to the next CicLAvia, but having missed Long Beach's event this spring, I want a chance to explore L.A.'s neighbor to the South. And of course, the postponed Golden Streets - 626 will also be reprogrammed this fall.

With so many events happening throughout the late summer and fall, I thought it would be fun to share open streets promotions from around the state. If you have media promoting an open streets event, please share in the comments section, or tweet @streetsblogcal. I'll get you started, below and above...

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