Progressive Dinner on the Greenway!

Sunday, September 7th, 4 - 8 p.m.

Join us for our annual Progressive Dinner on the Greenway!

This year's event will feature Korean-inspired treats from The Rabbit Hole, recently named in City Pages as one of 9 local restaurants doing 2014 food trends the right way.

We'll also have amazing treats from The Birchwood Cafe, Gigi's Cafe, Common Roots Cafe, and other local restaurants, plus beer from New Belgium Brewing.

4 p.m. - 5:30:  Appetizers in Uptown @ Elan Uptown Apartments, featuring food from Common Roots Cafe

5:45 - 6:45:  Main Course in Midtown @ The Rabbit Hole in the Midtown Global Market

7:00 - 8:00:  Sweets in Seward, featuring treats from the Birchwood, Gigi's Cafe, and more!  Plus live music, ping-pong, and bike s'mores!

Last year's dinner sold out, so be sure to SIGN UP soon!


About the Coalition

We're the nonprofit organization that worked to get the Greenway built.  

Not too many years ago, it was a trash-filled trench that was a disgrace to our city.  Now, it contains a world-class biking and walking trail that's the envy of cities across the nation.  In fact, the Midtown Greenway trail was recently named the best urban bike trail in the USA!

Our work didn't end after the Greenway was built.  Now, we work to protect and enhance it.

Recently, we fought to keep high-voltage overhead power lines out of the Greenway – and we won!   

We operate a nightly Trail Watch bike patrol; work to create safer street crossings; and operate programs that help keep the Greenway clean and green.

We raise all of our own funds and receive no operational funding from the government.

We're a coalition of neighborhoods, organizations, and individuals who love the Midtown Greenway and want to protect and enhance it.

Love the Greenway too?

Join us! 


Recent News & DevelopmentsALL NEWS

Midtown Greenway Named Best Urban Bike Trail in the Nation

Midtown Greenway named best bike trail in the USA. MORE


Midtown Greenway Featured in Rails to Trails Magazine

We are pleased to announce that the latest Rails to Trails Magazine features the Midtown Greenway as the cover story! MORE


And the Verdict is...

After a long deliberation, the Public Utilities Commission voted to bury the power lines under 28th Street. We're very excited about this decision! MORE

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